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  • Herdfan
    May 6, 03:10 PM
    I am going to be picking up my new 27" iMac at the store tomorrow. For the past 4 years I have been using a 24" Dell at 1920x1200. Since the 27" iMac is 2560x1140, do most people run it at native or something lower?

    I am looking forward to the increased screen size so I can have more rows/columns viewable, but not sure I want them any smaller.

    I sit about 24-30" away from the screen.

    How would the 27" look at something lower?


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  • edesignuk
    Dec 29, 03:50 PM
    They live off of the donations themselves. It may be called Administative costs or something else but they take a cut for themselves. I think 15% is about average.
    Of course, but these are true operational costs. Not the same thing as taking a cut for doing nothing other than being a middle man.


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  • ShiftClick
    Apr 11, 09:20 PM
    One thing to be leery of is, yes keep your original ram and if you bring it in for Applecare, make sure to put the original ram back in laptop.

    What often happens is the person servicing your laptop will restore it to original specs. So if you machine is a 4GB machine, they might take out your 8GB trash it and put in their 4GB so it matches the computer build. I've read many stories on these forums of people losing their expensive harddrive or ram and got back stock items.


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  • York-Diuck
    Dec 11, 04:55 PM
    well at least you figured it out...I would've gone nuts troubleshooting that issue


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  • anng12
    Mar 11, 05:50 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8B117 Safari/6531.22.7)

    Line status please!


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  • systole
    Mar 28, 02:05 AM
    I still remember the day I got to bring one home for alerting the IT staff at my school to a security vulnerability on their only PC, allowing students to access faculty folders. Read up on basic programming. for instance:

    20 GOTO 10

    I belive it's ctrl-c or :apple:-c to get it to stop.

    As for games, try finding load runner or the original mario brothers. I still play load runner on the IIGS I keep around for gits and shiggles. Long live Mac OS 1.0. Fits on a single 3.5" floppy.


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  • rainman::|:|
    Jul 3, 11:43 PM
    have you installed any hacks? especially dock hacks? beta software?



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  • laurawallace799
    Jul 18, 11:18 PM
    actually, if there were some layers (i.e. mixing some of the existing tracks) to get some more depth, it could be quite nice.

    good idea. maybe ill pull them into Garage Band like everyone did with the Howard Dean Scream. (http://www.methodshop.com/fun/politics/dean/index.stm) ;)

    i put 3 of those dot matrix songs on my ipod. after 3 secs i skip them. they just needs more.


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  • appleguy123
    Oct 3, 08:28 PM
    Does anyone have a picture of a splayd?


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  • BrettJDeriso
    Mar 11, 12:25 PM
    I walked in to the Spectrum Center BestBuy (accross the street from RTC) at noon. They have an area set aside for a line, but there was no one in it at that time. I also asked the clerk if they would be checking demand in the line and advising customers if there was a shortage, and he said "no".

    So if you're not willing to take chances guessing whether they will have adequate stock (and I'm not), you're better off taking your chances with the Apple stores.

    At least Tysons is indoors :P


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  • hdsalinas
    Sep 28, 05:01 PM
    I'm getting a little anxious for iWork '07. Hopefully we'll finally get a spreadsheet program.

    Yes and how about a name for it: "iCheat"


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  • illitrate23
    Jun 19, 04:06 AM
    lol - i thought that might be the case, not nearly as interesting as if there'd been a fight though :)

    wasn't many people there really - once they let everyone in, i think everyone who was queuing all fit inside the shop.
    not sure how it went for contract people, but i got my PAYG one really quickly. left with the phone activated and in my pocket before 08:40 i recon

    quite a few cameras and photographers though.


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  • Lord Blackadder
    Apr 30, 05:07 PM
    I have stuck with Tiger in my G4s, so I can't speak to Leopard's performance.

    You should install the maximum possible amount of RAM before doing anything else, but a HDD upgrade will definitely improve performance as well and should make the machine perfectly suitable for general internet browsing and basic image editing/light gaming work and so forth.

    Bear in mind that these machines are only going to get older, and G4s can never handle HD video, so while they are perfectly servicable you will want to limit the amount of money you put into upgrades.


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  • farmerdoug
    Mar 29, 04:20 PM
    You have a loop. The "system" command is executed each time in the loop. So when you enter "Q" to exit the loop, all the commands are executed again. That's what the printf should have shown you.

    So what happens when you execute the second system () call? I don't expect it to work. I expect it to overwrite the output of the first system () command.

    I fixed how I exit the loop but overwriting was never a problem. The code that uses the file was not incorporated yet.

    Here, if you're interested is the latest (and still growing version). Thanks for your help.

