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    Quote Originally Posted by RipplingHurst View Post
    Just registered for the ipad beta, thanks! (Got the an invoice for a dowloaded readme file @ $0.00...great deal! )

    Can't wait to see it on my iPad! Will you be able to lauch other apps and when you leave the app will you be back to your front end?
    Haha yes until the software is ready the download is just that ReadMe file. So Stay tuned.

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    Hope it's not too soon to say I'd rather see an white/off white front end? Dark skins are terrible to see during day time, and a dark background will turn the iPad screen into a mirror...Just my .02c.
    For the beta thats what we got... like i said graphics are not set really they are just there for functionality so thanks for the suggestion! this is what beta periods are for

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    Cool, thanks! Can't wait to see more!

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    Some more concept art!...




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    So this is a questions for all of you who have the P2140 carnetix PSU. the green and white wire go to the macs power button correct?..... this is our only speed bump as for whatever reason we dont get a 12v pulse over the green and white wire we get a resistance and because of this we get no mac turning on. Via our custom power module and if we have a manual push switch we get power to the mac mini but using the P2140 green and white wires we get nothing.... any suggestions?

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    check out our video of the mac:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGnU3TBDDdU

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    Cool video, thanks.

    Strange leds on the MacMini, I mean, I didn't know MacMinis had such bright leds. Can be really annoying in a dark room, specially if it's a dorm/bedroom or if you use to watch tv shows at night. I'm assuming it can be turned off, still.

    Love the white theme on the front end, thanks for keeping us posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RipplingHurst View Post
    Cool video, thanks.

    Strange leds on the MacMini, I mean, I didn't know MacMinis had such bright leds. Can be really annoying in a dark room, specially if it's a dorm/bedroom or if you use to watch tv shows at night. I'm assuming it can be turned off, still.

    Love the white theme on the front end, thanks for keeping us posted.
    haha no no no those white LED's on the bottom we added in so that when we put it in the car it will look ecstatically better haha once we get it into the car you'll see what i mean

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    Ah...got it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehawk View Post
    So this is a questions for all of you who have the P2140 carnetix PSU. the green and white wire go to the macs power button correct?..... this is our only speed bump as for whatever reason we dont get a 12v pulse over the green and white wire we get a resistance and because of this we get no mac turning on. Via our custom power module and if we have a manual push switch we get power to the mac mini but using the P2140 green and white wires we get nothing.... any suggestions?
    The older minis require a voltage in the iSense line. I'm sure there's something equally odd with the new mini.

    Contact Heather and ask her if Carnetix is working on an upgrade to the 2140 for the new Mac. Maybe she has some info on this problem.
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    I was gung ho on building a PC [until] just recently. However, between my new phone having internet and GPS and all...and this kit...Im starting to have trouble justfiying it haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugbyte View Post
    The older minis require a voltage in the iSense line. I'm sure there's something equally odd with the new mini.

    Contact Heather and ask her if Carnetix is woking on an upgrade to the 2140 for the new Mac. Maybe she has some info on this problem.
    With some clever wire placement and lots of probing we got it. Check the video

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