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awarded  Curious
Jun
18
comment Display external video on iMac
possible duplicate of Console + iMac 27" 2011 External Display
Jan
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Aug
13
revised Mac OS X Microphone Auto Mute
added 277 characters in body
Aug
13
comment Mac OS X Microphone Auto Mute
Hey @patrix, thank you! I'm running skype and yes, it is sometimes changing/adjusting the volume but it's rather reducing it, not nulling it at all :( It's the internal mic. I've also some speakers attached to the iMac. It's a mid 2011 27"
Aug
13
awarded  Cleanup
Aug
13
revised Mac OS X Microphone Auto Mute
rolled back to a previous revision
Aug
12
comment Mac OS X Microphone Auto Mute
If something is accessing the sound settings internally the microphone input level is set to 0. It's pretty annoying.
Aug
12
comment Mac OS X Microphone Auto Mute
I've not launched the game, restarted (wake up from sleep) and the mic level is down.
Aug
12
revised Mac OS X Microphone Auto Mute
deleted 25 characters in body
Aug
10
asked Mac OS X Microphone Auto Mute
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15
awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Yearling
Apr
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comment Eyefinity PCI Express card with Apple Thunderbolt Display
@kylecronin thank you and btw, congratulations on the iPad :)
Mar
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comment Eyefinity PCI Express card with Apple Thunderbolt Display
@kylecronin So getting a monitor with Mini DP but WITHOUT thunderbird (basically getting one older generation 27 inch) would do the trick, right?
Mar
30
comment Eyefinity PCI Express card with Apple Thunderbolt Display
I've read on the apple page that it should be backward compatible, are you SURE on that?
Mar
30
asked Eyefinity PCI Express card with Apple Thunderbolt Display
Mar
29
comment What malware has actually affected Jailbroken iOS devices?
Well I still wanted to remind about that, btw. those shady packages I talk about can easily be hidden from the main screen (including hiding of cydia) so it might still be considered dangerous in terms of malware. Still your explanation is more accurate in terms of "exploiting" flaws of iOS itself. Nice topic though, including many useful tips :) Thank you all