Recent Posts

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10
1
The Rest... / Re: Ubuntu
« Last post by Ear on Today at 07:09:17 PM »
Ubuntu is pretty slick these days. I keep a bootable Ubuntu thumb drive in my backpack, cuz, you know...
2
Macintosh / Re: iMac Suddenly Super Slow
« Last post by Joe on Today at 05:28:17 PM »
Yes...Illustrator 1 came on a single 5.25" floppy disk. Seriously!  :rotf:
3
Tips & Tricks / Re: Split 10up BC template from Word to Separate Pages
« Last post by abc on Today at 04:46:28 PM »
I forgot to mention this only works in PitStop 2019.
I can't think of any reason there could be a difference. What are the differences?
4
Macintosh / Re: iMac Suddenly Super Slow
« Last post by born2print on Today at 04:01:38 PM »
AMEN! Especially Apple. I remember when PShop came on a handful of floppies.  :cane:
5
Tips & Tricks / Re: Split 10up BC template from Word to Separate Pages
« Last post by AlanV on Today at 03:50:10 PM »
ABC,

When we run your action on different computers we get different results. The only difference we notice is that one has FusionPro installed on it.

Alan
6
Adobe Acrobat / Re: tool names
« Last post by david on Today at 03:47:48 PM »
cool, thanks, I like that even better.

 :afro:
7
Macintosh / Re: iMac Suddenly Super Slow
« Last post by Joe on Today at 03:39:57 PM »
I've been trying to find time to do a fresh install of Mojave. When I installed I installed it over Sierra. And ever since then every time I double click anything there is about 2 second wait before anything happens. They couldn't have designed it to do that right? So a fresh install should tell me if it is designed that way (stupid) or funky (poor coding) because it wasn't a clean install. But yeah the bloat has gotten out of hand. I'm talking to you Adobe. And Apple. And Kodak. And a bunch of you others too!
8
Macintosh / Re: iMac Suddenly Super Slow
« Last post by born2print on Today at 03:34:31 PM »
...and really bummed to hear it won't get any better when I update this mac OS  :cry:
9
Macintosh / Re: iMac Suddenly Super Slow
« Last post by born2print on Today at 03:31:58 PM »
As in the beachball thread, similar here, running 10.11.6, 16GB ram, etc...

IT blames Chrome (our official browser of choice btw)

I think it's Finder!! I've even caught it by leaving the force quit window open. I still don't get what the finder is SOOOOO busy doing that it can't let me do such simple tasks?!
This frigging bloat trend needs to turn around.
10
Macintosh / Re: iMac Suddenly Super Slow
« Last post by Joe on Today at 03:22:50 PM »
Some of them can actually make your computer a bit slower after the first reboot as it cleans all the crap out cache and temp folders so it has to rebuild some fresh data in those places after the reboot. In the long run you are better off running these about one a month at least to get a clean fresh start. (sounds like a commercial there :D )
Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10