Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'macOS' started by mhasman, Aug 28, 2005.
Apple and Mac OS have changed quite a bit throughout the years - Mac OS is now 21 years old!
Hey! You copied that from my site, and are leeching my bandwidth by using the images on my server to boot! I don't mind you wanting to share my page with other people, but would you please just post a link instead of ripping it off my page? Thank you!
For those that are curious, here's my page: http://iindigo3d.com/blog/?page_id=40
Interesting. But on the Tiger screenshot. The browser is Camio?
No, that's surfDude, a browser I programmed myself.
Heh... take a look at the original poster's link and see what happens when you try to leech images off of my server :evil:
The guy should be banned!... isn't that stealing!!!??
Lol. I clicked the link first, and was trying to figure out what happened. That was good. Hopefully he doesn't try to pull something stupid like that again. I actually was looking at your site a few hours ago. Could you change the HTML on the correct site, so i can see it. I'm curious now.
Edit: I see you fixed it on your site, but now it's back on his.
Hey Indigo, you have a few of the same leecher photos on your own page... must not have updated to the correct link...
EDIT: Well then, I guess you just updated it!
Gah, thanks for the heads up, I will fix that right away.
EDIT: Clear your cache and refresh my page, Safari is showing the wrong images.
Nope, it's not back on his - that's a result of Safari's overcache-ing. Clear cache and reload his page.
It didn't work. Safari still displays the leeching images on both. You need to reupload the images under different names, and also change the HTML to show the right images.
Just read through the entire article! GREAT Job!
Just a few facts I am confused about.
"Mac OS X 10.2 would be the last Mac OS to use Microsoft Internet Explorer as the default browser."
and you also state:
"Mac OS X 10.3 would be the last Mac OS to bundle Microsoft Internet Explorer."
That just means that while IE was the default in 10.2, it was included in 10.3 but was NOT the default? Correct?
"System 7.5.3, an update for 7.5, was the first to be referenced to as Mac OS in a few places, mainly in the startup screen."
"System 7.6 was the first system to be referred to as Mac OS in the startup screen."
NOT trying to critize here! Just trying to help out and understand!!!
I have edited the original post to point to your page.
Both are incorrect
Either 7.5.1 or 7.5.2 was the first to call it "Mac OS" on the startup screen.