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  1. Welcome to the forum. I think a lot of people here would have known this, but there are a lot of visitors and "new to Macs" that will appreciate this. Thanks for posting it.

     

    Thanks for the welcome. I wasn't sure if this was a new feature of .Mac or not. I, as well as a few others I know, have had .Mac since it's inception and have just recently discovered this.. lol.

     

    It is new.


  2. However, unlike .Mac, iWeb doesn't appear to have that kind of template. I may have to either bite the bullet and list them all, or create a "Welcome" page, delete the big photo, and put a bunch of little ones there manually (yuck).

     

    That's the way to do it.


  3. Although you can now do this, it's pointless because iTunes uses special tags for TV shows, like "show" and "season" and these tags are not modifiable. The result is that videos tagged as TV Show will not show up on the iPod menus, because tags like "show" are blank.


  4. In my experience, iWeb only converts text to PNG if it is heavily formatted. With shadows or something. Everything else I've made has normal text, although there is one page in particular that keeps generating as a PNG and I cannot figure that one out. Otherwise, no problem.


  5. I reverted back to 7.0.1 then installed 7.0.3 and the Flip4Mac WMV Player problem was resolved. Then I tried the "new" 7.0.4 update and the problem resurfaced.

     

    I'm going to be staying with 7.0.3 for the foreseeable future.

     

    Flip4Mac has already released a new version (2.0.1) that is compatible with QuickTime 7.0.4. Get it direct from their website, not Microsoft's.

     

    Yep, I have it now but still haven't upgraded back to 7.0.4.


  6. I payed $10 for that a few months ago; how annoying is that?!?

     

    For what it's worth, I bought it a couple weeks ago and I received an email offering me 20 dollars off a Flip4Mac purchase. Did they offer that to you? Still, the cheapest paid version is still $30, so really they are saying "Sorry you spent $10 on something that is now free, so give us another $10!"

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