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Just thought of this, it'd be nice if the trackpad could double as a number pad with a key or gesture to turn it on or off.
Cut out the wire and give it bluetooth and I'd be down.
Cool, thanks.
I want to buy this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822148360 My question is, can I set aside a partition just for time machine, then use the rest of the drive for things like media, windows, linux, itunes library, etc..?
Now this I didn't know, thanks, I'll probably do it this way from now on unless they make the eject key do what it should do.
No. My idea is to have the eject key bring up a menu where you could choose to eject the cd/dvd, your iPhone, your external hard drive, or whatever you have hooked up that can be ejected. The menu could also have an eject all option. Of course if you like how it works now, you simply disable the menu in system preferences.
Yup, I did that with one of my externals so I could put Windows on it. Go to Disk Utility (found in Applications under Utilities), select the drive, go to the partition tab.. from there it should be self explanatory.
Yeah, and then you get that annoying message about how it wasn't ejected. It's a pet peeve of mine to see that, so I always eject everything.
Why does the eject key only work for whatever's in the SuperDrive? I mean really, a key dedicated just to ejecting a CD? How does that make sense? I eject my iPhone 10x as much as I eject something out of the SuperDrive. What I think they should do is have the eject key bring up a menu of all drives that can be ejected, along with an eject all option. It's a huge pain going to the Finder, ejecting my externals, then going to iTunes to eject the iPod and iPhone.
Well umm.. with the Nintendo DS you can emulate some things, but it's not very good at it. Most SNES games don't work, but NES games work almost perfectly. I hear Genesis games work well, but I haven't tried it yet myself. The PSP is supposedly good at emulation, but you have to have those Memory Stick Duos which are way overpriced compared to microSD.
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