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post #31 of 62

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Originally Posted by chobochobo View Post
 I clicked off 'natural scrolling' immediately.

 

+1 i also did.

 

is anyone having trouble with the "preview"?? normally i select all my photos then double click one so i can browse them all, then right click the ones i don't like and move to trash. now when i do the move to trash thing it crashes, and the pictures are on the left hand side of the screen whereas in leopard they were on the right!!!

post #32 of 62
other than diabling my bootleg version of logic, i notice minimal difference.
post #33 of 62
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Originally Posted by chobochobo View Post

I clicked off 'natural scrolling' immediately.


+1 forget that nonsense...
post #34 of 62
I heard that you can maximize windows now. That's totally fucking awesome. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #35 of 62
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Originally Posted by GQgeek View Post

I heard that you can maximize windows now. That's totally fucking awesome. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Certainly its a good thing, but really WTF Apple... Windows has had this for years...!
post #36 of 62
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Originally Posted by imageWIS View Post


Certainly its a good thing, but really WTF Apple... Windows has had this for years...!

My post was pure sarcasm btw. It was like when the iphone got cut and paste... zomg what an amazing feature!
post #37 of 62
So I just jumped on board the Lion bandwagon and I gotta say, it's pretty cool.

The launchpad feature isn't all that; tapping on the app folder from the dock works fine.

Mission control however, that's awesome. I like compartmentalizing my desktop.

Natural scrolling, it took some time to get use to, then I figured out that I could turn it off and I did.

I haven't had any issues w/ compatibility, Adobe CS5, Office 2011, Steam, Chrome, and Firefox all work fine on Lion. Prior to upgrading, I did an update on everything.

Overall impression, I hate Steve Jobs because I love my MBP.


Here's a cool picture of a lion:

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post #38 of 62

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Originally Posted by brown eyes View Post

Mission control however, that's awesome. I like compartmentalizing my desktop.
 


i agree. the only annoying part is that i can't open a new internet browser in the new desktop, when i try (cmnd + t) it takes me to the other desktop where i have to open a new window and then drag it into the new desktop

post #39 of 62
have you guys experienced extreme sluggishness after the computer wakes up from sleep? i've been reading on mac forums and it seems like its a rampant problem with the new OS
post #40 of 62
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Originally Posted by cchen View Post

have you guys experienced extreme sluggishness after the computer wakes up from sleep? i've been reading on mac forums and it seems like its a rampant problem with the new OS

What kind of Mac are you using? My sister has a new 11" MBA, and says that both start-up and restart from sleep is lightning fast.
post #41 of 62
Start up is a little slow for me on my late 2009 13" MBP, but waking after sleep is lightning fast, as if I had never put it to sleep.
post #42 of 62
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What kind of Mac are you using? My sister has a new 11" MBA, and says that both start-up and restart from sleep is lightning fast.

I have a new 13" MBA

its not start-up or restart, it's actual system performance that is lagging after restarts from sleep. Also full screen video becomes choppy. Seems to be a common problem (so I'm reading)
post #43 of 62
I'm pretty content with snow leopard so I don't see myself upgrading anytime soon. biggrin.gif
post #44 of 62
I have an iMac early 2009 (24 inch monitor). It wakes up from sleep immediately with Lion.
post #45 of 62
I'm liking it, even tho I use the MacBook Pro less and less since I got the iPad 2.
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