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 Post subject: Re: 1st world problems
PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2012 14:46 
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Oh, I know - but whenever he uses any other application he'll be crying into his nesquik.

Ah, yes, third party he may struggle with for a while. The suite of Apple applications have been updated now though.


It can't be any worse than my upgrading to an iPhone 4 on day one, surely. Bar images on web sites perhaps not looking amazing.

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They've offered a full refund if I send it back, or a £275 partial refund if I keep it. Even figuring I could perhaps make a bit of money off that, I think I'll send it back. I'd rather have what I originally ordered.


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 Post subject: Re: 1st world problems
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Oh, I know - but whenever he uses any other application he'll be crying into his nesquik.

Ah, yes, third party he may struggle with for a while. The suite of Apple applications have been updated now though.


It can't be any worse than my upgrading to an iPhone 4 on day one, surely. Bar images on web sites perhaps not looking amazing.

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You seem to be making it out to be more of a problem than it is. :shrug:

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It's Malabar. He'll tear his own eyes out.

Not if he uses either of the browsers that have already been optimised. :shrug:

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Oh, does it only happen in the browsers, then?

How odd.

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No, the opposite. Safari and Chrome support the full resolution, pretty much nothing else does.

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 Post subject: Re: 1st world problems
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Oh, and IE9 under windows, oddly.

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Oh, does it only happen in the browsers, then?

How odd.

The text you're quoting comes from various browsers, yes. The entire Apple suite of applications has been optimised. Third party apps are an issue at present, but I shouldn't expect that to be an issue for too much longer.

Safari and Chrome Canary are currently fine. If you want Chrome vanilla or Firefox then you'll see jaggies at the moment.

I can't say it's a problem, really.

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Oh, and IE9 under windows, oddly.

Not that odd. I guess the fonts are rendered in the OS themselves at native res?

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 Post subject: Re: 1st world problems
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Oh, does it only happen in the browsers, then?

How odd.

The text you're quoting comes from various browsers, yes. The entire Apple suite of applications has been optimised. Third party apps are an issue at present, but I shouldn't expect that to be an issue for too much longer.

That's a long-winded way of saying "no".

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I can't say it's a problem, really.

It's Malabar. He'll tear his own eyes out.

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 Post subject: Re: 1st world problems
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This is assuming he gets one before the next range comes out, of course ;)

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 Post subject: Re: 1st world problems
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Grim... wrote:
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Oh, does it only happen in the browsers, then?

How odd.

The text you're quoting comes from various browsers, yes. The entire Apple suite of applications has been optimised. Third party apps are an issue at present, but I shouldn't expect that to be an issue for too much longer.

That's a long-winded way of saying "no".

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I can't say it's a problem, really.

It's Malabar. He'll tear his own eyes out.

You misunderstand. I hate jaggies too, but I haven't come across any apps I use that haven't been optimised yet. That's why it's not a problem.

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 Post subject: Re: 1st world problems
PostPosted: Sun Jul 29, 2012 10:06 
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Oh, and IE9 under windows, oddly.
our windows-based mass spec software is currently being made hidpi aware, weirdly.


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 Post subject: Re: 1st world problems
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Safari and Chrome Canary are currently fine. If you want Chrome vanilla or Firefox then you'll see jaggies at the moment.


Chrome Stable 21.x adds support, apparently.

I returned the one they sent, got a refund that took three days to process, and have ordered a new one. Should be with me tomorrow. But it's CityLink, so it won't be.


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 Post subject: Re: 1st world problems
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Lovely Perkies has gifted me a huge clump of PC Gamers. There's... gaps.... *twitches*

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 Post subject: Re: 1st world problems
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Lovely Perkies has gifted me a huge clump of PC Gamers. There's... gaps.... *twitches*


I get this.. It's the very reason that I've just bought Dino Crisis 3 to complete the set.

I didn't want it and despite owning the first two, I've never played them. Bloomin OCD.


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Lovely Perkies has gifted me a huge clump of PC Gamers. There's... gaps.... *twitches*


I get this.. It's the very reason that I've just bought Dino Crisis 3 to complete the set.

I didn't want it and despite owning the first two, I've never played them. Bloomin OCD.


Grim... talks about pet hates in 3... 2... 1...

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Lovely Perkies has gifted me a huge clump of PC Gamers. There's... gaps.... *twitches*


I get this.. It's the very reason that I've just bought Dino Crisis 3 to complete the set.

I didn't want it and despite owning the first two, I've never played them. Bloomin OCD.


Grim... talks about pet hates in 3... 2... 1...

People that wait until the bus has stopped before getting out of their seats to get off. GET THE FUCK UP, LAZY CUNTS!

