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Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by Gwardys, May 9, 2006.
nice. i would say its also a testiment to the length of your attention span
iBook G4 / 800, back at that ass.
Great computer, great OS.
LOL, best post ever ahahah
The PowerMac 5500 couldn't handle it. I had a BUNCH on the screen, a message came up warning that stickies was low on memory. The screenshot just appeared as all white, that was strange, but it was after I closed stickies. Too bad I don't have a screenshot, if I am really bored, I will have to try that again sometime.
I don't know either- but it sure is quite amusing!
uhm i deleted stickies, 'cause theres a widget.
but i lauchned every application including utilities, and it got back on track after like...30-40 seconds.
but what's between System prefs and Word in the OP? just curious. cheers
I was actually going to ask the same.
i can see it now "Oh and one more thing the new 13" MacBook. It can handle 4.5x more stickies than the ibook..." Steve Jobs -WWDC '06
Ha, I can see it now.
Such amazing power the MacBook will offer!
Sorry I asked this question at the Mac Application Forum but nobody answer, and since this thread is about stickies... well here goes..
yesterday I was trying to put in practice that lates OSX tip of the week, about translucent stickies... by pressing cmd + opt + T.
But everytime I tried to open stickies it will start bouncing and bouncing... and then nothing and when finally the sticki appeared my whole computer got slow.. and then freeze.. until I force quited stickies...
I have Main Menu, so I ran a Disk utility deleted .DS files, and reboot my computer... and again tried... and had the same issue with stikies...
BTW I did not even tried to open more than just 1 stickie...
So do you mean that Stickies will do this (bounce in the dock and freeze) before you do anything -- i.e. when you first start the program?
Try to spotlight the file com.apple.Stickies.plist and move it from wherever it is to the desktop (but don't copy it -- remove it from the original location, and do it while the Stickies program is closed). Then open the Stickies program. If everything is back to normal, delete the copy of this file that's on the desktop.
Turn it into a smiley face. Only then will I have respect for you.
Yes, that would be even cooler! Or perhaps, you could make an Apple logo out of those stickies.
First of all THANKS, finally somebody answered.
Now, the problem is this, I click on stickies (which is on my dock btw) it will start bouncing then the fu... beach color ball will appear and everything will turn slower... not even expose works...
I'll try that com.apple.stickies.plist and let you know... thanks mkrishnan!
How much RAM was used for that?
Dude, I posted 35 minutes after you made your post... lower the ritalin dose!
J/K Sorry no one saw your post wherever else you posted it. Hope this solves the issue.
I would say all of it.
i too was disappointed when i saw that it wasnt a smiley face
I deleted the com.apple.Stickies.plist and now is working SMOOTH!
BTW what is ritalin???
Yay, so glad that it worked.
Ritalin is a stimulant medication ... if you're not ADHD, it'll make you a little jumpy.
My macbook has two gigs of ram. And I did while watching T.V. so it was quite easy.
Anyways, the program I have inbetween Word and System Prefrences, is called pearlyrics. It allows you do automatically download lyrics for any music played in iTunes. Acctually, I dont even know why that is there. The widget version is allways running, and it saves me from opening the program everytime I open iTunes.
The main site is down, but you can still google the program.