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  • notromeel
    Mar 31, 01:07 PM
    Maybe I'm the only one that thinks this, but, while it's a cool demo, I'd probably never use this. The iPad would have to reach at least the amount of control and sensitivity of a Cintiq to make this useful. So it's cool that Adobe is working on it, and maybe with future revs of hardware, the iPad will get to that point (I really hope it does). But it all still seems like finger painting to me until you have control with some sort of drawing utensil. The funny thing is, Steve Jobs - the man who spouts and gushes over creating tools by artists for artists, and - is the one man leading the fight against any sort of stylus for use with the iDevices. While I agree with him on use throughout the iOS interface, all artists are NOT created equal. I've seen fantastic work by some of the guys using their fingers with those paint programs, but I'd say for the majority of artists out there, the real key is going to be getting a stylus that works properly in a drawing or painting app on the iOS.

    At the studio I work at, the day the iPad was announced, there were about 40 people that were willing to blow up to $1k on the iPad had it come out with some sort of stylus support - not for interface, but for drawing. These are people that use Cintiqs day in and day out. When the price point of $499 was announced their jaws dropped in unison. SOLD! But when no stylus was announced and when Jobs said "If you are using a stylus, you are doing it wrong", there was a collective sigh and gnashing of teeth. Not a single person purchased one.

    So while it was a cool demo, it's still a hard sell to people who do this stuff all day, everyday for a living. Let's see a real stylus for artwork from Apple that is meant to work with the touchscreen on iOS and let's see it blow everything else away!

    Until then, maybe this is the best we can hope for.

    The Cosmonaut (

    I agree with most of what you're saying... but I think it's adobe's goal to push the most creative software on whatever they can. It's Apple's goal to provide the best experience for most people. Way more people are interested in using an iPad without a stylus - why sacrifice all those people for the minority of artists.

    You want to draw, grab a wacom and mac.

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  • FraZant
    Jun 10, 06:13 AM
    Did anyone hear the word 'Tasks' mentioned? Colors in iCal isn't bad when long overdue. But an iPhone without Tasks (not to mention recurring Tasks) is still not a substitute for a plain organizer, be it a Palm or a BlackBerry. Did I miss it or are we still waiting for the next Update? For the time being I'll stick to my T5 and my old Siemens Mobile.

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  • DotCom2
    Apr 7, 03:32 PM
    I noticed the same after upgrading to 4.3.x on my iPad.
    The UI is no longer as responsive as it used to be, and I also noticed there's a memory leak somewhere; not sure if it's caused by an application or the system itself is not reallocating memory properly.

    Powering OFF and restarting it every few days keeps it running better, but I still feel it's slower than before. :mad:

    Same here! :(

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  • jettredmont
    Oct 5, 11:49 PM
    This is my first post. It takes a lot for me to stop being a lurker, but the idea that any user can resize a textarea on a site I design, dynamically redrawing the page, is among the dumbest ideas I've ever heard. This will break valid page layouts in new and unheard of ways. Designers make form elements a size and shape for a reason.

    I look forward to finding a way using JavaScript to disable that feature the day that browser is released.

    Wow, you must really freak out about cascading style sheets too. Bit of a control freak?

    Look: the page design is for the benefit of the USER, not the designer. If the page looks like crap if a text area is resized larger than you expected, what's going to happen when a new browser comes out that uses a larger default font in the text area, or adds additional margin padding, etc? If that will make it look like crap, then that's your problem, not the user's!

    The problem with text entry boxes in (so far as I can tell) every single browser out today, is that they are fixed width. I can have a nice big 30" monitor and want to be able to type a paragraph about this size in a single friggin' line of text across the whole monitor (more common is trying to convey source code in a text window; wrapping really sucks for source code). But, I can't, because the text box is default sized so that it fits without scrolling on my mother in law's 10-year-old 15" CRT set at 640x480. So, it's a little postage-stamp square on my 30" cinema.

    The solution to date is that the user, if they're smart enough, opens up TextEdit (or Notepad), edits their text however they want, then cut/paste into the anemically-sized text box on the browser. The ability to skip the middle-app simplifies things tremendously.

    One design suggestion (if Apple's listening): also provide some kind of a widget to "snap" the text box back to it's original size.


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    Apr 6, 03:12 PM
    I am thinking of buying an iPad2. I have been wanting one for a while but recently one of my children's teachers says that the iPad has a few apps that will help my 5 year old learn a few things better. So I am starting the search. Then today I spoke with my car audio guy and will be adding a processor to the system but the processor needs a windows laptop. He also said that a hack will enable to use the iPad to control the EQ and processor when I need to do adjustments.
    So, what are the pro's and con's of jail breaking and how is it done?


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  • Liquorpuki
    Apr 12, 11:45 AM
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  • RKpro
    Apr 13, 10:59 AM
    The only thing they NEED to upgrade to stay current is dropping a dual core A5 into the iPhone, and maybe NFC.

    In every other respect iPhone4 is just as good as the best phones coming out this year.

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  • rhodest
    Nov 27, 10:36 PM
    Really just want to see how much my system is worth. Not really for sale. Its a Powermac G4 quicksilver. It has a external dvd burner, 384mb ram, 2 40gb hard drives, and a dell 15" lcd monitor. Anyone have any input as to how much it is worth? Thanks, rhodest


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  • farmboy
    Apr 4, 11:21 AM
    Stop with the FUD already. Businesses operating in the EU cannot do this. Just because corporations in the USA can, doesn't mean the rest of the world is the same... :rolleyes:

    What if they just "share" it and don't formally "sell" it in the EU? Either way, I would want a way out.

