Originally Posted By: DLCOriginally Posted By: musicalmarv7Maybe he could be right about organizing matters but even the CDC and the rest of the medical profession really is in the dark about this virus.It mutates into over 60 kinds which is a real p
My Favorite Animal Our teacher asked what my favorite animal was, and I said, "Fried chicken." She said I wasn't funny, but she couldn't have been right, because everyone else laughed. My parents told me to always tell the truth. I did
Originally Posted By: DLCforgot bout that !! The small orange print doesn't show up too well. Yes... metamorphosis... the tiny orange letters say; “...or am I a butterfly dreaming she’s a woman?” "borrowed" from an ancient Chinese
O.K.. I found the trick(s). When you're in large-screen mode, there's a box that appears in the Apple panel at the top-middle of the iTunes window. This can be used to minimize the window. Once minimized, there's an "x" within a circle
BTW, if it works on another TV I'm not saying that there is something wrong with the first TV, it may be some obscure incompatibility. For example, below is a link to a long thread about the same problem. It starts out with AppleTV problems but invo
...perhaps because he's been mentioned twice in the last week...? His was one of the many forums to which I belonged (however briefly) and abandoned due to some argumentative arse who jumpt on every post in his forum specifically dedicated to
Originally Posted By: Jim_ Copy your Mail preferences too. Bookmarks can be copied over too. Years ago when I realized Snow Leopard's Mail didn't play well with iCloud, I used some convoluted work-around preference settings that actually worked an
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