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  • People have forgotten that DVD didn't take off until players became affordable. In case you forgot, right after Bluray became the "standard," we experienced a global economic meltdown. Also, people aren't going to be replacing their DVD libraries - …
  • step 1: ask for help. you're obviously having some problems and they can be solved. step 2: provide information - beyond hardware. we need to know what machine you're running, which OS, what software, what additional devices that may or may not…
  • regarding the iMac specs (especially the video specs): "these are not the droids you're looking for... move along." na
  • wrong, dead wrong folks... - better battery life - lower cost - better recording ability - better "on the road" playlists the ipod has been about getting better at the functionality that it has always done. how would a color screen make …
  • mine is the new 3g 15GB iPod. the same problem happened now that i've installed the official 10.3 release. wierd. i love 10.3 and will continue using it but until a 10.3.1, i will refrain from using my iPod. na
  • greetings, i'm glad that i read this thread. i had the same problem with a pre-release of 10.3 that completely killed my iPod. i had to get a replacement from Apple. i had the exact same problems. the iPod wouldn't connect to my computer afte…
  • has anyone tested VPC on Panther? assuming that it runs, how is the performance? na
  • greetings, in looking at the System Preferences window for Users, the rectangular buttons are very ugly. Furthemore, clicking a button apparently makes it dimmed, but that brings those sets of options to the foreground. UI consistency has gone…
  • greetings, my point is this: instead of wasting all this time on building a UNIX-like OS and then improving upon it, all that time could have been spent on improving a pre-existing UNIX OS. perhaps BSD would have been a good desktop replacement h…
  • personally, i don't understand this love affair with Linux. there are free versions of UNIX (free BSD and Darwin come to mind) that can be compiled to run on x86. all the effort that's being spent to recreate functionality already existing in UNIX c…
  • the iMac will come with a G5... it's a question of when, not if. and just so that we're all clear that apple can use the 970 on a scaled down motherboard: Quote: Peter Sandon: The processor design itself supports several ratios. The one that …
  • it's not that developers aren't doing there job, it's actually the opposite. developers (such as Nisus) have been waiting for apple to finish the APIs and text engine to support right to left languages (such as farsi and hebrew). furthermore, fo…
  • Increased use of Metal and they graying of Aqua is an admission of Aqua's failure. The fact is that the old Platinum look worked and most people don't like Aqua for the very reason that it's excessive. I expect that these two themes will merge. A…
  • Quote: Originally posted by ZO u can do Farsi text input in Jaguar too, but not Right to Left. The file is saved as RTF and opens fine in Word. Open a text document, choose Farsi keyboard, and away you go... That's useless to me. Furthermo…
  • could someone post some text in Farsi, please? na
  • Quote: Originally posted by Dog Almighty Still on 10.1.5. Dear God! Why in the world would you stick with 10.1 knowing how much better 10.2 is? I certainly hope you're planning to upgrade to 10.3! na
  • whether Panther is faster than Jaguar is a central issue to every OSX user and especially anyone using OS9. Those on 9 are likely on older machines and they don't want to have their older machine made more unresponsive. it's critically important for…
  • $1299 is the old entry point for the first iMac. indeed, it is an important price point. apple needs a headless unit at $999 (single processor g4) and at $1299 (dual processor g4). to achieve this price point, they can decrease the PCI slots, the…
  • I've stated this elsewhere but apple has a new performance gap to deal with. before it was with PCs and now it's the difference in performance between their high end and low end. Obviously, that huge gaping whole in the middle is going to be fill…
  • Forget iTMS! eMusic has improved the bitrates on their MP3s to LAME with VBR. I've downloaded over 150 songs in two days after signing up for a 3 month subscription. That's just $45 and I have so much more music than I could ever buy at Apple. …