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  • lucrosus
    Apr 18, 07:30 AM
    Hi everyone. I have the 2011 15" MBP and need help to get my printer working. First, let me tell you what I have so far.

    The MBP 15" 2011 has all the softwares updated. I installed Windows 7 via Boot Camp, then installed Parallels. So far so good. Next, I installed Quickbooks and Office both for Windows. BTW, it is Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.

    After setting up, I was glad to be able to use the MBP and run Quickbooks and Office programs side by side under Mac OS. Next, I tried to connect the old Epson LX-300 printer. This is where my problem started and remains unresolved.

    I still could not get the Epson printer to be installed properly on the Mac OS, so I downloaded the Epson printer driver v2.6, I think. It is a huge file at something like 800+ mb if I remember correctly. After installing this file, I finally managed to install the printer by following the instructions from an Epson support site. At this point, I have not test printed.

    Next, I ran Quickbooks under Mac OS, but when I wanted to print, I could not find the Epson LX-300.

    I really needed to print invoices, so I shutdown the computer, rebooted using Windows 7. Supposed to be, when I connect the printer, Windows should be able identify and install the necessary driver. Unfortunately, this did not work.

    What happens is that when I plug in the printer via USB, on the control panel of Windows 7, it will show USB printer. That's it. When I try to print, I cannot find the Epson printer... Even USB Printer is not available.

    HELP! I need to be able to print. I don't care if this is only possible by booting into Windows 7 OS... Which at this point, doesn't even work.

    If anyone could show me how to set this thing properly, at least make the printer work on Wndows 7, or better, make it work even if I am on Mac OS running Windows programs.



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  • neko girl
    May 2, 10:33 PM
    I found out I couldn't give any blood (for medical reasons). I'm O neg, and I wish I could.

    Thank you very much to those who gave blood. <3

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  • damson34
    Nov 9, 01:03 AM
    I am surprised that the news didn't make more out of this. Or maybe I just am a science geek. Either way, that's a big step in science.


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  • davidinva
    May 6, 08:05 PM

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  • quantum003
    Jun 7, 06:49 PM
    Who.. does... Arn work for?! :D Very cool, I like it. I actually feel like the image of Steve Jobs as Dr. Evil is good enough to stand on it's own without any of the other animation necessary at all.


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  • Mac'Mo
    Jan 4, 09:02 AM
    wtf is lotus notes? more ppl getting on the Appl BW

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  • Benjamins
    Apr 28, 09:55 PM
    So this must be considered an Apple Fanboy site then, right?

    You do realize this is called right?


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  • Sol
    Apr 7, 11:10 PM
    The controllers are really needed.

    The Atari Joystick is the best video game controller of all time.
    The trackball is a must for playing games like centipede or millipede.
    And playing breakout or kaboom without a paddle controller is not the same.

    As mentioned above the iCade has to include a trackball.

    Trackball, jog-wheel, joystick, six face buttons and a button on each side for the pinball simulators. Hopefully all this and more for the iCade revisions and imitations to come.

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  • Chase R
    Oct 7, 10:03 PM

    Where can I find this wallpaper? Thanks!

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  • TooSmooth
    Apr 3, 12:58 AM
    Hello, it is of my understanding that outlook keeps all of my emails saved locally on the computer. Is this true?

    if so, for space reasons I would like it not to save them locally, is there an option to do so?:confused:

    Apr 24, 03:58 PM
    Another lightweight car that is just damn fun, especially when one literally drops a 350 small block in!

    Datsun 240z:

    Oct 5, 08:50 PM
    Correct. This was leaked the day after Leopard Preview was released. Sheesh.

    Yes, but now we have (had) videos. Did anyone save them?

    Mar 27, 08:26 PM
    This is really funny. Hello, I would like to introduce myself. I'm the infamous seller! :) How are you guys. It's funny that most people here are laughing about the stupidity of others like myself.

    But anyway, this is in no way illegal. I would know, being a student of law. In addition, eBay AND PayPal have sided with me on this matter MULTIPLE times. The only time PayPal sided with the buyer was when they claimed they never got it and I had no shipping proof. The item is accurately described, end of story. Stop crying about it and be more responsible.

    Just an ending note, I've made over $2,000 doing this before and used it to buy two amazing Les Pauls. ;)

    - Dan

    Keyboard lawyer! Just supports my claim that everyone on the internet is a lawyer!

    Apr 27, 01:01 PM
    Well, as I said before

    NUTTY FOLKS: OMG Apple keeps a copy of some wifi stations on my phone. It's a huge privacy violation!

    FACT: Apple doesn't access the database cache, emails, passwords, photos on your phone either.

    Except, Apple says that they actually do access the location database:

    5. Can Apple locate me based on my geo-tagged Wi-Fi hotspot and cell tower data?
    No. This data is sent to Apple in an anonymous and encrypted form. Apple cannot identify the source of this data.

    8. What other location data is Apple collecting from the iPhone besides crowd-sourced Wi-Fi hotspot and cell tower data?
    Apple is now collecting anonymous traffic data to build a crowd-sourced traffic database with the goal of providing iPhone users an improved traffic service in the next couple of years.

    Nov 19, 09:11 PM
    I'm certain TJ MAXX ran this by their legal team...

    If they are willing to sell the product at a $100 loss, that's their choice. You may not have a warranty, etc, because they aren't "authorized" by Apple as a price-controlled reseller, but that doesn't mean it's illegal for them to sell it.

    I sold my iPad on craigslist at a loss. I'm not authorized to do that and Steve doesn't care.

    Exactly, Apple wouldn't care if you did. What you sold would be 2nd hand and have no warranty etc.. The same I assume would be true of T.J.s. As non authorized dealers they have bought some iPads and would be selling them as second hand items. Buyer beware.

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