Quote from: AZWildcat on July 28, 2006, 03:37:05 AMNot everyone owns Photoshop. Just sayin'There's no such thing as a "native Safari spell checker." The spell checker is OS X-wide, and can be accessed by right clicking on any word.I have it, but it's a reeeally old version... let's put it this way, I have to open up OS9 to use it. Speaking of, I had question about that... is there any possibility of being able to use the program on my new Macbook without opening an old OS? Is that what Rosetta does?
Not everyone owns Photoshop. Just sayin'There's no such thing as a "native Safari spell checker." The spell checker is OS X-wide, and can be accessed by right clicking on any word.
Did you already go through the setup assistant? The user guide says that there's a "Migration Assistant" to help do that if you already blew through the setup.Mine just came this morning. I'm trying to get to know it a little.
It says to make sure:your other mac has built-in firewire and supports firewire target disk modeyour other mac has osX v10.1 or lateryou have a standard 6-pin to 6-pin firewire cableThat makes only a limited amount of sense to me; I assume its a Mac thing.
Hey! What kind of virus protection do I need to get for my mac? I went to the apple store and they told me I didn't need anything, but, I feel like the school would require some sort of virus protection software for me to be able to log on to their wireless network. Anyone know? (I've never had a mac before, always PCs, so I have no idea). Thanks!