I used to have like 30-40.
Plus opening onening many tabs at once will block the browser entirely until those tabs finish loading.
It may related to extensions, but then again, if I could just run another instance, those problems would be solved!
This is a discussion on why no macos programming section? within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; I used to have like 30-40. Plus opening onening many tabs at once will block the browser entirely until those ...
I don't use FireFox.
I have it, but I don't use it because its controls look strange on Mac. And I don't use it on
Windows because of some other reasons I'm sure everybody here would like to hear but I
don't feel like hijacking this thread about Mac programming.
Anyway, all relevant Mac programming talk is going on at Apple sponsored official mailing lists.
I hate mailing lists, but that is almost all Mac folks have right now.
A year ago I asked the same question about the Mac forum at c-board without any success.
(You can't find that thread because it got erased at one of those site crashes). On the other
hand, half of the Mac programming questions are unix questions and the other half - well,
that half should be further halved into C/Carbon & ObjC/Cocoa and after all that you're left
with a very small piece of pie.
In other words, there are more Mac programmers here than we think, but even that seems
to be 'not enough!'
Last edited by idelovski; 04-15-2008 at 03:04 PM. Reason: spelling
From now on a large part of your life will be spent finding and correcting your own mistakes.
And if you are lucky and land yourself a good job, a whole lot more time will be spent finding and correcting other people's mistakes.
That has to be good, no?
Originally Posted by brewbuck:
Reimplementing a large system in another language to get a 25% performance boost is nonsense. It would be cheaper to just get a computer which is 25% faster.