I haven't read much on it, but I wonder if those people were doing upgrades instead of clean installs. Which makes the blue screen a little ironic...
Heh, that monitor looks just like the crappy one I was given at work (microsoft shop). They should have used the XP blue screen instead, though. (YES, even XP has it if you turn an automatic reboot option off)
I installed Leopard on an external HD and kept my original Tiger system in tact just to test my apps....SO far so good.
For the person w/ the ID problem....I have not had any problems yet...have to play w/ it more though...LOTS MORE! But perhaps doing a clean install and then manually dragging over prefs and such is a better option? Seems to be that way so far based on all my reading over at the apple site!
It has been fun though playing around w/ leopard, knowing my tiger system is still in tact! Best to install and test for now...
in this case, I get to have my cake, and eat it too!
| Valerie |
"Make sure the fortune that you seek is the fortune that you need"
I still think they could do so much more with the Finder, but it's not bad. Quickview and that cover flow thing are great. If you're dealing with a bunch of Adobe files (other than regular images), I'd still say Bridge is the better choice. Unless Adobe works with Apple on getting all their files to work in cover flow, that would be sweet.
I asked my mac tech support what he thought of Leopard and he right away told me not to go there. He said it doesn't work very well with Acrobat Professional or Distiller (which I need).
So I will wait until he decides that he wants to sell it to me.
I figure I can trust him. He gets benefits when we buy new products from him, but he also has to fix any potential problems. Right now, he figures the problems associated with Leopard far outweigh any benefits he would gain by selling it.
It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn't use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like "What about lunch?"– Winnie the Pooh
Well, for one thing, logo design is a terrible entry point for a new designer trying to find clients and establish themselves. There are excellent designers with years of experience who avoid logo design...