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I tried Blender for the first time a couple of weeks ago (version 2.65) and I found the UI horrendous. Multiple menu bars, non-standard file browsers, not to mention having to press X instead of Delete to remove objects. I shudder to think what the old UI was like if this is a "new and improved" one.
Legacy apps still went into the Start menu. I'm certain of that.
As for some apps not going in there, it's possible that some legacy apps' installers tried to write directly to the
In my time zone it appeared 10 hours after the day ended. So my first thought was also about "why on April Fools' day?"
It's quad-band GSM (2G) but lacks 850 MHz 3G.
Indeed. My first thought when reading the summary was "how is this any different from swiping an EFTPOS card?". Obviously it's using a phone instead of a card, but the net result is the same.
Jedi Outcast was a sequel, not a remake.
Thanks for linking to the plans; it allows all of the different options to be put in perspective. It also shows that if I lived in Canada, I'd get 125 GB for about what I'm paying here in New Zealand for 40 GB (although Rogers' overage charges are far more expensive). So, I'm afraid that I have very little pity when the Rogers rates are comparatively low.
A GSM-only phone will not work on Telus/Bell. The new network is WCDMA/UMTS-based and does not have a 2G GSM component.
Sprint doesn't use SIMs though. I'm sure that's what rehtonAesoohC was getting at.
You're under a rock
Hint: Try PC World or NBR.
It's the place where Lego comes from.
Because a tower is a tower. If you make it tall enough, then you can put multiple sets of equipment up there.
That's going to be stuck in my head all night now. Thanks a lot.
"Confound these ancestors.... They've stolen our best ideas!" - Ben Jonson