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Leonis
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Apr 23, 2002, 12:24 PM
 
Originally posted by Mac Zealot:
<STRONG>ow! Leonis, look at the front of your quicksilver, a little from the left of it, do you see a small dim line coming from your zip drive down the front of the case about an inch? Don't want to scare you or anything but I have something like that on my quicksilver and almost freaked at that zoomed in one since I *THOUGHT* I saw something like that.
</STRONG>
That's the "mold line" Apple was talking about. No fix from them


Originally posted by Mac Zealot:
<STRONG>Still, you need to find another shelf to put some of those action figures, I have no idea how I could sanely work in that little space
</STRONG>
Unfortunately this is my style. Keeping my computer desk very crowd while my writing/drawing desk is totally empty. I love extreme

[ 04-23-2002: Message edited by: Leonis ]
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Apr 23, 2002, 04:29 PM
 
%^&*$^&@#$^^&*#%$*@&#^ So that's a mold line?

You have the only other g4 I've seen yet with that line
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Apr 23, 2002, 04:36 PM
 
Leonis, just out of my thoughts:

Since august that's the third g4 you've had!!

Are you ok?
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Apr 23, 2002, 05:01 PM
 
Originally posted by liquidh2o:
<STRONG>&lt;snip&gt;

[ 03-09-2002: Message edited by: liquidh2o ]</STRONG>
Dude, you have to make those pictures smaller, **** doesn't even fit on my 19" CRT!!

And even on my Quickie there is the mold line from the CD bay and the Zip bay.....I got two! yay....
     
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Apr 23, 2002, 05:31 PM
 
Originally posted by sek929:
<STRONG>

Dude, you have to make those pictures smaller, **** doesn't even fit on my 19" CRT!!

And even on my Quickie there is the mold line from the CD bay and the Zip bay.....I got two! yay....</STRONG>
I thought everybody had 2.

between zip, and cd, then down from the zip.
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Apr 23, 2002, 07:07 PM
 
Originally posted by Mac Zealot:
<STRONG>Leonis, just out of my thoughts:

Since august that's the third g4 you've had!!

Are you ok?</STRONG>

Really? I didn't really pay too much attention on this.....

Yeah right....used a single 450 until July and then bought in a second hand Dual 500...then a few weeks ago....got a brand new Dual Gig

But I don't think I will be moving to another machine until MWSF (next year)

When talking about swapping computer. No one beats Murbot
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Apr 23, 2002, 08:12 PM
 
Originally posted by Leonis:
<STRONG>

When talking about swapping computer. No one beats Murbot </STRONG>
You're starting to catch up Leonis...
     
Leonis
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Apr 23, 2002, 08:24 PM
 
Originally posted by EmAn:
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You're starting to catch up Leonis... </STRONG>
Nah...he's like three time as frequent as I do
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Apr 24, 2002, 09:00 AM
 
here'sa more recent pic of my set up including my tibook 400 and new lcd.
     
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Apr 24, 2002, 06:35 PM
 
Mac Zealot

I take your "request"

I am cleaning up my desk right now. Happy?
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Apr 24, 2002, 08:20 PM
 
Happy!
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Apr 25, 2002, 03:07 PM
 
Geez, looks like I have to watch every thread in this place to keep tabs on you guys yappin' about me.

Of course now I can't contribute anything to this thread... since I no longer have a PowerMac...

................
     
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here's a snapshot of my new baby

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Apr 25, 2002, 11:54 PM
 
Wow its been fun seeing everyones digital computing environments. I have often thought of starting a web site for just this very thing. Here is a pic of my old environment back in california:



And here is my new set-up in Oregon (a 325 sq ft. studio) I always say you should be able to take a nap at your computer in case you get sleepy or sit back like you are in a recliner, so this is how I set it up.


realeyz imaging
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Apr 26, 2002, 03:11 AM
 
k, just to keep this thread going, and going, and going...

here's my cube/450/dvd:
http://www.evilspock.com/dropoff/cube-desktop.jpg
and http://www.evilspock.com/dropoff/cube-desktop2.jpg

i've since replaced the 15" lcd with the 17", and replaced the pro-mouse with a macally optical-glow-thingy-one with two buttons, and a scroll wheel.
     
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What is that thing on your desk that looks like a volume control knob?
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Apr 26, 2002, 09:30 AM
 
Originally posted by realeyz:
<STRONG>What is that thing on your desk that looks like a volume control knob?</STRONG>
http://www.griffintechnology.com/audio/pwrmate.html
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Apr 26, 2002, 09:59 AM
 
Originally posted by Justin W. Williams:
<STRONG>

http://www.griffintechnology.com/audio/pwrmate.html</STRONG>
Well, that thing's damn nifty!
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Apr 26, 2002, 11:03 AM
 
yeah, i was going to ask you about that volume knob. how do you like it? what do you use it for, just volume, or have you customized it? from your set-up you seem to be a user of pro apps, do you happen to use it with any of those applications or is it too limiting?
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Apr 26, 2002, 11:04 PM
 
It's the PowerMate! C'mon, you have had to of heard of it by now. It can scroll through long pages with ease, great for volume control, you can make it throb in and out with the cool blue light (make it do that whenever you want), and has great OS X support.
     