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Grim... wrote:
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Lovely Perkies has gifted me a huge clump of PC Gamers. There's... gaps.... *twitches*


I get this.. It's the very reason that I've just bought Dino Crisis 3 to complete the set.

I didn't want it and despite owning the first two, I've never played them. Bloomin OCD.


Grim... talks about pet hates in 3... 2... 1...

People that wait until the bus has stopped before getting out of their seats to get off. GET THE FUCK UP, LAZY CUNTS!

I think older people do this to prevent unsteady walking through a moving/breaking vehicle. Plus there are signs everywhere on buses saying to remain seated until the bus has stopped, so they're hardly at fault.

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I'm really tired from all the extra work I've been getting.

Barely any time to build my stack of models or paint my space men. :(

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Grim... wrote:
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Lovely Perkies has gifted me a huge clump of PC Gamers. There's... gaps.... *twitches*


I get this.. It's the very reason that I've just bought Dino Crisis 3 to complete the set.

I didn't want it and despite owning the first two, I've never played them. Bloomin OCD.


Grim... talks about pet hates in 3... 2... 1...

People that wait until the bus has stopped before getting out of their seats to get off. GET THE FUCK UP, LAZY CUNTS!

I'm not from London or owt, but why does that make them lazy? Does the exit door move closer to their seat when the bus stops?

Make the most of your sitting time, I say.

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Because I'm off tomorrow I keep expecting there to be a BeeX WeeX post today.

me too!

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Me three!

We're off for a day trip to London - most of the day will be spent in the home of awesome, the Natural History Museum.

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I'm off tomorrow, err, four!

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I've been 'off' all week! :D

I use the term loosely as I've been bloody busy!

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Me three!

We're off for a day trip to London - most of the day will be spent in the home of awesome, the Natural History Museum.


Can you pop over my friend's manor at Wormwood Scrubs and call them southern fairies for not coming camping. I wanted to discuss Dark Souls with him.

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Wanted to watch episode 5 of Friday Night Lights tonight, but it was mislabeled and is actually episode 2. Stupid pirates.


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I've tried watching that but it gave me a headache! Was it just the episode I watched or does the camera always shake about a lot, and are most shots really close? It felt like everyone was right up in my face for the entire episode. Really stressful! It was good though.


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It calms down a bit in the later seasons, but yes it is all filmed in that crappy "reality" handheld style.
The first season is also broadcast in slightly the wrong ratio, which is very annoying, everyone is slightly too tall.

The fact that I think it is one of the best series ever made and still watch it regardless of that is testament to how good it is. I'm a real finicky bastard when it comes to shit like that usually, and won't watch at all if it isn't right.


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I'll have to give it the time then. I saw the film a couple of years ago and enjoyed that. Was that before the series?


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The film was before the series. The film and series are based on the same book, but aren't related to each other, if that makes sense.

(apart from they have a couple of the same actors in, to confuse things further :))


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I'm really tired after having to get three different flights home from our holiday in the US (we did 4 days in each of Chicago, Orlando and Miami), and my car is a bit dirty from being parked in an outside carpark while we were gone.

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Oh, and get this - of the five flights we took, only one had the little individual screens on the chair backs, and even then there was only a small selection of channels (with their own scheduling rather than proper video on demand, FFS).

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Siery to hear that, but I wouldn't place too much value on apps like this, Mimi.


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Siery to hear that, but I wouldn't place too much value on apps like this, Mimi.


Yeah, but the fact that I spent almost all night awake thinking about work and losing people close to me, and that I am so tired it hurts to stand have their own message. It was only after Russell woke and I said I'd had an awful night's sleep that I checked the app (which, incidentally, always really does reflect how well I've slept. If I sleep through, it shows that. If I wake up twice, you can see that too. It's actually very good.)

GJ: it uses the accelerometer in the phone to sense movement, by placing the phone on the mattress. It's good to the point that if Russell and I each use it and one sleeps well but the other doesn't we have wildly different graphs as it doesn't pick up the other person's movements.

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Just ignore all PMs from The Last Salmon Man and ApplePieOfDestiny and you'll be fine.

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I can't help it that everything DavPaz has posted this week is comedy gold.

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.......doesn't pick up the other person's movements.

First of all, you shouldn't shit in the bedroom.

Second of all ... :spew:

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Sorry, I've had my uTorrent closed for a while now. *restarts "bony horse dick.avi"*

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Although I don't use it cos I've got Virgin on cable, Freeview didn't work on my telly for several days last week.



So I could talk to the dirty tarts on Babestation, but not see them.

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