So what's everybody heard about it? think it'll just be a large ipod touch or could it replace my laptop?
Topic by wuguwa 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Who is this Guy?? All I wanted was to warn people about the danger of using pop tab chainmail armor. Suddenly I am the subject of crap campain??? If You do'nt get what the gist of it was GIVE UP!!AND SHUT UP!!! Your continued slams only accentuate Your stupidity!!! As a result of the affore mentioned slam-a-thon I will no longer be loging on to this web site. Nor will I recomend it to anyone. I apoligize to the rest of the good folks who contribute very good and interesting things, however I do'nt think I should have to put up with degrading and STUPID e-mails just because I wanted to help! Roy.
Topic by Roy smith 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
After seeing www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/487585, I learned that they used iStopMotion for the graphics. Also, I was able to play on a Mac, and I have to say, I kinda dig it. Is there anyway possible for me to install the Apple OS on my computer and still keep my current OS (Windows XP)?
Question by MrL33TPenguin 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
So i heard of a few apps from some friends I try them out and I like them. So when I go to the app store to get the apps, they tell me that I have to accept their new terms. Since the wifi at my house is knocked out, I had to wait a very long time for it to load. When it finally loads and I hit that one button, it tells me to try again. That means I have to reload the app store, find that app, and download it again. This is a literal equivalant of an eternity. I wouldn't be whining so much if Apple was nice enough to resume the download when I accepted their licence.
Topic by DJ Radio 9 years ago
Could you include an Apple Touch Icon on the website? I know Instructables doesn't have an iOS app. Primary reason being that you want to focus on the website. I fully support that. I would like to add a shortcut to Instructables (my feed) on my iOS devices and I would like the bookmark to have a proper (Apple Touch) icon. Just because it looks nice and I think it would support Instructables' web app approach. Thanks.
Topic by pietervankessel 1 year ago
I am new to Apple computers, I just got an older system off of ebay for testing purposes and so that I can learn how to use them. (I want to go into IT for a living, so I will need to learn how to use them.) I need a little help getting started with my first project. I have made a working program for what I want to do in Windows as a batch file (which I then compiled into an .exe). For a company that I am starting, people often need to send me large files, and I want to give them a way to do this. I have two FTP servers (one in the cloud, and one at home that my parents make me shut down every night). Since these files are large enough that it takes awhile to download them from my cloud server, my script automatically selects which server to use based on the current time. It then prompts the user to drag and drop their file into the dos window to select the files they wish to upload. After that, it creates an FTP script which is then executed using the ftp /s command. This program works great. I would like to get this program working on my mac as well (I realize that I probably can't use the same script, I will have to change it). I considered using a bash script, but it seems that you would have to start the script from terminal (it can't just be executed by clicking on it like in windows). I've also looked at automator, but as far as I can see it doesn't even have the ability to upload to FTP. At this point, I just want to make an easy way for people to upload to a specific FTP server without having to enter usernames, passwords, IP addresses/ urls, etc. I don't even care if it automatically switches between servers like my other script... that is a bonus. To any mac programmers out there, if you were going to do this; where would you start? (Stick with bash, applescript, automator, another programming language, etc.) Thanks!
