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    Mighty Mouse allows you to customize your cursors with style - and it does so on the fly, without modifying any system files! Moreover, it allows you to customize all kinds of cursors available in the system - Arrow, I-Beam, Alias, Copy, Move and the Wait cursor. You can animate any cursor and import pre-made ones available at our website. Edit the cursors with the simplicity of copy-paste and drag-and-drop, then hit Apply, and you got it!

    get cursors here


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    And I thought this was about the cartoon character.

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    Wish I didn't have to see that damn beach ball at all!
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    Do you hate the beach ball because your computer is stalling? or because is a silly beach ball?

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    I don't like the stall. But it only really happens when my iMac wakes up, or I try to use some weird application that wasn't programmed right. Other than that I really don't see it. I only have 768 Megs of RAM, so I could probably use a litte more. Which would involve me going into the "Service" part of my iMac. But I guess the warranty is over, so I should probably go for it.
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    make sure you get the special heat glue they use.. it might void the warranty, but apparently parts will over heat if you dont

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    Hmm... Ive got 512 in my iMac

    and I see it when I open my usual apps after restart. iTunes, AIM, Safari, Mail.app, Control Pannels, Gψlive.
    (course I open them all at the same time)

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    Originally posted by MacAddikt@Feb 28 2003, 04:07 PM
    make sure you get the special heat glue they use.. it might void the warranty, but apparently parts will over heat if you dont
    Thats really the only reason I haven't done it yet. But there are places out there that sell kits for this. I should probably check them out to at least find out what kind of goop I would require to make a good seal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacAddikt
    make sure you get the special heat glue they use.. it might void the warranty, but apparently parts will over heat if you dont
    Heat glue applied to what?

    Are you suppost to use heat glue on the Memory module pins?

    I am confused.

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    GT look at when this thread was created its a little outdated

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    ...And besides the fact that it's outdated and has been enormously derailed... isn't this the sort of thing that should be built in to the OS?

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