dont want to egg virus makers on, and they dont want to make a big deal about it in case the situation changes, this way no one can get mad at them as a company about the first virus when it comes, which i'm sure it is bound to eventuallymarquitin said:Interesting... not a word about viruses.
They probably don't want a foot in their mouth when someone warns of a Mac virus and all the media gets hyped up about nothing. Plus there is enough wrong with Windows for them to cover.marquitin said:Interesting... not a word about viruses.
Except in Tiger Mail where setting up an account walks you through a "wizard" unless you hold down option when you click the + button.me_94501 said:Nor will it lead you through an endless conversation with a so-called wizard.
Sounds like your more of an unlucky user. We haven't upgraded to 10.4 yet because 10.3 works for us. I wouldn't say that Apple is lieing when they say that it "doesn't crash". Any stable version of 10x shouldn't crash although certain applications running on it could cause it to hang intermittantly if they are conflicting with the rest of the system which is sometimes to be expected.iMThomas said:"It doesn't crash" eh? BS. Lots and lots of BS. I'm a single 1.8 g5 rev B owner and it crashed again yesterday because of that damn bug in Tiger related to Quicktime movies in Safari, full-screen OpenGL accelerated things like slide shows and video games, and full-screen DVD playing through DVD player. These things are still not fixed at 10.4.2 and my computer still crashes doing these things if I leave it on for more than 2 hours before trying. Stupid stupid. Even Apple says they don't know why it's doing it but that they know a lot of people are "having the problem."
Still waiting for a fix. I wonder if I can sue for false advertising since "it doesn't crash" is obviously a damned dirty lie at this point.
At least we don't have to deal with wizards when performing everyday tasks (e.g. importing photos, burning discs, etc... whereas in OS X they're normally confined to setup).Applespider said:Except in Tiger Mail where setting up an account walks you through a "wizard" unless you hold down option when you click the + button.
That just started being rendered correctly with the advent of safari 1.3 and 2.0 the vbulletin admincp also uses that and all the time before it would not show up like that it would be the same text and same location as the rest of the drop down, just wouldn't be clickable, but once 1.3 came out it changed.nagromme said:I never saw that "optgroup label" trick done before--the subheadings indside the retail dropdown on the Buying page. You learn something new every day!
Yeah, I don't know why it's not used more often.nagromme said:I never saw that "optgroup label" trick done before--the subheadings indside the retail dropdown on the Buying page. You learn something new every day!