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You think? Wonder why the touch wasn't included in last year's back to school promo?
Were you actually surprised? Oh, I know, you just forgot the smileys.
The most sensible change would be to put a 3.5" drive in the mini. Whenever this idea is repeated, the first thing that comes to my mind is the image of Jobs introducing the mini. The look on his face says "Can you believe this is the whole computer?" Jobs + mini A computer the width and depth of a TC would have been just as well received by everyone-- except Jobs.
How about distributing a browser that can't be uninstalled?
Yep, what a difference ANOTHER update makes! When I first posted, none of the user reported discovering the firmware update. I've got something to try now.
Users who've already installed say that this update does nothing for Time Machine over AEBS + attached drive. From what I've read, solipsism is right. Don't get your hopes up until you see an AEBS firmware update (and probably not even then).I'd settle for a resolution to AEBS disks disappearing on computer sleep + wake. (Not in this update either, according to a few reports.)
Just another point of reference, my library has two 7.6.1 rips, one was ok, the other was 3 seconds shorter than the CD. The missing time was originally silent anyway, maybe that's normal? (iMac Intel, Apple Lossless rip)
I should have specified, this will identify the rips that might have the 6 second problem, not the specific tracks.Not sure what rule would get you the last tracks from varying length albums, and I wanted to limit the results to 1 track / album so I could quickly scan the "Encoded with" info. (My assumption is that all tracks on an album would be ripped with the same software/version.)
The support forums probably have the following tip (but no link from AI). It's pretty simple to make a smart playlist that will identify potentially bad rips. 1. "Date Added" "is after" "2/20/2008" 2. "Track Number" "is" "1"Get info on the first track, see if 7.6.1 was used to encode it. Command + N through the playlist.This will identify each CD that might have the 6 second problem; then listen to the last track to verify good/bad rip.Sucks if you ripped a lot in those 3...
The best they can muster are more "current" - "currently" statements? If you haven't seen this picture of the HD DVD booth (snapped by engadget), that says more to me than the combined marketing and spokesperson quotes from the "current" HD DVD companies.
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