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  1. macOS Catalina 10.15.4 beta (19E224g)
  2. fantomas

    [release] macOS Catalina 10.15.2

    @MorenoAv This is 10.15.2 topic, not 10.15.3 @telepati I see you're confused, just like I'm - DO not know if it is a bug or a new security update but it has the same build name as the first public build.
  3. fantomas

    macOS Catalina 10.15.2 est disponible

    Bon, soit c'est une mise à jour de sécurité mais estampillée pareil, soit le stagiaire est de retour.
  4. fantomas

    Versions bêta : macOS 10.15.3

    macOS Catalina 10.15.3 beta 3 (19D75a) - Navré pour le retard.
  5. Guys, there'e no shortcut!!! - Especially if you are new on this. It is not something that woks just like that - Hackintosh is not an exact science!!! Which is meaning if something works for someone, it does not mean it will work for everyone. Before trying to make your own hackintosh, be aware about your config, it will be helpful later. The only secret to a successful hackintosh is to read a lot, and make a lot of mistakes. This is how you will become efficient and above all autonomous. Also be aware about forum rules - They are not there for show!!! I just removed @Chiitus post because of off-topic. Be sure you searched everywhere before asking for help. This topic is only about Nvidia Web Driver on High Sierra, if you have issue with Cuda, we also have a dedicated topic for this purposes. We also have an app called Nvidia Web Driver Updater - it will search and install the correct web driver version depending on your macOS version. Give it a try. BR fantomas
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    Versions bêta : macOS 10.15.3

    macOS Catalina 10.15.3 beta 2 (19D62e)
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    WhatEverGreen Support Topic

    I just removed a couple of garbage posts - Please stop pollute the topic, if you want to help, then just do it with kindness or just leave pls. BR fantomas
  8. We are off topic. I already replied.
  9. And if you read my profile, it says "Last visited September 28, 2019", but I'm currently writing, right? It's because sometimes we sign anonymously (a site feature enabled for everyone), so our last visit time is not visible.
  10. @Poco and/or @Fubra Support are your best chance in handling with this matter. Please contact them for further information. BR fantomas
  11. First of all, we want this to be a happy community, and kindness/cheerfulness makes that happen. Be helpful and kind to all the members, even those who you may not be best friends with. Don’t think you are above anybody. Everyone here has been a noob at one point or another, so be understanding even if someone is wrong. Always be kind and professional. If you want to help, do it with kindness. Rude comments are counterproductive. Nobody is perfect, we have all our differences, particularities and singularities. Always indicate the best solution, otherwise let someone else do it. BR fantomas
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    Privacy & Private Messages

    Hi First of all, PM is meaning 'Personal Message', not 'Private Message'. They're not private, they're personal. An example of a personal message would be when I send you a 'Hi dude!! How are you going?'. As you can see, there's nothing private. The private thing would be when I'm talking you about my last holidays and want to share you some photos. These things are private. But honestly, I would never using the site message feature to share private things, I have my email for these purposes. But it is up to everyone to determine what they think is personal and what is private and the way they want to handle with that. Now about you asking if moderators do read personal messages of users - The site is using Invision Community forum software which includes a feature that allows admin level users ONLY to get direct (and whole) access to an user account, so yes, a such kind of higher-level moderator can read personal messages of users. Now the question of whether he does it, it's impossible to know, unless the members of the site have been warned. On some sites, the administrator requests permissions from members, while others do not. But why a moderator would do such kind of things (read personal messages of users)? In most cases, to track potential spammers, or someone has reported spam in their inbox. Another special case is when a user reports that he/she no longer has access to his/her account and to check it, the administrator can access his/her account. In this kind of case, the account works very well, the problem is very often on the user's side (wrong login name and/or password). But unfortunately, there is also the dark side of this feature, especially when it is about a malicious moderator. In this case, you just have to avoid this kind of site. Yes, it's ok but how to know if the moderators of InsanelyMac read personal messages of users? In theory, there's no way but as already said, this feature is allowed ONLY to an admin-level user and here at InsanelyMac, the moderators do not have such kind of higher-level. BR fantomas
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    Versions bêta : macOS 10.15.3

    Oui mais le beurre à combien de % de matières grasses ? :D