Leftunknown
Downloads: 0
Posts: 6
Smile Score: +4
About Me
I am a Free member


Visit Stats
Last Visit: 4 years ago
Member Since: 16 Jun 2008
Profile Views: 583

Leftunknown's Posts
Average Rating from Leftunknown:
(1)

sort: smiles | time
burypromote
Leftunknown commented on 13 Mar 2010
I installed this version of Safari and then I noticed that the screensharing app stopped working, which I use all the time to vnc into my windows machine. Not sure if its related but all I know is that I installed Safari and then SS was broken.

Anyone experience this?

(snow leopard, macbook pro early 2008)
[Version 4.0.5]



burypromote
leftunknown commented on 17 Dec 2008
I installed this the other day and now my trackpad doesn't work like it use to. I cannot check to turn on anything under the "two fingers" section except for "secondary click" (which is the only thing that works like before). I can't pinch open and close or rotate, but I can scroll even though the option to turn it on/off doesn't exist. Also, I can't turn on "three finger" functionality.

_________________
Early 2008 Macbook Pro
Leopard 10.5.6
[Version 10.5.6]



burypromote
+3

leftunknown reviewed on 20 Jun 2008
i was looking for an application just like this and obviously found it. works great on osx leopard! works exactly the way i wanted it to. it can't get easier than this! thank you SO much.
[Version 0.5.1]



burypromote
+1
leftunknown commented on 03 Jun 2008
This update came up on my wives ibook G4 Software Updates and she downloaded as we all do whatever SU says. The download hung up or quit during "optimizing system performance" and she restarted the computer and tried again with "success." Now, the ibook is junked up. itunes & safari won't open (who knows what else). The menu bar is missing airport and time/date. I try to verify the HD from the install disc and all I get are errors. Currently trying to run disk warrior but its hanging up and says "speed inhibited by disk malfunction." I've read that even if i reformat the HD, the issue might just return (i.e. never go away). If anyone can help, please do.
[Version ]


1 Reply

burypromote

+4
leftunknown replied on 01 Jul 2008
ya, i should have done that... although a clean install was VERY good for her jam packed HD, and I was able to NOT install some of the unnecessary apps which gave her more space in the end. Now it runs like new. We just elected to NOT reinstall the security update and still we're extremely hesitant to.
There are currently no troubleshooting comments by this member.

Displaying 1-4 of 4
Please login or create a new
MacUpdate Member account
to use this feature


- -