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In article <google.com>, ZBOXMAN <com> wrote:   Have you tried zapping the PRAM? -- Jerry Kindall, Seattle, WA <http://www.jerrykindall.com/> When replying by e-mail, use plain text ONLY to make sure I read it. Due to spam and viruses, I filter all mail with HTML or attachments....

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    Default Re: I teach first aid and my students often ask about returning a fracture

    In article <google.com>, ZBOXMAN
    <com> wrote:
     

    Have you tried zapping the PRAM?

    --
    Jerry Kindall, Seattle, WA <http://www.jerrykindall.com/>

    When replying by e-mail, use plain text ONLY to make sure I read it.
    Due to spam and viruses, I filter all mail with HTML or attachments.
    Jerry Guest

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    Default Re: I teach first aid and my students often ask about returning a fracture

    In article <google.com>,
    com (ZBOXMAN) wrote:
     

    Press the CUDA button, that should straighten everything out ;-)

    Doug

    --
    Doug Brown - La Grande, OR - http://www.ircandy.com/doug/
    Idiot's Guide to Mac Cases - http://www.ircandy.com/maccases/
    If you want to reply by email, remove "pleasenospam." and ".invalid"
    Doug Guest

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    Default Re: I teach first aid and my students often ask about returning a fracture

    In article <google.com>,
    com (ZBOXMAN) wrote:
     

    How to properly post to Usenet, moron!

    --
    Enough <com>
    Enough Guest

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    Default Re: I teach first aid and my students often ask about returning a fracture

    In article <supernews.com>,
    Bob Ball <nope.net> wrote:
     [/ref]
    >
    >You're all missing the point. Command-Z is what he wants.[/ref]

    Command-z only works on the Centris, pre-1996 PowerMacs, and
    PowerBook G3 (except, of course, the original white-keyboard
    PowerBook G3). The only combination which works on all Macs
    is command-option-ctrl-0 but this has the side-effect in all
    New World machines (except the 'series A' tray-loading iMacs)
    of putting the hard disk to sleep if you have any CD-writers
    or scanners plugged into the USB port. You can download
    an update to correct this from Apple (Knowledge Base article
    83304) but a better fix is to update your OS to at least
    MacOS 8.0.4 or to make sure that your printer is plugged
    directly into one of the USB sockets on your Mac rather than
    via the keyboard.


    Simon Guest

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    Default Re: I teach first aid and my students often ask about returning a fracture

     
    > >
    > >You're all missing the point. Command-Z is what he wants.[/ref]
    >
    > Command-z only works on the Centris, pre-1996 PowerMacs, and
    > PowerBook G3 (except, of course, the original white-keyboard
    > PowerBook G3). The only combination which works on all Macs
    > is command-option-ctrl-0 but this has the side-effect in all
    > New World machines (except the 'series A' tray-loading iMacs)
    > of putting the hard disk to sleep if you have any CD-writers
    > or scanners plugged into the USB port. You can download
    > an update to correct this from Apple (Knowledge Base article
    > 83304) but a better fix is to update your OS to at least
    > MacOS 8.0.4 or to make sure that your printer is plugged
    > directly into one of the USB sockets on your Mac rather than
    > via the keyboard.[/ref]

    OK, OK, I'm having a hard time with this: Skip the command-Z. What if we
    take the verbiage of this and the previous posts and print it, say at
    288 points on 11x17 sheets. Begin wrapping the afflicted limb at the
    position of function, applying liberal amounts of command-V. Let dry.
    After several weeks, use Command-X to remove.

    --
    Bob Ball
    If you want to think positive thoughts, surround yourself with positive people.
    If you want to email me, eliminate the negative.
    Bob Guest

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