share MAC OS X turn off

Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by scud, May 8, 2009.

  1. scud

    scud Member

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    We all know there is no perfect OS. Different OS have flaws.

    Share simple things that turns you off on MAC OS X and how did you compensate with it.

    my share:

    I can't view the image I crop and enhance in I-photo that I paste in a *.doc file. I opened

    the file in MS office in Windows and at the image part it say's "Quicktime and a

    decompressor are needed to

    see this picture". What I do is print the document in pdf and it works!:D
     
  2. paparazzi

    paparazzi Well-Known Member

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    The problem is not with OS X.

    MS Office Mac 2008 is the problem and updating to SP1 supposedly fixes the issue.

    Read more here.

     
  3. paparazzi

    paparazzi Well-Known Member

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    And while you're at it maybe you can choose a better title for this thread...
     
  4. scud

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    I see thanks for the info sir!
     
  5. scud

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    Although my sharing was off the topic's title, I want to hear from our fellow philmug users

    too..
     
  6. leeweiss23

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    just new of using mac,

    my share is :
    > when i cut & paste a file, sometimes its hard drag and dropping files.
    > when i only use the keyboard by opening the folder but when i try to hit-enter it enable rename the folder.
     
  7. paparazzi

    paparazzi Well-Known Member

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    Hitting the enter key on a folder will indeed rename it. You'll want to press CMD+down_arrow to open the folder.
     
  8. chetiboy

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    the fact that I have to command+A and command+o sets of pictures to view them all in Preview instead of just clicking on and viewing away. *shrug* gotten used to year a year on a mac
     

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