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    Howtomac.co.uk

    Hello All,

    Well i have been busy over the last week completely revamping howtomac. Well its all done with new documentation and a more friendly theme.

    It also offers.
    • Discussion Board
    • Download Area
    • Information on free training
    • How to get on site help


    Your feed back would be much appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Ross

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    Nice! Bookmarked.

    you have a typo on the title of this page
    | How-To-Mac

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    Looking good.

    Pop over to the wiki and add in a link to the site.

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    Added Thanks

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    Seems to have died

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    I did put some DNS updates up the other day but all seems fine my end

    Ross

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    On the front page:

    It reads "...all the hep you need."
    Apple should be capitalized.
    The sentence that starts "We at How-To-Mac" is a fragment.
    "Set up" should be two words in this context.
    Hands-on should be hyphenated.
    Did you mean "good value for money" instead of "good for value money?"
    Should read "experienced technicians" instead of "experience technicians."
    Windows should be capitalized.


    Your content is really great but the details might need a double-check. I'd be happy to have a look at the rest of the site if you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougchase View Post
    On the front page:

    It reads "...all the hep you need."
    Apple should be capitalized.
    The sentence that starts "We at How-To-Mac" is a fragment.
    "Set up" should be two words in this context.
    Hands-on should be hyphenated.
    Did you mean "good value for money" instead of "good for value money?"
    Should read "experienced technicians" instead of "experience technicians."
    Windows should be capitalized.


    Your content is really great but the details might need a double-check. I'd be happy to have a look at the rest of the site if you want.
    As you can tell i am a bit crap in terms of grammer and spelling so your help would be great

    Any other suggestions are great!

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    You have a download for bootpicker, maybe you should also have one for rEFIt
    IMO works much better than bootpicker

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    Thanks for this. I am looking to setup a MAC network next year in one of our suites, so some of this info may be useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pscott View Post
    You have a download for bootpicker, maybe you should also have one for rEFIt
    IMO works much better than bootpicker
    Good point gonna add now

    Ross

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    All done

    If anyone has any content they would like to add please feel free to contact me. Your help will help hopefully thousands of schools out there!

    Ross

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    Bookmarked!.. sure this will come in handy thanks

    -- one thing.. the forum is very tight (due to the theme of the site) so if you do get allot of forum traffic might be worth looking at that next!

    Just my opinion.

    James.

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    You need to add one bit to the AD Integration post... timesync the Mac client to your domain controller...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marci View Post
    You need to add one bit to the AD Integration post... timesync the Mac client to your domain controller...
    Very true!

    Got a little script which can do that.

    Ross

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