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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

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You know when you connect to a new network next to the airport status icon it scrolls the name of the network, is there a way to keep that permantly turned on where it always scrolls?????
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you know when you change to a different network and on the menu bar by the airport status icon it scrolls the name of the network is there a way to keep that turned on where it always scrolls i looked in the package contents of internet connect and could not find anything???? Please Help
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you know when you change to a different network and on the menu bar by the airport status icon it scrolls the name of the network is there a way to keep that turned on where it always scrolls i looked in the package contents of internet connect and could not find anything???? Please Help
Just because you can't scroll to a network doesn't mean it's not there. Click on "Other", add the SSID name, and passwd (if any) and connect. If you don't know the SSID or passwd then your SOL.

In doubt download KisMac and view all the wireless connections local to you.

-Jay
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