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    Sep 17, 05:33 PM
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    Aug 5, 08:43 AM
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    I agree. Does iTunes U have the interaction like ALI does?

    While the ALI program has been mostly invisible to the vast majority of users, it has long been a valued resource for a number of K-12 educators, assisting them with developing lesson plans, receiving technology advice, and networking.

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    Sep 23, 12:28 PM
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    Apr 19, 09:35 AM
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  • Blues003
    Apr 25, 06:20 AM
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    I'm considering buying either a MBA or a MBP 13'' in the future, and one of the toughest tasks I'd like to do with it would be running GarageBand or Logic Pro. Mainly, I'd be composing Jazz pieces (Piano, Bass, Percussion, Sax and Guitars, in any number of combinations), some solo piano pieces, and maybe some Game-music.

    I'd like to know if any of you has experience with the MBA 13'', and can tell me if it is powerful enough for this kind of task. While I would like the portability, I want my laptop to be my sole computer. I know the MBA can run all the other tasks I intend it to alright (Web Browsing, Video-watching, Chatting, Photoshop, PS2 and Nintendo DS Emulation). Music-creating is the only one still holding me back. ;)


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  • mrblack927
    Mar 31, 03:22 PM
    I hear a lot of confusion about this. I don't know why TechCrunch said what they did, but by all accounts, there is no golden master right now. This is just a developer preview. After this there will (probably) be betas. And after that there will eventually be a golden master or two.

    Apple uses the term "golden master" uniquely, but it's basically what most software companies would call a "release candidate". The goal is to make only one RC. You release a RC build when you legitimately believe that the product is complete and this is the build you plan on releasing to the public. It's the last phase in testing. You let your testers try it out and see if there are any show-stopping flaws, if not, the "release candidate" becomes the "release".

    When the GM is ready, it will be released to developers and labeled as such, and the public release will follow very shortly after. I don't know why TechCrunch is claiming this is an "internal GM", maybe they know something I don't, but as it stands it seems they are just causing confusion.

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  • balamw
    Mar 25, 05:26 PM
    Gotcha, didn't know that.

    Sorry for the short answer. Was posting from my phone, and it sounds my post seems a bit rude re-reading it.

    Some other process is getting in the way. In a previous thread http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=11731359&postcount=26 some Western Digital software was responsible.

    mjwatt29, can you post the full Winclone.log as an attachment. I was able to suss it out in that other case given the full log file.


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    Apr 6, 11:52 AM
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    Oct 27, 02:12 PM
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  • Mr. Anderson
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    Apr 4, 02:58 PM
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    It would be nice if these devices could extend on anothers' wifi but I don't mind having our house "all Apple" as our experience has been relatively trouble free since doing so. I went through several brands of routers before settling on AE. For a while, I even had a Time Capsule as a router. When the ability to set up a guest network became available, I sprung for an AExtreme despite the fact I already had a TC. Past routers we had tried include a Linksys WRT54GS (v5), Zyxel and several others I can't remember. The only things they did better than Apple gear is you could set them up using any web browser and there were a few more flexible settings, but everything else about them was awful.

    We use ComCrap internet and the cable modem knocks all our routers for a loop whenever ComCrap decides it's time for us to get a new ip address. All our routers that is until I started using Apple gear. What was once a monthly and sometimes biweekly power cycle ritual has only happened once in 18 months since dumping those other routers. And the one time it did happen, ComCrap admitted they had taken down the service for one of their digital channel scrambling rituals and knocked hundreds of customers off the net.

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  • techfreak85
    Apr 11, 01:56 PM

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  • robbieduncan
    Apr 12, 04:42 AM
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    Aug 20, 08:26 PM
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    May 6, 11:40 AM
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  • shadowfax
    Sep 21, 11:53 PM
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  • FoxyKaye
    Jul 30, 01:18 PM
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    Gotta fix that starter problem, though...

    Apr 6, 06:11 PM
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    Feb 20, 05:29 PM
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    Dec 27, 11:14 PM
    Hey everyone, first post here, and also a Mac noob, so I apologize if this is in the wrong section :)

    I am trying to enable file sharing in OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. I intend to share files on my MacBook with other Windows and Linux computers on my home network. From what I understand, the procedure is as follows:

    1) Open up System Preferences and click on Sharing under Internet & Wireless
    2) Click on File Sharing on the left, and then add a folder to be shared. After doing this, three Users appear on the right: System Administrator, Administrator, and Everyone (all have read/write access).
    3) I want my folder to be password-protected and accessible only to specific users, so I change the permissions for Everyone to No Access. I then add a user (sharing only account) with a specified username and password.
    4) I click on Options and select the "Share files and folders using SMB (Windows)", and enable SMB sharing for the user that I created in the previous step. I click on Done, and exit System Preferences.

    After performing the above steps, I go to my Linux computer and attempt to connect to the shared folder on my Macbook. I was surprised to be able to access the folder without being prompted for a username and password. The same thing can be seen on my Windows computer.

    I went back into Systems Preferences/Sharing on my MacBook, and noticed that the user that I had created has disappeared from the Users list, and all the permissions have been reverted to the default Read & Write Access (including Everyone, which I had changed to No Access earlier). I tried the above procedure again and still ended up with the same result.

    Why are the user permissions not being saved? Has anyone here experienced a similar issue?

    Mar 31, 04:51 PM
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    - use built in optical stabilizer (assuming one)
    - practice "body as a tripod", keep camera close to body, turn body, not camera.
    - use the grid display function (assuming one) as a static reference. it's easier to see shaky movement on a static line/grid vs. dynamic motion.
    - adding any weight to the camera will help. This technically a stabilizer, but as an example you can add weight via the threaded 1/8" tripod mount, an 1/8" bolt and some washers.
    - use a monopod. a lot of tripod functionality but you can run with it.

    Jun 17, 02:28 PM
    Wow, this is a nice surprise.
    Apple's support for its developers gets ever better.

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