Good news: I'm now running iOS 5.1.1... (unjailbroken. Will have to do that later...) And the update went without having to go back to an unjailbroken version, so it was easy.
Bad news: I made a backup of my music folder (20GB) into my hard drive (30GB free). Then launched the update. It told me there wasn't enough space to back up my media, so I figured okay it's going to back it all up so let's let it do it by itself... I proceeded to remove my backup folder, and launched the upgrade. When I came back an hour later, I had an error message saying there was a synchronization problem. Okay... I rebooted my iPod, it was upgraded to iOS 5, yay, and then I noticed the music folder was empty. Then I looked into my hard drive, and it had 30GB of free data, meaning that none of my music folders had been backed up!
Thank you, Apple..!!!
The music library is still 'backed up' as a text file in iTunes, so I'm going to have to find every CD again on my hard drive and copy it manually... About 200 albums. Again, thank you.
Additionally, iTunes 10.6 is extremely slow to sync. Heck, I started this post after launching a copy request, and it's still frozen. Thank you very, very much Apple. I know what I'll be doing when I consider buying an iPhone... I'll do something else with my money.
Posted: August 17th, 2012, 05:56 PM
Also, Opera too can be an ass...
Opera Mini 7.0.x gives a user agent string that basically identifies it as Opera 11.10. Fine by me. However, Mini doesn't support gradients -- while 11.10 desktop does!
And I don't really see myself going through detectBrowser to add a special case... Or even adding mandatory fallbacks before the linear-gradient line when the browser itself is saying it supports gradients... -_-