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Apr 27, 2002, 03:46 AM
 
I gots a new pic, still kinda messy, in fact, two:





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Justin W. Williams
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Apr 27, 2002, 11:50 AM
 
You have the worlds worst camera, MZ.

Don't shoot into the windows either. makes me go blind

Do it again, and I will come steal your Cinema Display.
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Apr 27, 2002, 05:34 PM
 
You asked for it justin!!!!



muwhahaahahah1!!!!
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Leonis
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Apr 27, 2002, 06:54 PM
 
Hey Mac Zealot, wanna see my newly "cleaned up" desk?
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Apr 27, 2002, 08:09 PM
 
Originally posted by Leonis:
<STRONG>Hey Mac Zealot, wanna see my newly "cleaned up" desk? </STRONG>
Yeah!
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Apr 27, 2002, 08:31 PM
 
Originally posted by lunaticbunny:
<STRONG>here's a snapshot of my new baby

</STRONG>
That's... dumb.

While you do have an incredibly desirable hardware configuration, a wonderful monitor, and a great-looking desk, I am inclined to think your machine is going to have an incredibly short lifespan. Computers like the Power Mac can no longer be put into cabinets like those; today's CPU's put out too much heat. I would be mindful of your system temperatures.

Make sure your CPU doesn't go any higher than 135 degrees Fahrenheit. If your system is getting uncomfortably hot, you should look into giving it some breathing room in the rear.
     
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Apr 27, 2002, 09:03 PM
 
If there's open space behind that compartment, which I bet there is, it's fine.

The G4 sucks in air through the back, however, so you must be very careful... it comes in through the top, thus you need the most ventillation there. I agree with sean here, for once, and plenty of bottom/back ventilation is important.

The hard drive is partially convection cooled... cool air rises through the bottom of the case and cools it off, the hot air gets sucked out the side fan which pushes it out the back and bottom areas, there are lots of side vents (between plastic, etc) so bottom/side ventillation is important.

Have some kind of opening behind your desk, so that it gets fresh air, and at least 2"-5" of space behind the desk.

I keep my machine on the floor, but it is well ventillated
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I think the best setup is http://homepage.mac.com/globalnomad/PhotoAlbum1.html
(and yes its mine )


Side Note: Look at the other page attached to see alsome 4 some.
     
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My monitor cost more than your setup.
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Apr 27, 2002, 10:41 PM
 
Originally posted by Mac Zealot:
<STRONG>My monitor cost more than your setup.</STRONG>
Such harsh words.
I'm Still in Grade School (Year 12 *cough*)
I do not work and thus this was the best setup I could afford (me acts like the dude on the Simpsons who drives around in the VW beatle). The really funny thing is My monitor is bettor for playing games than any LCD monitor.

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Apr 28, 2002, 01:36 AM
 
Originally posted by GlobalNomad:
<STRONG>

Long Live CRT </STRONG>
Totally agree

At least we can have two or more computers to share a CRT monitor. Which those Apple LCD can't
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Originally posted by GlobalNomad:
<STRONG>

Such harsh words.
I'm Still in Grade School (Year 12 *cough*)
I do not work and thus this was the best setup I could afford (me acts like the dude on the Simpsons who drives around in the VW beatle). The really funny thing is My monitor is bettor for playing games than any LCD monitor.

Long Live CRT </STRONG>
hehe, sorry about that global, I understand ya now!

yeah, it's probably true, though I've been playing quake 3 at 125fps and such (normally 60-90fps), and havent seen any problems with my lcd vs a CRT.

btw: I'm still in grade school (year 9 *cough*), sorry for the rudeness, was just acting stupid as usual.

Again, my deepest apologies.. heck, that desk is NICELY set up

I wish my table was that high at the moment!
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Apr 28, 2002, 06:38 PM
 


Whew! didn't know a picture could get someone so "excited"...

What you can't see in the picture because of the angle is the huge gap I have between my desk and the wall. So it's all good.
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Originally posted by lunaticbunny:
<STRONG>

Whew! didn't know a picture could get someone so "excited"...

What you can't see in the picture because of the angle is the huge gap I have between my desk and the wall. So it's all good.</STRONG>
I can actually see a nice gap there.. cool
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Does any one have any ideas to get digital sound out of their mac, if so how did you get audio out of it? I have a nice surround set up, but I was trying to find a way to get digital sound out of my desktop and laptop, any one got any ideas?

Would any one like to recomend a LCD screen that i could use with a pc i own, I want to get 2 of them and was wondering if any one had any suggestions proabaly 15" or 17" and they would need to be at least VGA, but DVI is better...

