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[Donations: $1650] Mac Book for Mark! (WE DID IT)

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    I run PS CS2 on a 20 inch iMac. It does alright, sometimes it's real fast sometimes it's kinda laggy. It'd be nice to see a version made for my sexy dual core processor, but it does what it needs to. I've had pretty good luck doing large format stuff, just as long as I only have one document open and not much on the clipboard.
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    I'm running PS on my 17" MacBook Pro, and it runs a little faster than it did on my 17" PowerBook 1.67. But it's hardly noticable. I can't wait for Universal Binaries in CS3.
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    I've got CS on my MacBook, and it's a lot faster then it was on my PC. MacBook - 2 GHz Core Duo + 2Gigs of DDR2 RAM PC - 1.3GHz P4 + 128megs of RD RAM
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    I've got CS and 7, CS was very slow and seemed to have no benefit over Photoshop 7 so just I use that.
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    KrakKrak New
    edited July 2006
    I've got CS on my MacBook, and it's a lot faster then it was on my PC.
    MacBook - 2 GHz Core Duo + 2Gigs of DDR2 RAM
    PC - 1.3GHz P4 + 128megs of RD RAM
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    I'd hope so with those specs...

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    Mark, you really should add a Quote extension to the board.
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    Hmm, I guess I'll just bare with it and wait for CS3, thanks for the replies guys.
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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    edited July 2006
    I hate quote extensions. We're mostly programmers, just do a <strong> and </strong> around your quotes.
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    strong man

    good on ya mate
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    I hate quote extensions. We're mostly programmers, just do a <strong> and </strong> around your quotes.
    Or <b> and </b>, which takes even less effort. :)

    I'm still waiting for the picture!
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    edited July 2006
    I hate quote extensions. We're mostly programmers, just do a <strong> and </strong> around your quotes.
    TT is the way to go!
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    Bump:
    Mark wrote: If you guys seriously pull this together, I will be overwhelmingly grateful. I might even put up a funny picture of myself - you pick the pose/outfit.

    Where's our picture? I thought my suggestion of you hugging the MacBook was pretty good ;)
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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    *sinks discussion*
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    yeah where's the picture???
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    chant: picture! picture! picture!
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    That's now 2 month you have the macbook. What do you think about it. How it is compared to Windows XP and to Debian?
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    Haha....he thought everyone would forget
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