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  1. Hi. I have two Admin accounts on my system 10.6.8. I would like to delete one of them. Despite unlocking Users & Groups I am unable to delete either account or convert one account to Standard User as allow user to Administer Computer is greyed out likewise the minus sign. I am logged in to my usual Admin account. Any help greatly appreciated! Thank you.
  2. Hi Everyone, I had my Mum and Dad setup with the following: Mac Mini (PowerPC G4) Mac OS Tiger (10.4) MacBook Mac OS Snow Leopard (10.6) The Mac Mini has a USB HP Photosmart C5200 attached and this was setup to be shared, and the Macbook could print across the network. However I got them a newer Mac mini (2010 - last of the DVD drives) with Mountain Lion installed, too replace the old Mac mini. Local printing works fine, I switched off the Firewall and setup the printer / scanner to be shared for everyone. But the MacBook will not print, just says it's busy. Am using the IP address of the Mac Mini to send to the printer, as Macbook does find any printers. Any advice, without replacing the printer to a wireless version or upgrading/downgrading OS? Many thanks Gregg
  3. If you've just downloaded Mountain Lion and you find you're missing the RSS menu in Safari 6, I've written a little extension that you might find useful… you can download it from here, where you can also see a short video of it in action. It won't turn Safari back into a full-fledged RSS reader/manager, but it'll restore the ability to discover new feeds in a web page, and load them straight into either Google Reader or your default RSS app.