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I hate to bring up the TPB torrent that has apparently become so infamous, again, but would it be a good idea for one or both of the current seeds to turn on SuperSeed? I believe Ayanami is using Azureus.

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Interesting, the Leopard 9A559 Spotlight Results list is reminiscent of Tiger's.

here is it when u press more

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Can someone take some screenshots of the menu bar with busier background pictures behind it? Originally, the transparent menu bar looked awful unless you basically had a flat color behind it. It looks better now, but the default background picture is still rather flat at its top.

 

Some BG pictures to try might include the orange fish pic from the Nature group, the leopard spotted pattern, etc. Anything with a lot of contrasty lines behind the menu bar area.

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Can someone take some screenshots of the menu bar with busier background pictures behind it? Originally, the transparent menu bar looked awful unless you basically had a flat color behind it. It looks better now, but the default background picture is still rather flat at its top.

 

Some BG pictures to try might include the orange fish pic from the Nature group, the leopard spotted pattern, etc. Anything with a lot of contrasty lines behind the menu bar area.

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Does Time Machine work right?

Also I'm seeing 20.0% avail. on the TPB-T. Obviously I'm not connected to the seed. Is this right?

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Thanks ;).

 

Definitely not as bad as before. Apple chose a weird filter to throw over it, but at least it's readable. I take it they haven't added a slider to adjust the transparency?

 

Does the Dock shadows and reflections make any sense when docked on the sides of the screen, or are they still weird looking?

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I love you numberz.

Oh and btw, everyone who has problems with VMware Fusion and networking, use Bridged instead of NAT, seems some people have troubles with it.

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I love you numberz.

Oh and btw, everyone who has problems with VMware Fusion and networking, use Bridged instead of NAT, seems some people have troubles with it.

i hate vmware, unity and accelerated graphics dont work with vista ;)

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i hate vmware, unity and accelerated graphics dont work with vista ;)

 

Parallels is slow and crashes often here, don't know why.

VMware works fine as long as you use XP and fullscreen or window.. the Unity function really SUCKS, they should've never implemented it in this state.

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Sorry for the Kinda-double-post, but I have one specific question.

 

Does the finder icon view support icons greater that 128x128? I want large icons without CoverFlow for movie posters, etc.

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lol..... *falls dead*

 

EDIT: ok, enough of all these pic nonsence... lets keep this thread clean and to the point about 9a559... the general public is watching.. stop all the pic-whoring...

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well all i have is MS office and it runs fine

well, apps that no one uses that i found :D like camino .7 and internet explorer for mac :P i guess they are supposed to suck tho

EDIT: zomg, it fixed my saving issues i had :D :D :D

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