> Not sure what you mean here-plug it into your system? You can plug it > into the 'Net if it's got a modem... or you can network the two > together, is that what you mean? Actually that is what I was hoping would be possible without a major expendature or reconfig of either system. Haven't been down this road so if you could advise?? I have my system setup using ADSL with a point to point software for the DSL line. Also I use an external router "speedstream" which connects to my system thru the Intel 10/100 network adapter card and the 10/100 intel hub. It would be great if I could just plug her system into the intel 10/100 hub. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Paul Bradforth" <pbi at dircon.co.uk> To: <thelist at lists.evolt.org> Sent: Tuesday, August 15, 2000 11:58 AM Subject: Re: [thelist] Critique please (http://squalidnet.port5.com) > On 15/8/00 at 11:30 am, krr at ix.netcom.com (kevin raleigh) wrote: > > > Just spotted this information, could you clarify?? I haven't much info > > on the Mac. > > > > I do know that it has trouble with fonts and such. > > No trouble; if anything, PCs have the trouble. Mac screen resolution is > 72 dpi, which is the same number of pixels per inch as there are > typographical points in an inch, which means that type displays at a > normal size on a Mac. PCs have a res. of 96dpi, which means type > displays differently. If you design a site on a PC and don't bother to > make sure it displays on Macs OK too, then type which is OK on a PC will > display tiny on a Mac. > > > Also I have access to a Mac PowerBook 1400 and I would like to plug it > > in to my system so that I can view my work on occassion. Is this > > possible?? > > Not sure what you mean here-plug it into your system? You can plug it > into the 'Net if it's got a modem... or you can network the two > together, is that what you mean? > > > I currently use a PII w98se 333mhz the power book is supposed to be > > a w95 with built in modem > > Don't get the 'w95 with built in modem' bit here...what does that mean? > > best wishes, > > Paul > > http://www.paulbradforth.com > http://pbi.freelancers.net > > > > --------------------------------------- > For unsubscribe and other options, including > the Tip Harvester and archive of TheList go to: > http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !