[TxMt] Re: Weird Lines TextMate 2 on Retina Display
rolf.langenhuijzen at xs4all.nl
Thu Jun 28 19:58:38 UTC 2012
I'll jump on this because I started going OT to begin with :) … not many have those retina laptops anyway so it's hard to compare/debug :))
What I usually do is sort-of put it a lot of ram when I get it.. then after 2-4 years (depending on how much you use it) it's time to get a new one probably.. I use a lot of pc's at work still and I don't update those as well, maybe the ram, but that is just because I start at 4GB and then upgrade to 8 GB for example… but really you want a new processor anyway and a brand new hd super-screen and all that… so you end up using it 1 more year and then get a new one.
Tiny laptops = other ways of fabricating.. so I think the rest will follow too in the end (for slimmer machines), even though it kinda sucks. Fingers crossed it doesn't die :)
On Jun 28, 2012, at 9:46 PM, William Pickens wrote:
> the fact that storage and ram are now soldered to the machine is enough to never get a MBP again. So not only upgrading is much more expensive(since you have buy the extra storage and ram from apple when you purchase the unit at their absurd prices) you won't be able to extend the life of the unit by adding more storage or ram later down the road with third party hardware.
> So that, with the price of the unit, and the removal of the 17" from their line, I must say this will probably be my last mac…
> thats just me, thats why I'm curious to see what people are saying about these new MBPs
> On Jun 28, 2012, at 12:29 PM, Rolf Langenhuijzen wrote:
>> Totally OT, but do you think the new mbp is worth the price (well of course you do, you bought one), what was the reason to decide to go for it?
>> On Jun 28, 2012, at 6:16 PM, Ben Smith wrote:
>>> On my new MBP, TextMate 2 displays horizontal black lines. Selecting
>>> the text in the are makes them go away, but they are very annoying.
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