Thursday, June 2, 2011

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  • Hammie
    Feb 17, 01:33 PM
    Another option if you do not want to go with a USB player or worry about Audio out from a receiver or AV Processor is the NAD PP3i ($199). There are a few others out there, but they are creeping into the $500+ price range. I am looking at this unit for myself so I can plug my turntable into it, use a USB cable to connect to my Mac Mini and rip the albums with the NAD software ($25 extra). It helps with tagging the songs, removing clicks and pops, and exports to various audio files including ALAC, which is what I use.

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  • Cabbit
    Mar 12, 01:37 PM

    Above is a demo of the page i am having problem with, what i want to do is make the search area go all the way to the bottom of the page and grow to always be as such.

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  • AppleMatt
    Dec 14, 01:03 PM


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  • arn
    Oct 31, 02:52 AM
    Hmm... sorting Jetson's seems to work for me.

    Is it still not working for you?



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  • celticpride678
    Apr 3, 12:35 AM
    The screenshots are a known issue. Use the developer build of Chrome in DP2.

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  • SuperJudge
    Apr 2, 10:20 PM
    IIRC, the Quadro is the same as the 7800, but with a port for a stereo-3D headset.

    I've got a 6600 in my PowerMac G5 and it's certainly whisper quiet since it doesn't have a fan. I'm considering an upgrade to an ATI X1900, though. I've got an X1900XT in my Mac Pro at work and I'm more than modestly pleased with it, but the 6600 is more than adequate for what I need at home.


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  • cube
    May 4, 11:48 AM
    OK, I can power an FW400 drive from FW800. I think it was my FW400 repeater hub that couldn't be powered.

    I imagine an FW800 drive can be powered from FW400, too.

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  • shyam09
    May 5, 12:36 AM
    in december i managed to buy a booq taipan [i believe that's what it was called] and although it isn't the vyper i am def. pleased with the quality and durability. [its a sleeve btw]... i have to say booq products are no.1, very well made, and well worth the money. Booq Vyper to the MAXX!!!


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  • chrismacguy
    Apr 30, 04:20 AM
    Honestly you'd be better off buying an intel mac mini, even the oldest intel one you could find would be better than the Powermac.

    If you don't want to do that though, choose the Powermac. These things last forever so you won't need to replace the computer for a long time.

    Only if it was an Intel Core 2 Duo based Mac Mini, since it looks like the Intel Core Duo Minis are being left behind with Lion, and they only just about equal most G5s anyway. Personally Id go with either a Core 2 Duo Mini, or a PowerMac G5 Air-Cooled <2.5Ghz I believe... since IIRC the 2.3s pretended to be but werent liquid cooled. Dual PowerPC G5s at 2.0/2.3 Ghz will still have some number crunching power for a while yet.

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  • jeremy.king
    Nov 9, 03:49 PM
    No love for SMF (


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  • Rower_CPU
    Feb 15, 01:48 PM
    Originally posted by mischief
    � Mischief gunny-sacks Rower and makes with the molten-taffy-shoes/sleep with the fishes/dunking-booth-off-the-pier play.�

    He's lying... heheh.... it... er.... Demigod Volleyball Player Group... uh... yeah.... heh..... that's it...;)

    "Ha!" he said vehemently as he eats his way out fo the taffy shoes.

    "It'll take more than your culinary conniving to stop me, winking jester."

    "Whether the acronym actually stands for Demi-God Vixen Porn Group or Demi-God Video Production Gang, they'll never know, thanks to nefarious ne'er-do-wells like yourself!"

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  • iMJustAGuy
    Feb 26, 10:52 AM
    Somehow, someway. It would take this site to a whole new level. One thing I don't like (in any forum) is having to scroll through a thread to see if someone replied to my post or search my username to do so. I wonder how difficult it would be to implement something like this.


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  • kinson7
    Apr 28, 10:14 PM

    Thanks for the suggestion, it's very useful. I've already done that for my dad, and it works when he saves contacts through the contacts app.

    The main issue is that Apple has made it (rightfully so) very intuitive to save a contact from the dialer or recent-calls menu. all you have to do is click the right-arrow and you'll be able to "add to contacts", which dumps it into the iphone-contacts folder, instead of exchange, regardless of the default contact view in the contacts app.

