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  • MisterMe's Avatar
    Today, 07:40 AM
    This does not appear to be a graphics problem. It appears that all of the folders inside Bureaublad folder are opening as daughter windows inside the Bureaublad window. Daughter windows are not a standard feature of OS X. They are a standard feature of Microsoft Windows. Perhaps you installed a haxie to implement daughter windows on your system. Therefore, it is important to answer Cheryl's question about the software that you have installed.
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  • Cheryl's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:55 AM
    We need a bit more information: What was downloaded/installed just before this happened OR do you remember what you were doing just before this happened ? What version Mavericks are you running? Have you installed the latest update? Did you run Disk Utility to repair permissions on your hard drive? Have you used TechTool or Disk Warrior on your drive recently?
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  • Freek Freriks's Avatar
    July 25th, 2014, 09:55 AM
    Hi guys, I have a pretty frustrating problem, since a few days my macbook pro 2009 is glitching when i open the finder. Mavericks used to run fine but not anymore. The problem kicks in after browsing thru a few folders, I made a screenshot so you guys get what I mean. As you can see the graphics are glitching, I searched for a solution and more people had the problem but the suggested tips didn't work for me. It only happens in the finder, after restarting the finder I can browse thru a few files an then the problem kicks in again... Do you guys have an idea maybe? ...
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  • Satcomer's Avatar
    July 24th, 2014, 02:09 PM
    bee
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  • Cheryl's Avatar
    July 23rd, 2014, 06:31 AM
    Have you looked at Scrivener? Developer’s page
    1 replies | 309 view(s)
  • Giaguara's Avatar
    July 22nd, 2014, 03:36 PM
    Whenever I try to launch a file, even one I just created, in Ulysses, I get It's driving me nuts. It's been since I got my system to 10.9. Now it's 10.9.4, and Ulysses 2.2 (build 2.2). Now there IS a newer version of Ulysses available, but it's Ulysses 3 and it's not a free upgrade. I'd rather get this one to run on my system first, then upgrade later when or if I feel like it. And NOT just because my app refuses to function. It worked fine before 10.9. Although then it was on a different Mac, and I think in 10.7.
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  • Giaguara's Avatar
    July 22nd, 2014, 02:25 PM
    flowers
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  • Giaguara's Avatar
    July 22nd, 2014, 02:09 PM
    Perhaps... Even Newtons still have some cool features the current iToys don't, yet... instead of going thru all the hassles trying to get it work (or to find battery replacements) it'll just be a cool piece of history on display. And the iPhone and iPad will have all the contacts and skypes and whatnot.
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  • DeltaMac's Avatar
    July 21st, 2014, 10:16 PM
    Yes, I often wonder why all those companies abandoned the prime market that included PDAs :D Must be somehow related to all those smartphones, and then tablets, I'm guessing. Palm (then HP) pretty much ignored Apple for their hardware for anything after Leopard (OS X 10.5.8) Along with SGilbert, I would think that the iOS devices are a good choice, and those claim to be usable with the Mac :D Those iOS devices have many more capabilities than the older PDAs. Time to move on, eh?
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  • SGilbert's Avatar
    July 21st, 2014, 08:00 PM
    iPhone, iPad, iPod? Palm has been out of business for quite awhile, as have all PDA's that I know of.
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  • Fredrik King's Avatar
    July 21st, 2014, 06:58 PM
    Hi, Is there any Palm or similar handheld organizer out there that is compatible with the iMac using Mavericks? I'm getting the impression that PDAs are simply not usable with Mac, which strikes me as monumentally moronic. Sparrowhawk
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  • DeltaMac's Avatar
    July 18th, 2014, 06:00 PM
    I predict the new iPad will be called - (wait for it!) ...
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  • mamameya's Avatar
    July 17th, 2014, 10:31 PM
    I saw the question somewhere else and I think it is interesting. What do you think the new iPad will be called? what are meant to be the key features and USP for the new iPad?
    1 replies | 267 view(s)
  • mamameya's Avatar
    July 17th, 2014, 10:24 PM
    exotic
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  • g/re/p's Avatar
    July 17th, 2014, 12:25 AM
    singularity
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  • Satcomer's Avatar
    July 13th, 2014, 11:38 AM
    To me it's Tim's (or everyones else's) personal business and shouldn't be some "bloggers" business what someone do in their own sphere. To me this is just being done to try to give Apple and black eye. I just wish people would stay out other peoples bedroom! IMHO being gay today is nothing new and there are many other things people need to worry about.
