December 22, 2008 1:49 PM
updated: December 22, 2008 2:05 PM
I have the same issue with mine. When I access Rovio across the Internet I am alway prompted for a user name and password. I enter the users name and password for the non-admin user but Rovio is actually asking for the Admin name and password.
Never used the admin, I'm using my usual Giobatta user and works fine, both inside the LAN and outside, but I changed the password for the admin, actually I'm using the same pwd for both the accounts, maybe it is for that reason it works?
Using Safari on my PowerBook running 10.5.6 results in Safari sucking most of my CPU power and making the PowerBook unresponsive or so slow to respond as to be unusable. Using Firefox 3.0.5 on my MacBook seems to work without killing the CPU on my MacBook.
same here, reported some posts ago, both the cores of the iMac are at 80% using Safari 3.2.1, but I noticed also a faster framerate in Safari (atm I'm using 640x480 without lag, outside the network)
not tryied Firefox yet, the video quality and brightness are identical to Safari (I read on Windows this change a lot depending of the browser) ?