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I'm a young web designer, graphics designer, programmer, and technology enthusiast. I have a broad skill-set ranging from motion graphic design to programming to flying airplanes; interests ranging from robotics to advertising; and have a healthy combination of both hard and soft skills.


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revised Terrible GUI lag/glitchiness after reboot in Mountain Lion 10.8.2
corrected the computer model year to the correct year.
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comment Terrible GUI lag/glitchiness after reboot in Mountain Lion 10.8.2
@bassplayer7, yeah I'm really glad it worked! Here's to hoping both of our computers continue to run smoothly for many years to come.
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comment Terrible GUI lag/glitchiness after reboot in Mountain Lion 10.8.2
@bassplayer7, here are my findings, as promised.
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answered Terrible GUI lag/glitchiness after reboot in Mountain Lion 10.8.2
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comment Terrible GUI lag/glitchiness after reboot in Mountain Lion 10.8.2
@bassplayer7, that's reassuring. Hopefully if I do this the "old school" way without Migration Assistant, this lag problem will just go away. I'll definitely let you know what happens if and when I try!
Jan
22
comment Terrible GUI lag/glitchiness after reboot in Mountain Lion 10.8.2
@bassplayer7, I'm thinking that perhaps migration assistant could be messing something up? Perhaps if I install a clean system, and manually copy over all my files and reinstall the core group of programs that I use, the lag issue might disappear. Or maybe that is just wishful thinking on my part. IF this lag continues for any longer, however, I will have to try something!
Jan
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comment Terrible GUI lag/glitchiness after reboot in Mountain Lion 10.8.2
Thanks for the quick answer! I already tried turning off Automatic graphics switching, but to no avail. I'm having the same problems. Again, with it turned off, I had no problems before the reboot (and my MacBook was driving two monitors). I'll probably try clearing my cache but I'll probably have to go with a system re-install (shudder), which I'm not looking forward to at all.
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revised Terrible GUI lag/glitchiness after reboot in Mountain Lion 10.8.2
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comment Terrible GUI lag/glitchiness after reboot in Mountain Lion 10.8.2
Yes! I've never had a reboot where the lag is gone, but I have observed that sometimes, the lag isn't as pronounced. Hmm. I am fairly confident in ruling out hardware as the problem (unless somehow both my original MacBook and the replacement MacBook both have defective graphics), which leaves the software. I really hope somebody has a solution to this problem! The lag is intolerable, and definitely not acceptable for any product, let alone an Apple product.
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comment Finder windows show up in all my Spaces
Thank you so much! This worked perfectly :D I can't believe I never thought of that! Also +1 for the screen shot :)
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accepted Finder windows show up in all my Spaces
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asked Finder windows show up in all my Spaces