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MAC users - anyone using Lion? » Post #19

Sat Dec 03, 2011 01:34 in General Talk

valerie wrote: Wouldn't it be the current version even tho I purchased in July?

You get free updates for lifetime so if you download it now, you will get the latest version ;)

Anyways, I am going offline for now. So no more replies in the next 2-3 hours from myside.
Bye.

MAC users - anyone using Lion? » Post #17

Sat Dec 03, 2011 01:21 in General Talk

The current version on the AppStore is 10.7.2

You can go to sleep as the installation won't start automatically until you accept the "Terms and Conditions" :lol:

So let it download while you sleep.

What sleep will you prefer ?

This >>>>


Or this >>>

MAC users - anyone using Lion? » Post #15

Sat Dec 03, 2011 01:11 in General Talk

Ok. So you just purchased it but didn't download it.

Yes, don't proceed with the installation immediately because then the installer will be automatically removed and you won't be able to create a disc.
First create the disc and then proceed with the installation. Also you might like to keep a copy of the InstallESD.dmg file (Lion installation file) which is around 3.74 GB on you Hard drive for future use (in case you lose the disc or it is destroyed. You can create another disc with this file then).

So right now you are downloading Lion 10.7.2 right?

Also go to sleep and have some rest as its already past 3 am. These installations/backups are a head-ache and I really get annoyed doing all these.

MAC users - anyone using Lion? » Post #13

Sat Dec 03, 2011 00:59 in General Talk

I'd like to ask you one question. You said you purchased Lion back in July. So you downloaded it from the MacApp store. So where is that downloaded file ?
Do you have it on you computer or did you double click that to initiate the installation ?

MAC users - anyone using Lion? » Post #11

Sat Dec 03, 2011 00:41 in General Talk

I think after downloading, it will install directly. You might have to click "Next" or "I agree" , etc.
And it won't be there in the Applications Folder.

Like I said, use Lion (which you installed over SL) for about 2 weeks and get used to it. I wouldn't suggest you to do a clean install immediately.

It's that time again... » Post #10

Sat Dec 03, 2011 00:33 in General Talk

valerie wrote: We probably have that cotton candy flavor here but I have not tried it.

Cotton Candy is Pink and Purple in color. Just letting you know in case you want to try it ;)

Ways to upgrade to premium » Post #3

Sat Dec 03, 2011 00:31 in General Talk

I see you are already upgraded. Are you posting this query on someone else's behalf (like your friend) ?

Valerie posted all the options above.

Apart from the above, ClixSense offers one more option for upgrades. You can upgrade your downline/referral for $12.95
In that case, you will not receive the $2 affiliate commission. Hence, the price is $12.95 and not $14.95

MAC users - anyone using Lion? » Post #9

Sat Dec 03, 2011 00:26 in General Talk

valerie wrote: That's the main reason why I did not download it...many said it runs slow.


Just want to add one more thing here. Lion is not slow at all if you do a clean install. In fact, it is at par with SL and many tech forums and review sites have proved it.
If you install it over Snow Leopard, then obviously it will be slow. Majority of the users have installed it over SL, so thats why they are complaining.

MAC users - anyone using Lion? » Post #8

Sat Dec 03, 2011 00:23 in General Talk

No it won't over write anything over Snow Leopard but it will slow up a little although Apple won't accept this fact openly.

All your applications, photos, videos, files, in short everything will be as it is. Just that the additional features of Lion will be added automatically after the installation is complete. Like more trackpad gestures, LaunchPad, Mission Control (which replaces Spaces), auto-save feature (which I absolutely love), etc.

So nothing to worry at all. Your files will remain as they were before :)
But I would highly recommend a clean install. But before that I would suggest you use Lion for about 2-3 weeks and get used to the new features. I'm sure you'll find it better than Snow Leopard.

It's that time again... » Post #7

Fri Dec 02, 2011 23:46 in General Talk

I don't have a favorite although I love Chocolate flavor.
Try Cotton Candy flavor from Baskin Robins. I don't know if you get that flavor in US but we do get it in India. And I love it

MAC users - anyone using Lion? » Post #6

Fri Dec 02, 2011 23:33 in General Talk

I bought my MacBook in July, just a week before Lion launched so I got it for free :P
And I actually burnt Lion to a DVD so now I have Snow Leopard and Lion both (on physical discs).

It took me just 40 minutes to install. Apple says you must have Snow Leopard 10.6.8 to install Lion. Non sense. You can do a clean install too just like I did. Installing Lion over Snow Leopard made my Mac too slow and I started having the shutdown issue as I described earlier. So I did a clean install of Lion by removing Snow Leopard completely.

Here are a couple of links telling you how to make a backup disc for Lion.

How to create an OS X Lion installation disc | MacFixIt - CNET Reviews
Egg Freckles | Burning a Lion Boot Disc


Quote:
But it sure appears it takes a longggg time to install. It keeps flashing time left and it is any where from a day + 4 hours to 6 hours to 19 hours to ... crazy.

You will face this issue if you are downloading Lion over the internet directly when starting up. I faced that too. :(
I wasted nearly 12 hours seeing that message once :?

