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  • #31
    yummy, new powerbooks and iBooks.

    wow, the new pbs have a 133 fsb, and a 16MB DDR Radeon mobility graphics card.

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    • #32
      Running the following:

      PowerMac 6500/250 running OS 9.0.1
      PowerMac 9500/200 bumped to G4/400 running OS 9.0.1
      Purchasing this November G4 Dual 800 & powerbook

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      • #33
        PC here too. If I had the option to take a Mac or take a Mac and a personal check for $5000, I'd smash the Mac and take the personal check

        Sorry guys. I don't really do anything in Photoshop that my T-bird [email protected] can't do. In fact, I don't really do anything in Photoshop at all, I use Paintshop Pro

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        • #34
          Mac... Oh yes...

          Mac user using OS X 10.1, smooth.

          I'm also using OmniWeb 4.0.5 for X, works great with vBulletin! Wish they'd come out with 4.1 though.

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          • #35
            I have a Mac, and run a Mac site

            Please Please come to my Mac forums and sign up and post post post. It is looking so lonely there.


            http://www.macwrite.com/forums/

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            • #36
              hehe, macwrite... i used to use that program on my old Mac LC (the writing program called macwrite)

              cool site btw

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              • #37
                Re: Mac... Oh yes...

                Originally posted by Atomusuku-sama
                Mac user using OS X 10.1, smooth.

                I'm also using OmniWeb 4.0.5 for X, works great with vBulletin! Wish they'd come out with 4.1 though.
                so whats better internet explorer or omniweb?

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                • #38
                  IE for mac sucks. IE for mac OS X sucks harder. Omniweb has always been faster and more stable than IE on the mac side.

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                  • #39
                    Speaking of IE for OSX, anyone know of a W2K compatible Icon that has that cool glassy look of the one in OSX?
                    website: joe.pcfx.cc
                    forums: pcfx.cc
                    gallery: here

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                    • #40
                      there are aqua guis for windows out there. not sure where exactly. in the beginning apple knocked down some of them for imitating the aqua interface though... they're harder to find now i think.

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                      • #41
                        I dont use any custom 3rd party tools to change my GUI, I just need that IE5 icon. I like that thing
                        website: joe.pcfx.cc
                        forums: pcfx.cc
                        gallery: here

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Jakeman
                          IE for mac sucks. IE for mac OS X sucks harder. Omniweb has always been faster and more stable than IE on the mac side.
                          No kidding, IE 5.1 for OS X is just a lousy carbonized port of IE 5, they don't take any noticeable advantages of X.

                          OmniWeb takes full advantage of X, Aqua-fied buttons, smoothed text (makes web sites look stunning), built in spell check on all text entry fields, to name a few, great stuff.

                          Though it's still a work in progress, OmniWeb still has bugs, but they are continuing to work hard, using feedback from users.

                          4.1 is dew out someday soon.

                          Take a look at the attachment, it shows the buttons in OmniWeb and IE. (Can see a little of that smooth text too.)

                          IE blows.

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