    I myself don't add contacts through the contacts app, as I normally key in the number in the dialer then hit the "+" button to create a contact :/

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  • SevenInchScrew
    May 25, 09:33 PM
    Okay, so on a side note, does anyone know if there is going to be another Elder scrolls game on 360 any time soon?
    Back in Bethesda were predicting ES5 in late 2010. But, that was before Fallout 3 came out, and turned into a pretty big hit. My guess is the new ES game was put on hold while they worked on the DLC for FO3, and now Fallout: New Vegas, which comes out later this year. But, if I were to guess, I don't see why a new ES game couldn't be on their radar for next year. Nothing official, obviously, but it is a very big, very popular franchise, so a new game in the next couple years is pretty much a given.


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  • ghall
    Jun 17, 10:30 PM
    Well, I wouldn't say it is brutal to the point of being unplayable. The point of the game is to collect these things called "Spectra" in each level. You do this by getting your character to climb higher and explore more of the levels. But you have a limited time to do this. That is where the difficulty comes in. The mechanic of the game is very easy to grasp and pretty easy to master. It is the time limit that gives me the most problems.

    It is a very fun game though. I didn't mean to give the wrong impression. The game, as with all of the PixelJunk games, is very fun and has a very unique graphical look and great soundtrack. Easily worth a purchase from the PSN.

    Just played around with the demo. It seems fun, I might actually get it. I'm going to sleep on it first though. I tend to make decisions I regret when it's late at night. :p

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  • sleepykidd
    Apr 23, 07:35 AM
    Maybe the disk image you created is corrupt?

    It could be as simple as that? There isn't anything that stands out as a concrete reason why it wouldn't work?

    Should I try upgrading to leopard first and then Snow Leopard? I don't have the "upgrade disc" I have the full install one that came with my other Mac.


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  • SmokeyRobinson
    Mar 3, 10:21 PM
    I typed "crappy mac" into Bing and Apple's store was a sponsored result. :apple:

    I clicked it so Apple could pay Microsoft for the click.

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  • iliketherumors
    Apr 21, 07:40 PM
    Here's the situation...
    Going to a party. The room has power, but the house does not have internet (believe it or not...), and the area doesn't really get strong cell/data signals.

    Are there any speakers that I can simply plug into a power outlet (or use batteries) and then can talk to my iPhone (or MacBook) wirelessly/bluetooth, and the sound can fill a room maybe 45ft x 60ft (doesn't have to be super loud like a concert, more like background music). I would like there to be 2 (or more) speakers in the room so everyone can hear clearly. Portable speakers with an iPhone dock (like a Base SoundDock or or Logitech S715) I don't think will cut it - I don't want to have to have it cranked up by some people just to folks on the other side of the room can hear ok.

    Fine if I have to get something to plug into the iPhone/laptop, or some main "controller" unit that I have to plug into them that then talks to the speakers. Basically I'm envisioning something like a Sonos S5 that doesn't require an internet connection (which it seems to from all the material I have read). I'm flexible on dollars - just can't have any cords running across the room. Or like a Jawbone JAMBOX, but have the ability to set up 2+ speakers at the same time (doesn't have to be stereo, which I'm not sure would even be possible anyways).

    Thanks so much everyone!! :apple:

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  • nec207
    Apr 17, 02:10 AM
    Most applications will have a log which will record errors and other information. It would be worth clearing out to see if you can gain some space :)

    Where is the log located and how big can the logs get over time for a computer 5 years old.

    May 3, 08:59 AM
    Your MBP does not have the SATA III connection required to get the max performance out of the M4. Your MBP has only a SATA II connection, so even though the M4 would work it will not give you peak speeds shown in benchmark tests.

    Look at the test at the top of this page ( that shows overall system performance. Note the M4 at a SATA II connection and the Intel 320 are about the same speed.

    With the same performance and better price and reliability of the Intel, I hink Intel is your best choice.

    Apr 23, 08:01 AM
    Yes, I did the same for my flatmate's 1st gen MacBook whose drive is also bust.

    I'm not sure if this can be done without any problems.

    Ok so here is plan B in effect:

    Got the retail disc on the way, going to erase my flash drive and put the retail image on that drive. Once I boot from it I'll erase the 1,1's HDD and do a clean install.

    Hopefully that works.

    I want to thank everyone for their input so far it's been very helpful.

    Jul 19, 05:26 PM
    macnut isn't gonna like this.;)

    Nov 26, 06:58 PM
    Try using passive mode. Issue "pasv" or "passive" in the command-line or find this option in your GUI clients.

    Oct 17, 09:01 AM
    Eh, if nobody likes it at least we had fun trying to tape it like 50 times.

    I'll be posting bloopers that happened during recording probably tomorrow seeing as we have another snow day in 60�*weather :D.

    I promised the bloopers and I just imported em all off the camera, it took us 15 times according to the clips in iMovie to get it right.

    Here they are:
    Larry and Skok's Bloopers (

    Link is live.

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