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I have several media servers, including MediaLink, on my Mac. Since upgrading to MacOS X 10.9.2 earlier today, none of them finds my PS3 renderer anymore! Has anyone else experienced similar problems?
I have several media servers, including PMS, on my Mac. Since upgrading to MacOS X 10.9.2 earlier today, none of them finds my PS3 renderer anymore! Has anyone else experienced similar problems?
I have several media servers, including UMS, on my Mac. Since upgrading to MacOS X 10.9.2 earlier today, none of them finds my PS3 renderer anymore! Has anyone else experienced similar problems?
Update: After rebooting my router, everything works fine again. Phew ...
Those annoying "most visited websites" badges on Chrome's "new tab" which were introduced a couple of versions ago seem to be gone. Thanks!
Unfortunately they are still here ... :( Just don't show up when all slots are empty.
@PaulA2283 Yes, that's what I often do. But it's a chore having to do this manually. @Google Some folks might like these "most visited websites" badges, so how about just having an option in the preferences to turn them on/off.
Can someone please explain to me why the new version (1.90.1) needs an installer now. I prefer having "drop 'n' drag" installs of software on my desktop computer.
Let's hope the next version of "PS3 Media Server" forgoes this useless installer. ... and and update to the atrocious GUI would be appropriate as well.
Not compatible with Mountain Lion. Crashes on startup!
Hmmm ... strange! Thanks for the info, though. Must be something else then. Never had any problems with "Mediathek" before switching to ML.
... well, I finally found the problem. The database in "~/Library/Application Support/Mediathek" must have been corrupt. After deleting this folder the app runs fine again. Thanks again for pointing out that it wasn't related to ML.
Shouldn't they have replaced the Windows "flag"-logo by now?
MacOS X already provides access to Wikipedia directly from the menu bar. Just click the Spotlight menu bar icon an enter the term you're looking for on Wikipedia.
Spotlight will show you the result for "JPEG" right in the menubar when hovering over "look up" (dictionary result). No need to fire up the Dictionary.app separately. But yes, you're right, the Wikipedia result for "JPEG" does indeed not show up in the menubar. It's just 1 click away under "web searches" however.
By the way, have you enabled "Wikipedia" as a source in the preferences of Dictionary.app?
So glad to see this app still being updated. :-) Thanks!