    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>
    #include <string.h>

    int main (int argc, const char * argv[]) {
    // http://simbad.u-strasbg.fr/simbad/sim-basic?Ident=vega&submit=SIMBAD+search
    char *star, *path, *simbad;

    FILE *file;

    star = (char *)calloc(30, sizeof(char));
    path = (char *)calloc(250, sizeof(char));
    simbad = (char *)calloc(250, sizeof(char));


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  • Erniecranks
    Apr 13, 01:43 PM
    Here is my code:

    > fp1c<-read.csv ('/Users/richardlerner/Desktop/feralpm1combo.csv', header=T)
    > attach(fp1c)

    And here is what got printed out:

    The following object(s) are masked from 'package:datasets':


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  • Doctor Q
    Feb 9, 05:22 PM
    If one of those new supercomputers had a few minutes to spare it could solve all possible protein folding configurations, cure all neurodegenerative diseases, and still have time for a game of Jeopardy!.


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  • SFStateStudent
    Jun 23, 11:06 PM
    I might do a drive by to support you all. I got (1) iPhone 4 via FEDEX this morning at 8:45am...:cool:


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  • Mr. Anderson
    Jul 22, 08:04 PM
    wow, that's totall nuts - who'd a thought, non-expo overload.

    yep, get more memory at least for the server, if the site gets this popular, you're going to need to upgrade.

    maybe a little mention that the site needs a new server thread - donations accepted - i'd give $10.....

    and now that the forums are only available to members, you're only going to increase membership - remember we got more than 1500 because of the lockdown on MWNY last week.

    the site got 600+ members since the server fart alone - macrumors is off and running....

    way to go arn!:D



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  • notjustjay
    Apr 18, 12:17 AM
    Call me old fashioned, but there's something about paper that I still prefer over eBooks in many situations. One advantage is you can glance at large portions of the document at the same time (by flipping around and skimming) and you can even separate a printed document and compare things side by side if needed. You can also highlight, underline, and take notes on the page.

    I find myself using both on a day to day basis (well, not eBooks per se, but PDF versions of documents). I'll print out a software design document, for example, which describes in detail the stuff I'm programming or working on, for the reasons I mentioned above -- it's very handy to be able to circle something or jot down notes. On the other hand, there are a few reference documents I use on a regular basis and I like to pull up the PDF and search for specific terms.

    May 4, 07:19 PM
    Oh okay I'm nowhere near that.

    Thank you!!

    May 1, 09:19 PM
    Yep--the white 5.5G lives in the SoundDock, the black 5G did live in the car but will be gotten rid of in favor of the new 7G classic, the mini I just love--my first iPod was a silver mini that I had for three years but then lost, then feeling nostalgic I found this one NIB on ebay last year so I had to pick it up. The 7G Classic in the case is my normal everyday iPod, as are the three nanos. So I'm a little overboard on my everyday iPods, as I certainly don't need four, but the nanos are prime and the classic is just the best...I just couldn't decide on a nano color.:o

    El Cabong
    Mar 10, 11:57 AM
    It'll hopefully be announced before/during PMA (now Cliq) in the fall. Of course, they could announce D400/D4 instead. The D5100 is set to be the next camera announcement, though, so I wouldn't expect anything besides that (and maybe their mirrorless solution) before summer.

    Anonymous Freak
    Jan 17, 09:49 PM
    Not terribly much, unfortunately. It's a middling system, not particularly impressive in any spec, with a built-in power-hog CRT. The monitor-less Quadra 605 is a heck of a collectors item; but this is just a monstrosity.

    It's not a horrible machine for the time, nor even particularly bad now; it's just fairly common as well as large.

    I'd estimate it would be worth, at most, $50. Maybe at some point ridiculously far in the future, if you keep it in absolute pristine condition, fully functional (means replacing capacitors at some point,) it might be worth a lot; but we're talking a long ways off, when CRTs are seen as curious antiques, and 68k Macs are as rare as hens' teeth.

    Apr 26, 11:22 PM
    Two notes for you:

    1) Why have you not told us what your device is? At least the class of device? This could at least get us to the point of knowing if we should expect the OS to have a generic HID divice driver for this class of device. If there is no generic class driver, then: yes, absolutely you will need to create a device driver (and no, it is not going to be easy).

    Unless you ask good questions, you should expect nothing but bad answers.

    2) This is not the sort of forum where you should expect to find people who can write drivers. This is a user-level forum. If you need help writing device drivers, then your best bet (short of paying someone who knows how to write device drivers on the Mac) is going to be on Apple's Darwin-drivers list (http://lists.apple.com/mailman/listinfo/darwin-drivers).

    Your speaking make sense to me. Actually I don't know how to ask question properly to resolve my issue because I'm new to communicate with usb device.

    The following is the info capturing through USB Probe:
    Device Descriptor:

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