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    Website for mac mini install!

    I tried to make this as beginner friendly as possible!
    http://wearcollege.com/m3c/index.php

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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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    that front end is awesome

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    is there a way that we can get a copy of the front end, it looks amazing. especially the text messaging function.
    Cant code cause I dont know how, but give me the paint bucket and my eraser and have at you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallout View Post
    that front end is awesome
    Quote Originally Posted by pepsibobby View Post
    is there a way that we can get a copy of the front end, it looks amazing. especially the text messaging function.
    thanks guys, sorry i can't distribute the iphone clone (apple got very mad about something similar when people made skins for cell phones) but I am working on something with similar functionality and a different design.

    website updated 7/29/07!

    http://wearcollege.com/m3c/

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    Thumbs up Download section added!

    New app, Touch Tunes, for you guys to try on your macs!

    http://wearcollege.com/m3c/downloads.php

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    If you want, feel free to hork my iTunes code (second post in the CarFrontEnd thread, see the link in my sig) if you are using Obj-C as your base. Even if your app is Applescript based, you can see pull my AS code out (99% of it is in the init method) and see if it is helpful.

    Also, if you change the buttons from Momentary Push-in to Momentary Change, the flash when you click them will go away (unless you wanted that of course ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamgnat View Post
    If you want, feel free to hork my iTunes code (second post in the CarFrontEnd thread, see the link in my sig) if you are using Obj-C as your base. Even if your app is Applescript based, you can see pull my AS code out (99% of it is in the init method) and see if it is helpful.
    Thanks, it is extremely helpfull (i am brand new at programing, i will be taking some college courses that will touch on it, but i'm completely self taught and learn by figuring out how other people made things work so thats great.
    Quote Originally Posted by iamgnat View Post
    Also, if you change the buttons from Momentary Push-in to Momentary Change, the flash when you click them will go away (unless you wanted that of course ).
    I didn't know i had that option haha, I not sure which I like better now... the flash shows the user how big the button really is, but w/o the flash it does have a cleaner look, you have me thinking too much haha

    but thanks 4 the tips!

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    added P1900 jumper setup guide (specific to my setup) link near top of this page:
    http://wearcollege.com/m3c/hardware.php

    mods: feel free to post direct link to the guide elsewhere in forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac300c View Post
    Thanks, it is extremely helpfull (i am brand new at programing, i will be taking some college courses that will touch on it, but i'm completely self taught and learn by figuring out how other people made things work so thats great.
    Pick up Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X and Programming in Objective-C. Aaron's book is pretty much considered a bible for Cocoa programming and Steve's is by far the best (only?) pure Obj-C available. Both present information in a manner that is easy to follow from the beginning to to jump directly to what you are looking for.

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