heh..full screen mode on my 23" looked neat but slow here. <br><br>I did the updates and the restart put me in a grey screen with a Type in "Mac-Boot" to continue starting up or type something else in to shut down. Tried to restart and it went black..with the fans kicking in.<br><br>What would be cool is if you could do like they showed with the iPhone: Click on the album cover and it flips around to show you the songs.<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by OSXaddict on 03/05/07 06:02 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
What would be cool is if you could do like they showed with the iPhone: Click on the album cover and it flips around to show you the songs.<br><br>That will come with the new touch screen iMacs - no keyboard needed. <br><br>
Loc: Yuba City, California
Yeah, some other items of note are the Parental control in iTunes Preferences now includes movie and television show restrictions based on MPAA ratings.<br><br>There is also an Apple TV Preference pane in the iTunes Preferences.<br><br>I haven't experienced any problems after installing both pieces.<br><br><br>M i c h a e l (OFI)
I'm sticking with iTunes 6.0.5 (which I retrograded to a couple of months ago so I could get back the use of Volume Logic). A far as QT goes, I upgraded that, but, man, if I needed QT Pro, I'd be mighty fed up by now with Apple's policy of voiding your Pro license with nearly every version update. Last time I had a Pro key was 3 or 4 years ago. Just not on my gotta have it list (and for porn, I just hang a sheet on the garage wall and haul out the old Bell & Howle 8mm )<br><br>
All I know is that with the last 2 updates, and one probably 2 jumps back, I recall seeing the disclaimer in the SU window. If you've gone from 4 to 7 without getting hit, you're living a charmed life.<br><br>
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