Download it from the MacApp Store and make a disc. Then erase Snow Leopard completely and format the HD (after backing up your files obviously) and then perform a clean install Lion from the disc.


As for bugs with Lion, I have not faced any till now. Its a massive improvement from Snow Leopard so I'd say that those who are stuck with 10.6 or lower are really missing out Lion's innovative features.
In fact, according to me ==> Lion = OSX + iOS :)

I just hate one thing about Lion. And that is the inability of removing programs from the LaunchPad :thumbdown:

MAC users - anyone using Lion? » Post #4

Fri Dec 02, 2011 20:30 in General Talk

I am using Lion (10.7.2) on MacBook Pro 13.3". Its running absolutely perfect with no issues at all.

What problems are you facing?
Is it related to shutdown where the spinning gear keeps rotating and you have to shut it down forcibly by pressing the Power button for 5-6 seconds?

Im new to clicksense.. Anyone willing to help? » Post #8

Thu Dec 01, 2011 08:09 in General Talk

Also I'd like to add one more thing : You are NOT a premium member so you will NOT earn if your referrals on Levels 2 to 8 upgrade. In order to earn from their upgrades, you must be a Premium Member.

Im new to clicksense.. Anyone willing to help? » Post #7

Wed Nov 30, 2011 23:16 in General Talk

austynly wrote: I am currently having a very difficult time getting more referrals.. any suggestions on how i can get more referrals?

There are a few threads on the forum regarding 'How to get referrals'.

Free Classified Advertising Portals
D'u really get referrals advertising on PTC sites?
A few tips for building your ClixSense
Holidays = More Referrals for You

austynly wrote:
One more thing. i have a #2 downline referral. may i know if im suppose to earn commisions from him/her? becasue at this moment, im not.

You will earn $1 for every referral that upgrades on Levels 2 to 8. Not from their clicks or ad purchases.

भारतीय सदस्यों के लिए आपका स्वागत है » Post #34

Wed Nov 30, 2011 22:28 in Hindi

manjyot wrote: i am from mumbai mera man main ek sawal hai reff kaise banana hai advertise kiya par milta nahin is site k koi madad karega idea kuch batayga :)

Welcome Manjyot.
ClixSense Forum par aapka swaagat hai. :P

Agar tumhe referrals chahiye, to niche kuch threads hai jisse tumhe kaafi jaankari milegi.

Free Classified Advertising Portals
D'u really get referrals advertising on PTC sites?
A few tips for building your ClixSense
Holidays = More Referrals for You

Free Classified Advertising Portals » Post #4

Wed Nov 30, 2011 09:29 in General Talk

dekata16 wrote: много, ама много полезна информация ,стига да има кой да я прочете и да я приложи.по нататък обещавам и аз ще ви кажа нещо интересно,как да получите реферал но стабилен.защото временните реферали не вършат нищо.важното е да ги убедиш в програмата която работи за теб и основно за тях. :thumbup: :clixsense:

English please.

D'u really get referrals advertising on PTC sites? » Post #8

Tue Nov 29, 2011 22:03 in General Talk

And I just got a referral from Bangladesh a few minutes back through my Adhitz ad :P

D'u really get referrals advertising on PTC sites? » Post #6

Tue Nov 29, 2011 20:49 in General Talk

bilge8408 wrote:

Can you give some tips for adhitz??
Forexample, do you prefer banner adds or text adds? Which do you think is more succesful?
What is the optimum budget to get a good result in terms of sign ups? Or again what is your advice about it?


Adhitz offers advertising services to people with all budgets. You can start a campaign with as little as $2 (for Paypal) and $6 (for Alertpay). Obviously, there is no limit to the maximum amount you can spend.
You only pay for the amount of clicks your ads receive (and not the no. of impressions) incase you are purchasing a Network ad or a PPC campaign on a particular site. So you will receive genuine clicks instead of forced views from people who are 'paid' to click. In short, you receive quality traffic.

Quote:do you prefer banner adds or text adds? Which do you think is more succesful?

It all depends where you are advertising. If you are advertising on a PTC then Banner ads are better. If you are advertising on a site which has a lot of content (like a blog), then I would personally prefer a Text ad.


Quote:What is the optimum budget to get a good result in terms of sign ups? Or again what is your advice about it?

Optimum Budget : It depends what you can afford. So I cannot really help you out on that. But, I'd say atleast $10-$15 if you are buying a Network ad.


Another hint : Stay updated. For example - ClixSense lately opened registrations to users from Bangladesh and Turkey. So getting your ClixSense ref. link in front of those people will give you a better conversion rate ;)

Snowing » Post #13

Tue Nov 29, 2011 09:23 in General Talk

100℉ (~ 38℃) is managable for me. When it gets over 42°, it gets a bit too much to handle.

But, when it gets cold (generally below 10℃), I tend to get sick (cough, cold, blocked nose, etc..)

Snowing » Post #11

Tue Nov 29, 2011 09:07 in General Talk

I've never experienced snow in my life so I'd love to get that feeling.
Rather I have experienced extreme temperatures - upto 48℃
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