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Friday, May 24, 2013 @ 11:26am

When Senior User "chasg" was unable to connect Bluetooth devices to their iPad mini after they updated to iOS 6.1.3, they turned to the forums for some help. Earlier this week Grizzled Vetran "jeff k" started a thread after noticing that sometimes posts don't "snap into place" when using calendar, and couldn't quite figure out what that was all about.



Junior Member "poynter" has been trying to get their Xante Screen Writer 4 printer to work with their new Retina MacBook Pro, however a solution has yet to be found. Yesterday the conversation continued about when new Mac Pros could be expected in the threat titled "server." Also this week forum members continue to discuss the best way of setting up a backup system in a fairly popular thread started by Dedicated MacNNer "Eden Aurora" earlier this month.

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