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  • Let me put it this way, if any hacker had enough knowledge of computer security to implement a virus for the Mac OS, they wouldn't be using Windows.
  • Quote: Originally Posted by Chucker it ought to be Cocoa
  • Is it just me or is the finder getting a little too cluttered with organizational tools. Between Spaces, exposé, and spotlight I never know what I should be using anymore
  • Quote: Originally Posted by rok the finder is an app, just like everything else (admittedly, a CORE app, but an app nonetheless). Quote: Originally Posted by DaveGee "The Finder" isn't any magic voodoo it's just another OS X application. I…
  • Quote: Originally Posted by Placebo Get used to the metal Nooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!! Yeah, I just use interface builder to turn on the unified interface. I just figured if there was a major update to the finder we would have already noticed…
  • But you can see the finder in many of the currently available screenshots, and if they had a totally cocoa, totally cool, fixed up, funked up finder, I think we would notice more of a change.
  • I've seen this happen many times, check out http://www.freelancebusinessman.com/ to see another example. I feel bad to tell people that you can't just have a few months experience to do things like that for a living, you need years of experience. …
  • Quote: Originally posted by Artanis I have an iMac G5 (Mac OSX 10.3.9) and I want to ask if I can attach to a folder a short note? 10x That depends on what you mean, if you mean you want to attach the note as extra textual data that is in…
  • Quote: Originally posted by Artanis 1) Can I set my iMac G5 (Mac OSX 10.3.9) to start when I press one or more keys on my keyboard instead of the start buton behind the computer? (like it can be set on the PC) Why are you shutting your comput…
  • Quote: Originally posted by Banalltv The trick is not to force it. badum-tish. As a drummer, I have to correct you: BA-doomp-tsssh
  • How about this: increase the accuracy and precision of the touch sensors under the shell and totally get rid of the scrollball. Invisible touch pad scrolling :P
  • One time I sent my powerbook in with a broken DVD player and Apple sent it back with a CD-RW/DVD combo drive totally free
    in 10.5 Comment by akheron01 July 2006
  • Quote: Originally posted by jpennington No, you can leave it on sleep all the time. I second that! What's with all of this trash you're filling his head with about it effecting system performance or having a drastic effect on his energy bill…
  • Quote: Originally posted by akheron01 Hehe, haven't you ever had a look in the Keyboard Shortcuts tab in the Keyboard & Mouse control panel? Whoops! Freudian slip. I meant to say System Preference Panel
  • Quote: Originally posted by Mike Eggleston That is cool as hell. Dang, one more thing I have learned about my Mac today... Thanks AppleInsider and akheron01!! Hehe, haven't you ever had a look in the Keyboard Shortcuts tab in the Keyboard…
  • Quote: Originally posted by sc_markt TASKMENUBAR. What? Do you mean the dock? Control+F3 then you can access it all with your arrow keys.
  • Maybe they'll put Conroes in the Mac Pros and save the woodcrests for the Mac Pro Pros!
  • Quote: Originally posted by dac0nvu OK, thanks for the clarification. But is there anyway to suppress this finder window that opens up every time?...(that I just close every time?) I don't know if there is an easier way (the behavior you want…
  • How is this different from any OTHER upgrade by any computer manufacturer to faster chips? No computer company in their right MIND would just sell an easy upgrade, it's money down the toilet.
  • Quote: Originally posted by sunilraman What if the UI *was* vector based, but each time you set the resolution it then pre-renders the UI elements as appropriate for the resolution. Sort of on-the-fly caching so that you have the speed with p…