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Heh so you to are still in grade school. Fancy . Ever time I read MacNN it feels like I am talking to people who are UNI, 25-40 aged men living in the parents basement so as to afford the latest apple hardware . But that is just my opinion.

Appolagy Accpeted.

Oh and on a side note: At present I am doing "MacBeth" in skewl.

Oh what a foul and fair a day it is. (or something like that)


Originally posted by Mac Zealot:
<STRONG>

hehe, sorry about that global, I understand ya now!

yeah, it's probably true, though I've been playing quake 3 at 125fps and such (normally 60-90fps), and havent seen any problems with my lcd vs a CRT.

btw: I'm still in grade school (year 9 *cough*), sorry for the rudeness, was just acting stupid as usual.

Again, my deepest apologies.. heck, that desk is NICELY set up

I wish my table was that high at the moment!</STRONG>
     
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Originally posted by tramahound:
<STRONG>yeah, i was going to ask you about that volume knob. how do you like it? what do you use it for, just volume, or have you customized it? from your set-up you seem to be a user of pro apps, do you happen to use it with any of those applications or is it too limiting?
thanks</STRONG>
I use it in iMovie, and it works well in that. Otherwise, I use it for scrolling long docs, volume control, "back" in IE, "pause" in iTunes, as well as volume, etc..

It's very programmable, and it glows blue.
     
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DOREAMON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I love DOREAMON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Originally posted by Leonis:
<STRONG>New setup



Dual GHz "Slow Silver" (tm) tower is the newest in my family. My old Dual 500 tower is now history

[ 04-22-2002: Message edited by: Leonis ]</STRONG>
     
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Originally posted by gee308:
<STRONG>DOREAMON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I love DOREAMON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

</STRONG>
They are very cheap. Only 10 bucks (CDN) each
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Originally posted by Leonis:
<STRONG>

They are very cheap. Only 10 bucks (CDN) each </STRONG>
Just wondering, do you watch the cartoons or read the comics? If so, what langauge do you watch them in? I watch them in Chinese Cantonese and Mandarin, but I've seen it in Thai And Japanese too.
     
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Originally posted by gee308:
<STRONG>

Just wondering, do you watch the cartoons or read the comics? If so, what langauge do you watch them in? I watch them in Chinese Cantonese and Mandarin, but I've seen it in Thai And Japanese too.</STRONG>
Both Japanese and Cantonese

Their TV shorts are much better (and funnier) than the long movies.
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Originally posted by realeyz:
<STRONG>Wow its been fun seeing everyones digital computing environments. I have often thought of starting a web site for just this very thing. Here is a pic of my old environment back in california:

And here is my new set-up in Oregon (a 325 sq ft. studio) I always say you should be able to take a nap at your computer in case you get sleepy or sit back like you are in a recliner, so this is how I set it up.

</STRONG>
Is it my imagination or did your chair change colors?

I have fallen asleep at my computer before.. it's very relaxing
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Originally posted by Mac Zealot:
<STRONG>
I have fallen asleep at my computer before.. it's very relaxing </STRONG>
I once fell asleep under my desk because i was too lazy to go to my bed. My parents though I had been kidnapped or ran off or something and were freaking out. They finally saw my feet under there and kicked me really hard for scaring them. I thought it was quite funny.
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Originally posted by Justin W. Williams:
<STRONG>

I once fell asleep under my desk because i was too lazy to go to my bed. My parents though I had been kidnapped or ran off or something and were freaking out. They finally saw my feet under there and kicked me really hard for scaring them. I thought it was quite funny. </STRONG>
Under the desk? I fell asleep rearranging cables down there before...

It was nice and warm down there, with my dp800 about a few inches away from me blowing nice warm air near me
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some photos of my PowerMac + Cinema Display and TiBook.

Sometimes I put a dvd or divx in my tibook and show it on my tv (those cables )



top-left-corner there is my window if you look at next picture: street

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well this thread has been going for almost a year, and I now have a new setup in my room to show, please let me know what you think. I aplogize for faulty subtitles.

Click here to see pics

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Well, it's not a PowerMac G4, but still a PowerMac

My PowerMac 7300

And since people are showing their rooms too, here's mine:

My room

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No new macs?
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Originally posted by Leonis:
<STRONG>

Both Japanese and Cantonese

Their TV shorts are much better (and funnier) than the long movies.</STRONG>

The last 2 pics have Doreamon: http://homepage.mac.com/jtoy/PhotoAlbum1.html [img]null[/img]
     
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Originally posted by gee308:
<STRONG>


The last 2 pics have Doreamon: &lt;A HREF="http://homepage.mac.com/jtoy/PhotoAlbum1.html [img]null[/img] " TARGET=_blank&gt;http://homepage.mac.com/jtoy/PhotoAlbum1.html [img]null[/img] &lt;/A&gt;</STRONG>
messed up linl, oops. here you go: http://homepage.mac.com/jtoy/
     
 
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