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Discussion in 'macOS' started by evangelion-01, Oct 26, 2006.
You tell me...
That's really annoying.. I'm going to watch this.. Hopefully someone can help you out.
reinstall. it happened to me. if you just reinstall and nothing else it should still have your library and everything
reinstall the combo update. That fixed mine.
Slightly off topic, but could the OP please post his/her camera make and model? I've never seen a sharper close-up shot than that.
Also off topic. Is that Uno or Leopard?
I would assume that it is a screen shot. No camera involved as the computer is what made the image.
Looks like a work by Grabb.app to me.
Hope OP will get it fixed.
is it me or is that Leopard? If it is, you could expect some problems by an OS at a beta stage...
its UNO, not leopard.
and i believe this is a problem with iTunes 7 and not your system as a whole.
thats how it happened to me last time
We've seen screenshots of the latest developer's build of Leopard and it doesn't look anything like that. It's UNO for sure...
As for the OP, why not try resetting PRAM, or have you even tried a simple restart?
It's a screenshot and yeah, it's uno... itunes stoped working after i installed uno now that you mention it... I reseted the pram and uninstalled itunes... but i cant install it now, the installer sais there is nothing to install and it wont let me select the boxes for itunes/phone.... help?
If you're trying to install iTunes for Mac OS X but all of the components in the installer have their checkboxes unselected and dimmed (disabled, and therefore not installable), follow the steps below to install iTunes.
1. Quit the iTunes installer.
2. Quit iTunes (if open).
3. Open the /Library/Receipts folder in the Finder.
4. Drag the following files to the Trash:
* iTunesX.pkg (where X is a version number)
5. Open the iTunes installer again and proceed with the installation.
Just search for those files, delete em and it will let you install again... just posting in case this happens to someone else.
Command-Shift-4. Creates a little thing for screenshots. Find for yourself.
wasn't it widely posted on here that UNO breaks iTunes 7 ?
Ok I did that and I get a cross hairs icon, then what do I do?
Honestly, I had always thought that a screen shot meant taking a picture of your screen with a digital camera.
I have UNO 1.2 and it works fine on both my Macs with iTunes 7.
Click the crosshair and then drag to make a box of what you want to be captured. The resulting PNG image will be created on your Desktop. Alternatively, you can press COMMAND-SHIFT-3 to capture the entire screen or COMMAND-SHIFT-4-SPACE to capture just a window.
COMMAND-SHIFT-x is a great shortcut. Really fantastic. Beats having to load Paint on XP .
MJ I swear, If I was a young attractive female, I would fly to Australia and throw myself at you.
Haha, thanks... I think...
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