Question by thegeekkid 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Well, I made a purchase this sunday just gone.I have bought one of the original Macintoshes from 1984, the model I bought was the Macintosh 512k, called the 'Fat Mac' due to its upgraded ram from 128k to 512k. It was the second model of Macintosh released.The Specs are as follows, Processor Speed: 8 MHzSystem Bus Speed: 8 MHzROM Size: 64kData Path: 16-bitStandard RAM: 512kBuilt-in Display: 9" Monochrome - 512 x 384 1-bitAvg. Weight: 16.5 lbs.Introduction Date: September 10, 1984So, now the question is, what do I do with this? The spec makes it useless as a machine, and I have no OS disk.So far, I have three options, Gut the inside of the mac, and install a new mini-itx system, and make it into a Hackintosh.Gut the insides. Try and fix the free ps3 thats heading my way, install linux on ps3, install inside of macGut the insides, and use it as the shell for a 'companion' tower for my iMac, housing back up drives, USB devices, and my small USB powere 7" mimo screen.Let me know what you think, or suggest new ideas!- gmjhowe
Topic by gmjhowe 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Hi, I have been searching for a way to get the info from some floppy disks that were used on an Apple format computer in the early 90's. The disks are 3.5's. I have a disk drive. I have tried to find a converter program online but none seem to apply to this. I can't get them on the PC because if they are formatted they lose the data. Does anyone know a way to convert the data to PC inexpensively? Thanks Much, Savex
Question by Savex 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
A friend, who knows I love to demolish things, just gave me an old powermac G4. The freaking thing still works! It has a HDD of 26 and one of 6Gb, as well as an Iomega Zip drive and a CD-R. I'm no fan of apple or anything i-****, but the machine seems to be well built, seems to be a waste to just rip apart for a power supply, some fans and a few super magnets. The university of Amsterdam used to have quite a lot of them in the days... Can this machine still serve a serious purpose (add some value above and beyond a contemporary windows 7/ XP computer)? How about installing new software (no idea about what is available or can be run on OS9.2) Perhaps there is niche software for it, where to find it...?
Question by BobS 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Yea ok i understand im not pro, and i can handle the ad's but this rather piggy apple ad currently on the site has 1 main problem (besides it takes for freakin ever to load) now i cannot see the contest's and I have no idea where to go looking, I was kinda looking forward to see what new projects there are but i just get pc (who IRL owns a mac) and mac squabbling over which is better ... and i really dont care as i own both, but thats not the point where do i find the contest links while this is going on?
Topic by osgeld 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I just got my apple magic mouse about three hours ago and hooked it up to my macbook right when I got home. The problem is when I try to use the one finger scroll it or the two finger swipe to go back and forward it doesn't work so I'm thinking there's a problem with the multi touch. I tried to fix it but I couldn't, does anyone know what the problem is?
Question by DBMods 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I took apart some apple earbuds and there was some washer shaped magnets inside on a little rod. It would be easy to add more magnets and i was wondering if that would make the earbuds better. Also i would like to know if it would be at all dangerouse
Question by awesomeepiceli 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Hello - I've recently been having troubles running Fusion 360 on my Windows 10.1 laptop. I've seen that most people use Apple MacBooks with Fusion 360 CAD software, and it runs quite fast and reliably too! So, I was wondering which MacBook would be the bet for this application? I am thinking about getting the new MacBook. Let me know what you think, and past experiences you have had. http://www.apple.com/macbook/ Thank, Dylan
Topic by DylanD581 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
I was given an apple g4 that has only been used for video editing
Question by led235 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I bought an Apple iPod touch 64GB (4th Generation). But it cannot be recognized by my computer. And i am unable to connect it to my iTunes and the computer. I want to update the software, but first i have to make it recognized by my computer.
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Question by Robin9256 8 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
---The Problem---- I've searched high and low for something that will allow me to connect my normal landline (see links at bottom of post) to my MacBook Pro (2.16GHz core 2 duo, on OS X Snow Leopard). The landline is my work landline, so I can't change it. I really just want to connect it to my Mac through its "To TEL" port, which according to the manual is for connecting phones in parallel. The minimum I want to be able to do is get audio from the landline to my computer's speakers and audio to it from my computer's speakers. My goal is to be able to work handsfree on my computer while I type. I'm not keen on a headset for the landline because I hate cables and get tangled up while I type. If I get my voice routed through to the phone through the Mac's microphone and sound to come out through my speakers from the caller's voice I'd be jumping for joy. I'd be rocketing for joy if through some way I managed to use an AppleScript I found (see links at bottom of post) to dial out of AddressBook to the landline. That would be tres cool, but that'd be me getting greedy. ----What I've been able to find out (I'm pretty clueless)------ PCs can do this with an RJ11 to USB adapter. There are rumors that the DLink DPH-50U works with OS X with a driver no one can seem to find. Apple stopped making their USB external modems, which didn't cater for voice anyway. I'm willing to buy stuff to make something if I need, although if it comes to writing drivers I'd need a lot of direction. ----The question----- Does anyone have any clever ideas on how to solve the problem? ----Links------ My landline manual: https://support.panasonic.co.nz/docstore/KXT7425_T7433_T7436_T7450%20book.pdf AppleScript to dial from AddressBook: http://forums.macosxhints.com/showpost.php?p=317719&postcount;=10 Most thankful in advance for any ideas!
