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  • r6girl
    Sep 26, 12:11 PM
    the shuffle can work as a usb thumb drive on mac and windows systems. in itunes, you need to designate how much space will be allocated for music, and how much for memory usage as a thumb drive (i.e., enable disk mode). i have a 1gb shuffle, and split it evenly to have 512mb for music and 512 for data. a windows machine may or may not need additional drivers to recognize the shuffle as a thumb drive, but other than that, you shouldn't encounter any issues. you can transfer any type of data you want - the only issue willl be whether or not the windows machine can open the mac documents. if the pages document is saved as a ".doc" item, the windows machine should have no problem. just make sure that the pc has the right software to open the mac document you want to transfer.

    here's some info straight from the apple support site:

    Can I transfer data to iPod shuffle from multiple computers when in disk mode?
    Yes. If you put iPod shuffle in disk mode, you can transfer data from multiple computers from the Finder (Mac) or Explorer (Windows). You can only load music from one computer, using iTunes.

    Can I use iPod shuffle with both a Macintosh and a Windows computer?
    Yes. When you place iPod shuffle in disk mode, you can use it to transfer data between multiple computers, running either operating system.

    go here for more info:

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  • Vizin
    Nov 14, 01:49 PM
    I believe you mean: to shut, not shutter? :D

    Actually, the word shutter is sometimes used to mean "to shut down" - definition #7

    I first experienced this last year. It's really annoying not being able to access sales reports or edit prices during that period. It's all automated. It seems pretty unprofessional to me. Just have a skeleton crew on call in case of failure.

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  • ahunter3
    Dec 9, 05:16 PM
    who still uses OS9 and for what??:confused:

    � I will be booting into it this weekend to import records from a 17-file FileMaker 6 solution into intermediate files (which have both the old and the new table structure) and then into the final structure. The speed boost over OS X is somewhere between threefold and fourfold for the involved functions.

    � I boot into 9 to scan. I have two scanners, both decently good, neither with OS X drivers available. The Umax Astra slide scanner was noted as having very good color values for the price, and the price was low due in part to lack of OS X drivers. The old flatbed, a Umax 630, is a 3-pass SCSI scanner that will probably still be humming along nicely when MacOS 10.9 is becoming obsolete.

    � I have my older computer off to my left here as I type on this one. I Timbuktu into the older one to handle a chore that it does better (under MacOS 8.6, mind you, not even 9) than OS X does on the fastest machines in the shop: opening up folders on a mounted server folder that are chock-full of huge TIFF and Photoshop images, and copying selected files to a folder from a different mounted server volume also chock-full of huge TIFF and Photoshop images. OS X thinks its doing me a favor by trying to conjure up and display a thumbnail of each image based on actual file content. OS 9 doesn't do that (only displays the little classic-mac custom icons generated by Photoshop, if present), enabling an eleven-year-old PowerMac 7100 with a 300 MHz G3 accelerator and 10-base-T networking to do this task as well as dual-G5 Macs with gigabit ethernet...and blow my OS X PowerBook completely out of the water.

    Don't knock OS 9. It certainly had its shortcomings (especially with regards to memory, oy vey) but it also had a great deal of sophistication �€�? lots of little things that had started off great or evolved to greatness. It was the best all-around small computer operating system of the 20th Century. I'd still use it over XP, or the first few iterations of OS X.

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  • roadbloc
    Dec 28, 06:15 AM
    Being able to create an account to use the client? Otherwise you need to pay for a premium subscription.

    I cant seem to remeber having an invite :confused: i just downloaded it and created an account.... i swear... :confused:

    They must have changed it since I joined.

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  • bedifferent
    May 2, 11:39 AM
    Didn't work for me. I also see this on two different 10.7 installs. Using the keyboard shortcuts or the menu bar to arrange by still works just no right click.
    See screenshot for list of keyboard shortcuts.

    Would moving the Finder preference file to your Desktop and starting help? If it's a Finder issue perhaps forcing Finder defaults may help?