    3 replies | 612 view(s)
  • Cheryl's Avatar
    July 13th, 2014, 07:53 AM
    Cheryl replied to a thread GMail Users on iOS at risk in iPhone
    You can use Mail rather than the Gmail App. I found Gmail App bothersome, so got rid of it and use iOS Mail for the accounts I really need to check on.
    1 replies | 365 view(s)
  • Satcomer's Avatar
    July 12th, 2014, 10:48 AM
    Maybe all iOS GMail user should read the blog post Security Disclosure: Google’s iOS Gmail App Potential Target for Threat Actors. This news makes me wonder about using GMail on an iOS device. :eek:
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  • bbloke's Avatar
    July 9th, 2014, 07:28 PM
    It wasn't the most interesting article I've ever read, but it didn't anger me either. I think I'm missing something.
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  • roninsmurf's Avatar
    July 6th, 2014, 07:09 PM
    seems like chmod 777 isnt a great idea? please advise, Satcomer http://superuser.com/questions/300743/sudo-chmod-r-777
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  • roninsmurf's Avatar
    July 5th, 2014, 06:20 PM
    and misterme, as I understand satcomers chmod advice, it's not about naming. >Do you know your hard drive's name? You will need the name in place of YOURHARDRIVE: Code: sudo chmod 777 /Volumes/YOURHARDDRIVE Then press return and put in your password and let it run until you get another prompt. After it finished immediately reboot your Mac and this should help your situation.
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  • roninsmurf's Avatar
    July 5th, 2014, 03:28 PM
    thank you misterme, for you thoughts. the way you describe your migration process sounds a lot like my process. here's a rundown of mine: used superduper to make a full clone of the internal mbp2011 HGST HDD onto an external LACIE firewire HDD. Still connecting the LACIE by firewire, restarted the computer/ booted from the external LACIE (via firewire) and checked that everything worked. It did -- tho admittedly, I did not run EVERY application -- just ran osx + firefox and saw that all my data files were where I'd thought they'd be. ran ms word, too, I think. Then: moved HDD...
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  • MisterMe's Avatar
    July 4th, 2014, 07:51 PM
    No, I am not saying erase anything. I gather that /Library/Receipts/ was copied along with everything else from your old HDD. I am, however, even more skeptical about your diagnosis of permissions problems. Earlier this year, I had cause to replace a Power Mac G5 with a compatible model. The new computer had to be back online and fully-functional as soon as I had jacked-up the old computer and slipped the "new" one under it. This is what I did: I used Carbon Copy Cloner to make a complete bootable clone of the old computer's hard drive on a MacOS Extended (Journaled)-formatted...
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  • roninsmurf's Avatar
    July 4th, 2014, 03:06 PM
    to be clear: folders that are read-only: (tho the folders enclosed therein may not be) : ssd main volume folder users system library utilities applications and documents/movies/etc seem to be read/write ... which is what I'd expect. could this relate to my applications aborting and not connecting? I'm clueless. just a guess - cuz again: most of my problems seem to be related to things that animate or connect to the internet (so maybe java?)
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  • roninsmurf's Avatar
    July 4th, 2014, 03:04 PM
    thank you satcomer! I googled what chmod777 does -- seems a bit scary this would (kinda arbitrarily?) convert all the files on my SSD to read/write, yes? is that a good thing? wouldn't that get me into a mess of changing files that SHOULD be read-only? (although I see no reason why anything should be read-only on my computer -- but I clearly don't really get these concepts fully.) I'm worried this would be like saying "apply to enclosed items" on the get info panel -- which might make my problems worse? (or am I mixing up "permissions" and "read/write") I do like the idea of having...
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  • roninsmurf's Avatar
    July 4th, 2014, 02:59 PM
    thank you misterme -- so does that mean I should erase the library/receipts on the SSD and re-copy the folder from the old HDD? (I get that this is not magic ;)
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  • Satcomer's Avatar
    July 4th, 2014, 11:46 AM
    Do you know your hard drive's name? You will need the name in place of YOURHARDRIVE: sudo chmod 777 /Volumes/YOURHARDDRIVE Then press return and put in your password and let it run until you get another prompt. After it finished immediately reboot your Mac and this should help your situation.
    11 replies | 1938 view(s)
  • MisterMe's Avatar
    July 4th, 2014, 08:30 AM
    Permissions are not some magic file attributes that are damaged for mysterious reasons or that require incantations to repair. Each application's permissions settings are maintained in the /Library/Receipts/ folder by the.pkg bundle that was created when the application was installed. To repair permissions is to restore your permissions settings to the values in the application's receipt .pkg bundle. If your diagnosis of permissions problems is correct , then you did not clone everything when you moved your files to the SSD. Among the files not clones were those in /Library/Receipts/. If...
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