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    Two silly questions
    I thought since theyre both silly questions I'd ask them here rather than creating two seperate posts.

    First question, Does the iRemote have battery? Coz I cant seem to find a battery slot anywhere. If not, how do you recharge them?

    Second question, How do I remove some of the widgets I already have?

    Thanks

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    Hi Netlover,
    Yes.. the remote has a Battery... See HERE

    Widgets... Press F12.. then click the PLUS (+) in the lower left corner of the screen... Now click the "x" on the widgets you no longer want in use.

    There are no silly questions....

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIDE View Post
    There are no silly questions....
    :nono:

    The only silly question is a question not asked!

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    lool

    Thanks guys. Funny I didnt notice that + sign there before.

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    Ok I thought I'll add another question to the silly question database

    As you know, the MacBook always makes the beep sound when you turn it on. My question is, my Macbook is connected to some external speakers, and it works fine with it. Howcome though when I switch the Macbook on, the famous beep sound plays on the MacBook speaker rather than the external speakers its connected to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by netlover View Post
    Ok I thought I'll add another question to the silly question database

    As you know, the MacBook always makes the beep sound when you turn it on. My question is, my Macbook is connected to some external speakers, and it works fine with it. Howcome though when I switch the Macbook on, the famous beep sound plays on the MacBook speaker rather than the external speakers its connected to?

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    That's a feature, my iMac does the same.
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    with the removing a widget thing, u dont actually have to press the plus sign. a faster way to do it is hold the option key while u move ur mouse over a wigdet, which will reveal the X button in the upper left of the widget.
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    netlover, no questions are silly.

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    ooh thanks

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    Regarding the start-up sound.... that is a system "test", you want to hear it on the macbook built-in speakers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIDE View Post
    Regarding the start-up sound.... that is a system "test", you want to hear it on the macbook built-in speakers.
    And the drivers that enable the external port have not been loaded yet.
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