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  1. i miss the PRawker :'(

  2. R.I.P. Prawker the community will miss you :((

  3. I know you're never going to read this but I wish you know I appreciated all your support. What you've had to go through in such early years of your life makes one really realize his own mortality.

    Where ever you are, I hope you're in peace.

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    R.I.P Prawker

    Anthony passed away on friday morning at 9:15 am he went peacefully and is now cancer free. viewing will be from 2pm untill 9pm friday sept.5th and services will be saturday sept 6th at 11 am at the RG & GR Harris funeral home at 31551 ford road garden city michigan 48135 R.I.P. lil brother you are loved and missed by so many 4-1-91 8-29-08
  5. Just too young...

  6. RiP Prawker.

  7. I will truly miss you!


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    I am very confused...

  10. If you have a multi touch enabled track pad on your paper thin Macbook Air or your shiny new Macbook Pro, then you are probably aware of the nifty multi touch gestures that you can use in various apple apps like safari, finder and preview. If you're like me then you probably want to be able to use these gestures in all your other applications as well! Well thanks to MultiClutch, you can! In this tutorial i will show you how to set up multiclutch to enable multi touch gestures in Firefox (Any version!) Just download multiclutch from the link above, or directly from here. Once installed open the system prefence pane and click the + button to add your application. After you have selected your application, click the + button on the other side to add your first gesture. Lets start with the three finger swipes to navigate through your history just like you can in Safari. Change the gesture you added to the list to "Swipe Left" and double click the key command to edit it, set it for CMD + Left Arrow. Now add another gesture and change that to Swipe Right, then change the key command to CMD + Right Arrow. Now when you save and restart Firefox you will be able to swipe left and right to go back and forward in your history! Lets add a few more gestures. These are optional but i found them to be helpful. Zooming in - or "Pinching out" can be set to open a new tab, and zooming out or pinching in can be set to close a tab (or firefox all together if you're on your last tab!) Refer to this screen shot to see the settings you need to set up these gestures: Once you get all your gestures set up, just close system preferences, and restart Firefox, when firefox launches again, it will be multi touch aware, thanks to multiclutch! Enjoy! -Prawker
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    Check out my New! iMac

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