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Discussion in 'MacBook' started by romeo321, Aug 29, 2010.

  1. romeo321 macrumors newbie

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    Is .txt, .exe, and .doc compatible with Mac OS?
    Does RapidShare manager work on Mac OS?
    Does .avi work on Mac?

    Are there any Video players on MAC OS, like AllPlayer, Vplayer, Media Player Classic on Windows?
     
  2. stridemat Moderator

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    See in bold.
     
  3. romeo321 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I was in shop yesterday and there were 2 Macbooks, Macbook&Macbook Pro.
    In Macbook Pro the icons which close etc. something were like that:
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    and in Macbook they were white.
    The colour of them depends on kind of Macbook, or the MAC OS version?
     
  4. stridemat Moderator

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    It shouldn't matter which Mac you are using. It should all look like the picture you posted.
     
  5. romeo321 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I can't find a picture, but in Macbook these icons were white/grey.
     
  6. Menge macrumors 6502a

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    The grey ones are due to the MacBook being configured with e Graphite theme. It's a built in OS X theme variation where buttons are grey-ish instead of all-colorful.
     
  7. Ivan P macrumors 68030

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    In System Preferences you can change the look of those buttons between the coloured ones and white/grey ones like what you're describing (it's technically called "graphite"). This option is available on all Macs, but by default they are all red/yellow/green - someone must have messed around with the system settings.

    Also, if you open another window the coloured buttons in every other window will turn graphite, while only the active window shows the coloured buttons (see screenshot for example).
     

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  8. romeo321 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thank you for all answers.
    And Last question; Does RuneScape(a game) work on MAC OS?
     
  9. Simmity macrumors newbie

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    Yes, runescape will work as it is a JAVA based game, it will run in the browser, and therefore not OS dependent.
     
  10. spinnerlys Guest

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    Also have a look at the following links (if you haven't already), as the information presented there might be helpful in your future endeavours into Mac OS X and could clear up initial confusion and may even prevent harm to your system or your files.

    Mac OS X Basics
    Switch 101 - guide with articles made by Apple on how to accustom yourself, after you switched to Mac OS X from Windows​

    Mac 101 - How to get started with Mac OS X​

    Find out how - tutorial videos made by Apple on how to do certain thing in Mac OS X​

    Pro tips - tips made available by Apple for easier ways of doing certain tasks​

    Mac OS X Keyboard Shortcuts - Learn about common Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts.​

    Mac OS X Beginner's Guide by MacRumors - learn about software, media players, shortcuts and some useful tips, tricks and hints​

    Mac Guides - tutorials, product guides and more​

    MRoogle - a very effective tool to search these fora using Google and made available by edesignuk, introductory threads: 1, 2 and 3

     

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