Question by martellito 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Cooking in sugar tends to draw the moisture out of the apple and you end up with slim dried out slivers!! I have had the same trouble if I cook carrots or sweet potatoes in the sugar! To prevent the carrots and sweet potatoes, I cook them separately and at the last minute I add the cooked sugar syrup! But am at a loss as how to make the apples in a pie that does not shrivel up!
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Question by muralipdtr 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Found this in my local Fred Meyer parking lot. No one was around to claim it (this was close to closing hour), so I picked it up, knowing I could do something with it, but now not sure what. I can recycle it, and if I do, I'll be removing the enamel-coated wire around the tube, but I wanted to see if anyone here has other ideas
Question by DiamondBack 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
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Question by led235 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I heard it, the music is very similar to the music in SOS by Rhianna. It sounds like the song came out between the 1980's and 1990's... The singer says this, '' You've got to, run away, ohhh, run away" as far as i know, its not the chinkees. thanks!
Question by led235 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
$200 for 8G or $300 for 16G**plus $30 data plan$40 service plan$20 unlimited texts$10 in taxes= $100/mo! Is it worth it? I want to hear from current iPhone users!**minus $100 each for refurb. any thoughts on new vs. refurb?
Question by scoochmaroo 10 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Try hooking a 1200 watt sub up to a 75 watt POS amp. It lasted for like 20 seconds and something blew and it all shut off. The sub is still fine though but damn now I need a new amp :( Any ideas? I wonder if I could build myself one?
Topic by Punkguyta 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
I was looking around and am wondering is a dual core fully loaded Powermac G5 Better than a fully loaded Mac Mini? How is both of them against the mac pro with 4 gigs of ram?
Question by robots199 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
I have a mac desk top with a single button short tail mouse, the roller ball will move the screen up but not down. I have cleaned it the way mac suggests and with alcohol as well, also using a lint free cloth. Will this mouse come apart with out destroying it? If so how? or should I just replace it? (4th one)
Question by santakart 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I am new to this site and I've found a lot of the ideas and guides very interesting. i have a late 2010 MacBook Air with a broken display. The most anyone has offered me for it is $100. After visiting this site I was wondering if there could be any possible uses for it? It works with external monitor. Any ideas? I'm supposed to meet someone later today to sell it to but am now having second thoughts thanks to this (and a similar site) here it is
Topic by iAndrew7 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
In my computers class, I need to make a movie, in hopes of getting a grant for the school. The theme is school laptop use, and my teacher got my a working iBook, that I have to destroy to simulate the use.. The thing is, it works just fine! I hard to just destroy a fine working piece of art... :-/ I think I'll try to get two, so I can destroy one, and keep the other one.. (If anyone wants/needs any parts from it, besides the keyboard and outside shell, please PM me)
Topic by bumpus 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Is there any way to make blue apples? My Quest is to make blue apples that are not only blue but also taste good I will not stop until I succeed!!! P.S. If I succeed on my own I will share with everyone the secret of blue apples!
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I would like to know how to make apple juice.
ISO means the International Standards Organization - who is the governing body that standardizes sensitivity ratings for camera sensors. The ISO adjusts the camera's sensitivity to light. Picture credit is Cdog2897
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