    Quick question, how did you install Lion? I'm asking as some people installed it over Snow Leopard and are running into issues. You can install it fresh by burning the dmg in Lion(DP1 or 2, doesn't matter but DP2 will be best)/Contents/SharedSupport/InstallESD.dmg to DVD or USB:

    Creating a bootable OS X 10.7 Lion disc (Update: �and USB stick) (

    I booted up with a fresh SSD and installed fresh, and it fixed a lot of issues (such as not being able to delete any app's in Launchpad and some app's that were not working in DP2 update 2 work well).

    Hope this helps! I'm gonna post a thread with this info as well in case others want to know. :)

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  • TheBigKing
    May 2, 01:10 PM
    just go to finder and applications and move to the trash ?

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  • kepner
    Sep 8, 09:15 PM
     How compatible is this thing with the web?:confused:

    Should display fine on all Macs and iOS devices.

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  • kdoug
    May 2, 03:23 PM
    Hi all,

    I have a mid-2009 15� MBP. Last year I upgraded my 500GB HDD with a 160GB SSD. Overall I love the results and believe it�s one of the best hardware upgrades I have made in recent years.

    However, 160GB quickly becomes difficult to work with (especially with multiple VMs) so I am keen to look for another internal storage solution.

    This is where OptiBay comes in. Allowing me to remove my optical drive (which I never use) and add an additional HDD.

    I am keen to understand if anyone has any experience with OptiBay? Any issues or things I should know about?

    My other problem is which one to buy? There are loads on eBay, but I worry about quality. So I have narrowed my search to:

    MCE OptiBay ( for $99 or iFixit OptiBay ( for $59.95?

    Any thoughts? I consider iFixit to be a reparable company and it�s cheaper, but I don't want to drop quality.

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks in advance.
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    Another option;

    Lots of choices.......

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  • Jetson
    Jan 3, 02:37 PM
    I haven't have any problems burning AAC to CD.

    Here is a link to a discussion of AAC issues. Hopefully your answer is there (if you've not already seen this website).

    Good luck. (http://)

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  • Mac2006
    Sep 17, 07:29 PM
    Is the price difference between the dual 1ghz and the 1.25ghz worth $500, why or why not?

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  • DeusInvictus7
    May 6, 09:25 AM
    Caviar Black here in my i7 27".

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  • b-rad g
    Mar 5, 04:31 PM
    Been in the process of ripping and encoding my DVD collection to the Mini for about a month now. Have been using Handbrake only to do the entire process so far, and usually can only get about 3 a day after work.

    Today decided to try Rip It to pre-rip a bunch and the queue them up in Handbrake so I can leave it running. The Rip It part has gone really well as I ripped 15 DVD's in a row in a matter of hours.

    But now have started the encoding part, and Handbrake is crawling!:(

    When I was using Handbrake for the entire process I was averaging around 30 fps. But now I have all rips queued up and the first is doing around 10 fps! What's the deal? I figured it would be faster encoding from HD instead of DVD.

    Also tried to encode Hunt for Red October and it says "Suspected RCE Region 1". Is there any way to remove the region from ripped file?

    Hopefully someone has been through this before and can help me out.

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  • cocky jeremy
    Oct 28, 08:24 PM
    My girlfriend saw this and made me one yesterday.. :)

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  • Dreadnought
    Nov 12, 09:54 AM
    So is anyone else using the beta besides me?So, where did you get the Beta from? I looked at the download/beta section of Stanford, but didn't see it.

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  • r.j.s
    May 4, 02:35 PM
    i am visiting apps that i bought via itunes and there is no any info there that i bought or not. So, if i format or change my mac then can i restore with that backed up folder?

    There isn't really an indication on the iPhone or iTunes App Store, but if you click Buy, it will tell you that you already paid for this app and starts to download for free.

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  • chrono1081
    Apr 17, 10:48 PM
    For my programming books I use ebooks for being able to search, and access them from my various machines. Its also easier to have them on my screen beside where I am coding.

