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Posts by elroth

What in the world are you trying to say? You make no sense.
Then why bother to read the story and write two posts complaining about it? Skip over it - many of us WANT to read such stories. Quit annoying us with your repetitive, whiny posts.
I'm still using iMovie HD on an older computer with Snow Leopard, because the newer iMovie still cannot handle my iMovie HD projects. I would have to start over totally from the beginning, and would not be able to set up chapters for DVDs like I want to (along with many other functions still lacking from the new iMovie). So yes, they added several missing functions back to the new iMovie, but not nearly enough to replace iMovie HD. And it's been more than 3 years. There...
Here we go again, from people who can't stand it when anything Apple does is questioned. Over and over again their message is "It doesn't matter that the new software can't do half the things the old software did, just shut up and be happy." It didn't matter when the new iMovie took away frame-by-frame editing, the ability to burn DVDs, the ability to add chapter markers, audio editing, compatiblility with earlier iMovie projects, etc. Just shut up and be happy (some of...
Funny you should label this as an "Exclusive" story, instead of an Advertisement, which is what it is. Actually, it's not very funny.
I know one thing he would do without his Note3 - he would keep using his iPhone, just as he does now.
 This just in... Fox reporters demand coverage for eye doctors be added to their health care plan.
 That's a very ignorant comment. Do you know what the original patent is actually for? I highly doubt it was for a capacitive surface click wheel, that combines scrolling and clicking the way Apple's does, one that scrolls different functions (scrolls down a list, increases/decreases volume, or scrubs forward/backward through a music track) depending on the context of what's on screen. Most of the time these non-productive patents are for overly-general things like "a dial...
 But the gold ones will never sell. Isn't that what those "experts" told us?
Remember those stories about how the gold color would be a failure, that it wouldn't sell even in China?
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