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Discussion in 'Software' started by Nath, 6 Mar 2005.

  1. -=ice=-

    -=ice=- What's a Dremel?

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    your stuff is soo much newer though :D
     
  2. TekMonkey

    TekMonkey I enjoy cheese.

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    I'm getting envious of all these Mac owners. I'm going to wait for Tiger to be released, then I might buy a Mac Mini if I can get my Dad to lend me some funds. :p
     
  3. Ligoman17

    Ligoman17 What's a Dremel?

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    Nice to see there's a new apple forum. (it is new right? I didn't just overlook it all these years?)

    I've got a brand spankin new 12" Powerbook and a 1st generation iPod mini in silver. I'll post pics when I get home. :D
     
  4. K

    K 528491

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    12" Powerbook - 1.33GHz / 768 MB DDR / 60gig HDD

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    I also have a 15gig 3rd Gen iPod :)
     
  5. Nath

    Nath Your appeal has already been filed.

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    :hehe: :D Yes it is new!
     
  6. Jamie

    Jamie ex-Bit-Tech code junkie

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    1GHz 12" Powerbook ... in need of an update I think.
     
  7. Cheese

    Cheese Doc

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    My new mini...

    http://www.bit-tech.net/images/cheese/DSC03174.JPG

    I'm not entirely sure how to make iphoto decrease the resolution so just a link... it's a cutie. Went for the 1.25 (1.42 didn't seem like much of an upgrade for the cost) and I've just put 512MB of ram in it, but I might buy a gig for it, we'll see :)
     
  8. Haddy

    Haddy World Domination

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    Will that iCurve support a 17inch PB?

    /me runs to store and drools on display window..."just a few more weeks and you shall be mine!! mwa hahahah"
     
  9. GreatOldOne

    GreatOldOne Wannabe Martian

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    As far as I'm aware, the iCurve is a one size fits all deal. So it'll handle all mac laptops from 12" through to 17".

    Cheese - nice to see that you also have an amusing stuffed toy to guard yours. Not enough tentacles though... ;)
     
  10. Cheese

    Cheese Doc

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    Well he might not be well endowed in the tentacle dept. but he's got horns!
     
  11. TekMonkey

    TekMonkey I enjoy cheese.

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    Wait a minute...GOO, you bought an Apple mouse? :eeek: How can you stand the single button?!
     
  12. greywolf

    greywolf What's a Dremel?

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    Reduce the size/resolution through the export function (under the edit pull down). In the first screen it will display the current size (in pixels) and there will be two radio buttons below the first is "keep original" and second has two fields to type in the size (in pixels) you want (I will type 600 in the first field and 450 will pop-up in the second field). From there pick were you want to export to and your done! BTW this is from memory...some details maybe wrong :)

    All my pic posting on BT are through iPhoto and I export directly to my .Mac account, which host my images.
     
  13. Cheese

    Cheese Doc

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    Got it, thanks :)
     
  14. GreatOldOne

    GreatOldOne Wannabe Martian

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    Easily. I only have a single button mouse (the trackpad) on the power book, so it's no strain using the Apple mouse. Plus it was nice and cheap of eBay. :D

    Right clicking is usually done with a Ctrl - Mouseclick combo or click and hold to bring up context sensitive menus (ala Waste Bin).

    However, saying that, Macmice do some very nice bluetooth enabled lookie-likey Apple mice, that have two buttons and a scroll wheel.
     
  15. JavaBoy

    JavaBoy What's a Dremel?

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    i dont have any pics yet, but for the record im my house there is a ipod shuffle, mac mini, powerbook 15inch(costom with 1gig of ram and 128GFx card :eek: ), ipod U2,I pod mini blue, ibook g3 800MHz, and possibly in the future and power mac dual g5 2.5GHz

    oh btw i am a huge mac fanatic :hehe:
     
  16. fev

    fev Industry Fallout

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    got any pictures java?
     
  17. Haddy

    Haddy World Domination

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  18. fev

    fev Industry Fallout

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    i was gonna put yet... didn't check the age of the posts oopsie
     
  19. KidModder

    KidModder What's a Dremel?

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    [​IMG]That is our ancient all around FAMILY computer. My grandma has a NEW G4 Laptop. y dad has a ipod. Etc etc
     
  20. greywolf

    greywolf What's a Dremel?

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    I still occasionally use my Power Book Duo Doc 280.

    Edit: duh wrong thread :wallbash:
     
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