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    pcjabber
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    New Mac site
    Check out my new mac site. I think it is quite visually appealing ... View it at http://www.bytewaretech.net/Apple/, and yes, it is case-sensitive.

    Please, don't complain that the links don't work yet...its 1.30 am here, and I am working on the pages as fast as I can.

    PCjabber

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    -bump-

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    lookin good, i see lots of areas where i know u can make it look stellar. can't wait to see what u do with it.

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    Do you think I should round out the "buttons"? That is, make the red/yellow/green buttons round, and the gray button that oval-shaped rectangular-circle thingy? (I don't know what its called or what it does, but I know its there in Finder windows....)

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    Yeah you could round out the buttons http://www.musictracker.firestormcreation.com has the finder buttons if your looking for them, the long button is just like a half collapse button.. hard to explain what it does
    i was thinkin you were going to put the finder lines at the very top of the menu white bar.. but either way u like it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graphite
    Yeah you could round out the buttons http://www.musictracker.firestormcreation.com has the finder buttons if your looking for them, the long button is just like a half collapse button.. hard to explain what it does
    i was thinkin you were going to put the finder lines at the very top of the menu white bar.. but either way u like it works.
    Thanks for the logo source =)

    Sorry for asking, but WTH are finder lines?
    (edit)...And, where is the gray long "half collapse" button image? do you have that there?

    Thanks!
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    nope, but the three other ones are there

    just search in the desktop customization thread, im sure ull find a image u can cut out of it there.

    finderlines, are the pin stripes that run across the white menu bar. faint grey. look close on a desktop picture ull see them up there.

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    Ahh sweet. Thanks, I'll finish this tomorrow. Its 4 AM here....Time flies when you're coding, eh?

    (edit) And, thanks for the buttons....the red/green/yellow are there, check it out =)...

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    np, and nice!

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    Very nice web site!

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    Thanks...when it gets finished, it'll tell a lot about my experience switching, and how to switch, etc.....

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    I plan on adding some more eye candy to it, but I'm gonna have to wait until Tuesday (when my iBook should arrive) so I can do some screenshots of certain things (I'll give you a sneak peek of one: optional 'scrollbars', using images -- perhaps even real scroll bars -- down the side of certain 'windows'.) I am also going to convert my hard-coded stuff to using MySQL, so the site may look strange for a while tonight -- perhaps I'll do it tonight, perhaps tomorrow or next week, dunno. Prolly focus on content atm, i.e. "how to switch" etc...

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    sweet plans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graphite
    sweet plans.
    Thanks. BTW, that Money thing in your sig? Do you use that? And what did you do? get another mailbox for it?

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    yes, I use a special spam mail address... designated for spam... though it seems the other addresses get more spam, seeing how they are all over the web and my software, music, fun, school websites.

    recently i hvnt been getting much, though i still get it once and a while. I figure, i get spam, i might as well get paid to read it.

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