יום חמישי, 19 במאי 2011

Screenshot Windows 7

Screenshot Windows 7. version of Windows 7 theme
  • version of Windows 7 theme

  • Gibsonsoup
    Oct 2, 09:30 AM
    here's mine for this month


    Screenshot Windows 7. Windows 7
  • Windows 7

  • tredstone
    Apr 16, 11:26 AM
    How did you do the Tiger dock in SL?

    Screenshot Windows 7. out a few Windows 7 Vienna
  • out a few Windows 7 Vienna

  • Drucifer
    Dec 30, 11:21 AM
    I have a few for $20 each, they are new and unopened, I got 5 for Christmas!!! LOL

    Five for Christmas. :eek: Maybe you should have asked for some other items as well.

    Screenshot Windows 7. screenshot windows 7 macbook
  • screenshot windows 7 macbook

  • applemike
    Feb 4, 03:46 PM
    i have no links its a photo i took on our trip to vegas.

    Thank you for the quick reply.
    It's a shame, very nice photo there. Thank you anyway

    Screenshot Windows 7. on Windows 7 - Witopiawiki
  • on Windows 7 - Witopiawiki

  • Sam0r
    Oct 6, 06:25 PM
    Something like this is what i had in mind..

    Crappy photoshop job attached.

    Screenshot Windows 7. Windows 7 screenshot e
  • Windows 7 screenshot e

  • Schizoid
    Apr 8, 07:22 AM
    Fine for a hand-held nostalgic trip, but the controls are the biggest let-down.

    Some iPad games have this spot on,like Llamasoft's Minotaur Rescue and Minotron... brilliant and well thought out controls, the Atari pack games are just whack a massive joystick on the screen and hope your finger's in the right place...

    If you really want a decent bash at those old-school high scores, get MAME for Mac... the iCade may improve matters but I prefer Mac+Xbox controller...

    Anyone for Rainbow Islands? ;)

    Screenshot Windows 7. every element of Windows 7
  • every element of Windows 7

  • E3BK
    Jan 7, 04:21 PM
    As it seems that Tweetie will never re-implement the old RT style, I've been playing with a few other apps. I don't mind paying for apps that give me what I'm looking for. I cross my fingers for an update but I doubt I will ever pay for another app from Loren. Unfortunate since it was my favorite app until the last update. I paid for it twice and recommended it to so many people. The RT style is a big deal to me. Sorry. His unwillingness to listen to users that paid for his app really bothers me.

    Twittelator is feature packed but maybe too much so? There's a lot of control over the look but it just always feels cluttered to me.

    Simplytweet is also a pretty good app but a bit outdated as they haven't updated in a while with the new features. But it's a nice simple app with Push. The dev is working on a new app and I'm really looking forward to it. I got this for free when it was first released and I'd be willing to pay for the new app if it looks good.

    Twitbird Pro is another one I got for free when it was first released and I've started using it again since the last update. It rocks my socks! I've not paid for the push feature but I really don't need it since I get an SMS when I get DM's and check it often enough. lol. I love the themes and how you can change the background image. It has all the features I want and none of that extra crap no one uses. Who the hell cares about Favstar????

    One thing I *really* want to see more of is being able to post to Flickr. That is probably one of the things I miss most about Tweetie (even though it's not native).

    Screenshot Windows 7. Windows 7: Official
  • Windows 7: Official

  • buckwheat987
    Mar 17, 08:23 PM
    like this thread?

    Screenshot Windows 7. screenshot of Windows 7
  • screenshot of Windows 7

  • kirk26
    Apr 7, 08:40 AM
    How about that lame safari bug when you click on a YouTube link the browser turns blank?

    Don't keep your eyes closed then.

    Screenshot Windows 7. windows screenshot
  • windows screenshot

  • ErikGrim
    Oct 5, 08:16 PM
    This is news? I heard about these things (and saw screenshots, and videos) back in August when people got ahold of the Leopard WWDC preview and broke their NDAs (or pirated it).Correct. This was leaked the day after Leopard Preview was released. Sheesh.

    Screenshot Windows 7. for Windows 7 screenshot 1
  • for Windows 7 screenshot 1

  • SciFrog
    Jan 25, 03:10 PM
    My 2007 MacPro 2,1 could use a boost also. Sadly it would make sense to replace it with a 27'' iMac with these new 3.4Ghz SandyBridge chip whenever it comes out. I can't really justify buying a 12 core machine just for Folding...

