2 commentaires sur “Ecran bleu après le démarrage de Leopard”

  1. La réponse d’Unsanity est aussi très amusante ;-)

    We wanted to send out some information to our mailing list subscribers about Mac OS X 10.5 and Unsanity’s Application Enhancer.
    First and formost. *Before* you install Mac OS X 10.5, make sure you have Application Enhancer (APE) 2.0.3 or later installed. You can download it from http://www.unsanity.net/ape-203.dmg (the webpage is at http://unsanity.com/haxies/ape ).
    Make *sure* you have APE 2.0.3 or later installed *before* you install Mac OS X 10.5. If you have an earlier version of APE installed before you install 10.5, you may exhibit one of the following symptoms upon booting into Mac OS X 10.5:

    – Your goldfish may die.
    – A strange dog might bite you on the street.
    – A friend may punch you.
    – Your computer may catch fire.
    – Your loved one may leave you.

    All of these things are really bad. So we urge everyone to make sure they have APE 2.0.3 or later installed. If you aren’t sure, install APE 2.0.3 or later from the link above. APE 2.0.3 was released on March 14th, 2007. And please, always keep your software up to date.
    A note about 10.5 and haxies:
    As long as you have APE 2.0.3, nothing bad will happen in 10.5. Well, nothing we can control. However, none of your APE Modules will work either.
    Developers in Apple’s Mac OS X developer program (ADC) got the final 10.5 GM yesterday. We are still downloading the huge 6.66GB image and as soon as the downloads finish for our developers, we will be hard at work on making our software work on 10.5.
    You can keep up to date with the status of haxies and 10.5 by viewing http://unsanity.com/products/compatibility/ and we will post more information as we have it on our blog at http://unsanity.org/ . Mac OS X 10.5 compatibility is currently our number one priority.
    « If APE doesn’t work in 10.5, shouldn’t I just uninstall it? »
    No, you should not. Just make sure you have APE 2.0.3 or later. A lot of third party (and Unsanity made) utilities depend on the APE framework itself being there. As it has some extremely useful functions. Removing it may cause these Applications and/or preference panes to stop launching.
    For more information on Unsanity haxies, please visit:
    Unsanity LLC is the creator of other popular haxies such as WindowShade X, ShapeShifter, FontCard, Mighty Mouse, Menu Master, FruitMenu, Xounds, Dock Detox, and Silk. Unsanity is dedicated to providing quality software for the Macintosh community.

    -Rosyna of the Unsanity Team
    Always needs a hug

  2. Encore plus savoureux: dans une fenêtre de finder, sous la rubrique partage… si un PC se trouve dans le LAN…. il apparaît avec une icône représentant un moniteur avec un blue screen…

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