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  • obeygiant
    Aug 8, 07:35 PM

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  • KarlJay
    May 4, 10:30 PM
    Good point Dejo, here's the books:

    Wrox: professional iphone and ipot touch programming, building apps for mobile safari

    Obj C for Dummies

    O'Reilly: Tapworthy

    Payload Media: iOS4 essentials

    O'Reilly: learning iPhone Programming

    O'Reilly: iPhone App Dev, the missing manual

    Addision Wesley: Programming in Obj C 2.0

    Wiley: Obj C develop reference

    Head First: iphone Development

    As far as Amazon displaying more, several only show the 1st chapter, really after you have a few books it becomes more difficult to find a book that has something new in it that hasn't been covered by the other books.
    I have no problem buying another book, I just don't want to buy a book that covers what I already have covered in other books.

    I used to be able to browse the whole book and determine if it was going to be helpful before purchase, this doesn't seem to be the case with online books.

    Books aren't expensive, but I don't want to have a bunch of books that mostly cover the same thing. Even in the past it was hard to find a good book that covered things in great detail so that you could really exploit things.

    Looks like Amazon has one such book coming out about CoreAudio, I'm looking forward to that one :)

    Thanks for the tip on UICatalog, I'll check it out.

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  • flopticalcube
    Apr 19, 03:36 PM
    Quality would be ok for decent frame rates. The higher the res, the lower the frame rates and the 27" iMac has a very high res. My son runs battlefield on his 2007 iMac, just barely. New ones should be much better.

    Jun 5, 01:55 AM
    psst... change your title. some ppl may get confused and think it's the *new* new iPhone.

    Jul 11, 10:09 PM
    Originally posted by simX
    Keychain Access actually requires the full password.

    Weird... I accessed my Keychain with the truncated password when I was prompted by OS X as a result of changing my password.

    Sep 17, 08:25 PM
    BART is great! yes, strange/bizarre/disgusting things can happen, as discussed in the thread tech4all referred to, but i've found it to be reliable and safe (as long as you use common sense, as already pointed out). i used to use BART to commute every day to and from work, but my current job is not anywhere near a BART line so i really only use BART nowadays when i'm going into the city.

    so, yes, don't bother renting a car and just use BART. enjoy your trip to the bay area! are you going to try to make it to the apple headquarters in cupertino? BART doesn't go that far south, so you'll need to find some connecting public transportation systems to get there...

    Yes I plan/hope to go to Apple HQ. I plan to get a car for part of the trip but I can either go back to the airport or pick one up at the hotel. I travel to the bay area frequently for work. This is our second vacation to the area. We are mainly going to to San Fran to go to Chinatown and the Japanese Gardens. Then we are going down Pacific Coast Highway to Monterey. The wife is in a photography class so she hopes to get some nice pictures.


    Blue Velvet
    Dec 20, 08:54 AM
    First of all, since you've said that you're not a designer and that it's going to be silkscreened, have you talked to your screen printer about setting the artwork up properly? It should be a two colour job to keep costs down and should be done in either InDesign/Quark or Illustrator in spot colours. An RGB or CMYK large format bubblejet may prove more costly at that quantity at a lower quality.

    The first thing I look at is type and the biggest problem you have here is the tiny size of the web address. It's simply not legible or clear at that size. Apart from that I'm not sure where to start as there's a lot going on in there. My impulse would be to simplify it, the little touches like the leaves and the mains plug, add to a sense of disorganisation. Personally, I'd start with a solid green and leave off the white swash at the bottom unless that's a critical part of the branding. Then, I'd try to stick to just one typeface; you've got some Futura and some Impact or some other black condensed sans in there... I'd stick to one typeface, one symbol of electronic waste, one leaf. Keep it simple.

    There's an awkward empty space top right which makes it feel unbalanced. The arrow also looks like an afterthought, squeezed in into the lower right hand corner. My main feeling is that you've overworked it and it's become a bit of a clutter. If you make some changes, I'll be happy to provide more feedback.

    Jan 17, 09:03 PM
    the meeting is 7 to 10c?
    so it just started?

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