Re: What is this? by Jerry Jorgenson 9 years ago LLBean should be reputable, but it shouldn't put up a FB certificate either. Although you can't get a virus on a Mac, there is malware--typically trojans--that can fool you into installing something y
How can a scrolling bar dissappear? by Sorin Mi 9 years ago After updating my website one of the pages had the scrolling bar vanished (the vertical bar on the right hand side). Now it's impossible to scroll. I tried on other computer and my iPhone - the scroll
Re: How can a scrolling bar dissappear? by Jerry Jorgenson 9 years ago The first step is to try a different user account (create a new one if there isn't one) and see if the problem is there or not. If the other account has the scroll bars, then there is likely a problem
Locked drives - big problem by Mendy Grauman 9 years ago Hi I am hoping someone can help me. I am running a Mac Pro running 10.6.7 Earlier today, i was trying to share some folders with other people on my network. i did something that was pretty stupid. i j
Re: Locked drives - big problem by Jerry Jorgenson 9 years ago Note that you don't need to "enable root", you just need to become root. sudo su - It will then ask for your password and you are root. (Don't forget the dash, and don't forget to exit when finished.
Installing ram on new Mac Pro by ron darby 9 years ago I got my new 8 core Mac Pro still in the box, plus 24 gigs of otherworld ram still in it's box Is there any reason I need to turn on (for it's first time) my mac before I yank out the original ram and
Monitor Problem by Michael Harrington 9 years ago I have the 30" Cinema Display for a few years now and working without problem till I must of accidentally hit a wrong setting yesterday. The problem is this, finder window now displays larger than the
Lighting for a Sitcom by William Kamp 9 years ago Hello lovely Cows. I have another question for those of you who have a much larger field vocabulary than me. I am DP'ing a sitcom pilot very soon and would like to hear what some of the equipment I wo
Re: Lighting for a Sitcom by Jerry Jorgenson 9 years ago Lowel makes a range of portable lighting equipment that doesn't require permanent mounting. So do others, but the ones I've used are from Lowel.