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My initial point was that it is absurd that someone would not only state that the tilde means "the hard drive only", would not only refuse to accept any corrections no matter what, but would then troll, flame, alter quotes, etc. to try to deal with their humiliation. It was pathetic.
Oxford says Apple's OS X is a Linux distro 3150
snips On Sat, 04 Mar 2006 20:57:10 -0800, Snit That's nice. Maybe *you* have issues coping with print dialogs which aren't exact clones; I don't. And frankly...
I would bet it would - though there might be some minor changes. I do not know for certain though.
A square is a rectangle but the concepts are not synonymous.
A square is a form of a rectangle but the concept of a square is not the same as the concept of a rectangle.
A partial subset of a whole is not synonymous with the whole.
It was defined as having committed the crime.
Oxford says Apple's OS X is a Linux distro 3149
Consistency in where widgets are located, how dialogs work and look, etc. is far more important than most people realize, even for advanced...
Three buttons plus a track-ball type thingy in the middle. But no wireless version yet.
There are benefits to the one button standard, for what it is worth.
It is handy to have the bus power portable, low power devices such as thumb drives.
-- * The tilde in an OS X path does *not* mean "the hard drive only" * OS X is partially based on BSD (esp. FreeBSD) * Incest is so different from love as to not be considered synonymous by anyone other than perverts * One can be guilty of a crime but neither tried nor convicted * As of Feb 2006 Apple had no wireless Mighty Mouse * Non-powered USB hubs can be used with powered devices
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Oxford says Apple's OS X is a Linux distro 3151
A crosspost like this is usually indicative that SOMEONE is trolling. I note in the interest of full disclosure that I am posting from comp.os.linux.advocacy. I am also not a mac user. The only possible...