    Screenshot Windows 7. Screenshot; Windows Service
  • Screenshot; Windows Service

  • techfreak85
    Apr 23, 12:04 AM
    I have only been folding with my GPUs since folding the CPU puts off way too much heat. Im hoping to have my air conditioning hooked up soon, it's all free since I work in the sheet metal/hvac trade :p

    Hmm... I would have guessed that GPUs (not to mention 4:eek:;)) put off a lot more heat and power usage than a CPU at 100%.

    Screenshot Windows 7. screenshot - Windows 7
  • screenshot - Windows 7

  • BornToMac
    Sep 1, 05:46 AM
    Sticking with my Miami Heat summer theme, again:


    That guy better look out... It looks like that cloud is getting ready to rain on his head. ;)

    Screenshot Windows 7. Windows 7 TortoiseSVN for
  • Windows 7 TortoiseSVN for

  • DewGuy1999
    May 4, 08:50 PM
    I'm using OS X 10.4.11 Tiger so this may be different on a newer version of OS X. Do you mean Personal Web Sharing? If so, anything you want to share will need to be in the Sites folder of your User folder. There should be a sample html file and some image files in there already to get you started.

    Screenshot Windows 7. screenshot windows 7 macbook
  • screenshot windows 7 macbook

  • LagunaSol
    Mar 23, 04:35 PM
    I like the Aurora ALX so shoot me now for daring to like a PC!! I like it's design and case and I CANNOT buy that on anything else. (emphasis mine)

    Thankfully. :eek:

    Screenshot Windows 7. Thoosje Windows 7 Sidebar
  • Thoosje Windows 7 Sidebar

  • lullu
    May 4, 03:41 PM
    I have the red laser app on my phone for scanning barcodes and it no longer works. I added 3 other scanning apps and they don't work either. Does anyone have a solution? I turned the phone off for a while but that didn't fix the problem.

    Screenshot Windows 7. Screenshot of Windows 7 Beta
  • Screenshot of Windows 7 Beta

  • PWC
    Apr 30, 09:05 AM
    Not that I know of for sure, but the concept seems VERY familiar to me. As if I have read / seen it somewhere. Good luck

    Screenshot Windows 7. The Sims 3 Windows Phone 7
  • The Sims 3 Windows Phone 7

  • Mr. McMac
    Sep 5, 04:03 PM
    Thank You. Looks awesome on my MBP.

    You are welcome! Glad you like it :)

    Screenshot Windows 7. screenshot windows phone 7
  • screenshot windows phone 7

  • ECUpirate44
    Apr 6, 03:24 PM
    Jailbreak (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IOS_jailbreaking)

    Mar 4, 09:44 PM
    Yeah, big boss and pay for them :rolleyes: That's no fun :p
    Also, are you aware of an alternate source for the theme "Ifrozen" it was a sweet theme from ispazio, but their repo is down :mad:

    Apr 21, 01:10 PM
    Try removing a stick of RAM or reseating them. This may fix your problem.

    Oct 18, 06:01 PM
    I would change the 'boldness' of the font so that 'iPod' is thin and 'Life' is thick.

    Nice '+' icon BTW. :)

    Analog Kid
    Oct 5, 09:10 PM
    I did, in fact, mean using JavaScript on page load to disable the user from changing the size of the textarea, not within my browser. It's like using CSS to disable the dotted border Firefox puts around links when they are active.

    Form elements, and the divs that contain them, often need either fixed widths or have widths that are proportional to their containers.

    Take Google (http://www.google.com). Depending on how the layout is set up (this is just hypothetical), resizing the search box would push those three links next to it off into oblivion if they were all in a div that was fixed or proportional to the page width. It doesn't matter if Safari "dynamically redraws the page" since the div would still be calculated to be the same. Worse yet, depending on its overflow attribute, they could be pushed onto a new line.

    I'd really not like to see Safari become the next IE 5. It already has its share of JavaScript bugs. This would just mean us designers would have to spend that much more time envisioning what would happen if a user resized every form element on every page and incorporating it into our layouts. This is why I hope there's a way to disable it outright.
    Funny, this was the feature from the list I thought would be most useful. In particular, it would be useful when posting to MacRumors-- I'd love to make this little box bigger...

    I hear where you're coming from though. Hopefully Apple would honor CSS clues that the field should remain fixed-- for example if you've set up pixel accurate sizing, you probably don't want it resized.

    If nothing else, remember that the user is the one that resized it, not the browser. Even if the other elements get shoved around and the layout made ugly, the user will have seen their actions responsible for pushing things around.

    Sep 17, 04:24 PM
    Again, I wonder how this relates to Apple's strategy for X-San http://www.apple.com/xsan

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