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256 kbps iTunes is LONG overdue. My entire library is 256kbps and I haven't bought much from the store because I didn't think paying for a lowly 128 kbps was worth it. I think what Jobs says about EMI being a "leader" is absolutely true...once the other companies see how popular the new DRM-Free music is they'll be forced to compete by freeing up their music.
Clearing out user and system cache's and temporary items can help. Running "MainMenu" I got back half a gig.
Surely Apple will release Leopard in or before June...it sounds like a May release may even be possible. I'm patient enough to let them do it when they feel it's stable enough with minimal bugs. Surely too there are some features they won't tell us about til the release day to create additional hype/excitement. And it better have too...at this stage I wouldn't be rushing out to hand over AU$200. But when the RDF (reality distortion field) starts broadcasting from...
You want nostalgia...I still have a copy of the Mac OS X PUBLIC BETA Of course you would need to turn the clock back to be able to install it (might as well get into the retro spirit). Remember the blue Apple icon in the centre of the menu bar!!! If any collector out there wants to make me an offer...I'll be happy to sell.
No reason to believe they lost sound quality. My 17" MBP speakers handle the audio up to full volume for most things which is now quite loud. The 17" MBP speakers are the best laptop speakers I've heard...still doesn't compare to a low-end hi-fi but what do u expect...
It's definitely no dream...I'd say the audio is at least twice as loud! Other users have also reported this improvement.
I have over 40 apps in my dock and it's invaluable...doesn't take up too much room (32 pixel icon size) and everything is available at the click of a button...gotta love the dock. PS your problem is cause you've got two PHAT icons next to a skinny one...does it really bother u that much?
Is it just me or are the MacBook Pro internal speakers LOUDER now?
Ahh!!! I didn't see that! Thanks that seems to have solved my problem! Thanks a lot (and sorry to Apple for my mistake). I just thought when I put everything else Australian it would have changed the default language dictionary too.
Since Apple hasn't supported anything but US English since OS 9, I'm wondering whether anyone knows if it's possible to replace the dictionary with a custom one. It really frustrates me that Mail and Text Edit keep informing me that I've spelled words incorrectly when I haven't. Sure I can "learn" the correct spellings, but there is no way that I'm aware of to "unlearn" the incorrect American spellings. It'd be great too if Apple improved its Internationalisation...
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