This is a fact.apunkrockmonk said:It only works on the 22nd of every month because the very first powermac was released on March 22nd 1994.
Just kidding, I have no idea. Also, it was March 1994 but probably not the 22nd.
I'm fairly sure it was on the default install as well. (Since when you do a restore if you use "Easy Install" the package is included.)MacProDude said:ok, that's very different from installed by default. Thanks for the tip! I doubt I would have looked and found it on my own.
Very interesting! Perhaps Apple is releasing some kind of accessory for Mac Pro owners? Or maybe new Cinema Displays with built-in IR receivers.Fedge said:I'd like to dig this thread up. I too would love to have Front Row working on my mac pro. I also noticed that it get installed when you do a software update. FrontRow.app can be found in /System/Library/CoreServices/Front Row.app
The application is there. We just need to figure out how to activate it. I'm going to play around with some things, and hopefully other people will be inclined to do so as well. If anyone discovers anything, share it with us!
EDIT: The version number is 1.2.3 The latest version number that appears on apple's site is 1.2.2. Hmm....