So did he quit, or was he fired?
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Yeah, but then how would you scratch them?
Name and shame, please. For the public good...
Run your own you lazy git. He posted a link to the methodology he used...
This x2. My wife's on android while I've an iphone, but to my 4 year old they're both 'iphones'.
I won't say which she prefers else I'd be called an Apple shill...
To distinguish ourselves from you lot doon there.
Or they could just extradite the landlady and try her in California. That's how it works, isn't it?
As a kid, my parents would cuff me around the ear for refusing to share my toys with my friends. As an adult, Hollywood would see me in cuffs for sharing them.
Your example link returns all four search terms if you grep the source of the page, so your search was actually 100% successful in terms of keyword occurrence.
Keyword relevance, however, is in the eye of the beholder. Look to the comments on that page for occurrences of 'open' and 'frame'...
I'm voting for Kodos!
I bought a macbook 2006, still running strong.
Solid machines indeed. I especially *love* the self-cleaning aspect of the early Intel Mac laptops. Dirty keyboard? Simply fire up a YouTube Flash video and let the fans blow the crap out.
Twin fans means you get a mini tornado above the 'H' key.
10 years ago I bought a Powerbook G4 and ran it for 6 years without a single issue. Then I got burgled whilst on holiday, and it was no more. Once the insurance came through, I got a MacBook Pro (2006) and it's still my main workhorse today. No longer the fastest or bestest, but everything works.
While waiting for the insurance to pay up for the G4, a friend gave me an old T30 Thinkpad. I upped the RAM & HDD and installed Linux, then used it daily. That died in a house flood 2 years ago (burst water main, upstairs neighbour), again whilst I was on holiday.
This leads me to believe that the single largest cause of computer failure is going on holiday. Now, I take the fuckers with me.
1) Open the picture.
On 10.5 and later, select the image and hit the space key. Use arrow keys as required to navigate.
Like how the OS calculator doesn't have scientific functions until 10.5.
In 10.4, press Command+(1/2/3) to switch views. Command+2 is 'scientific', Command+3 is 'programmer'.
Or how to extract a still from a movie, you have to re-navigate to the directory every
... fuckin' ... time.
If your movie is full screen, hit Command+Shift+3 and it'll create a picture on your desktop. If your movie is windowed, hit Command+Shift+4 and use the cross-hairs to define the area to snapshot.
Or how you can't use the standard upload file interface on websites, but have to hope it's compatible with iPhoto or some other hack.
I really don't get this. Either use the 'browse' button like anyone else, or just drag and drop the file in question into the file upload control.
Or the lack of alt-shortcuts which makes it so that you can't call up a function from a menu unless it's been hot-keyed.
Turn on 'full keyboard access' in the System Prefs (Ctrl+F1).
+5 informative my arse. Perhaps your time and energy would be better spend learning to use your damn machine instead of ranting about non-existent problems.