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comment Need to Change DNS to get Gmail to Speed UP
@Hennes do you mean the IPs associated with gmail.com? Do you think there would be many of those (and that they would change frequently)?
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comment Need to Change DNS to get Gmail to Speed UP
@w3d Yes, I think the slowness is almost certainly associated with inbox size. I have bought extra storage from Google, so on a percentage basis the inbox isn't slow, but I do have over 11GB in there. I've already gone to great pains to prune that down (including using FindBigMail but unfortunately it's hard for met to get it much lower than that.
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comment Need to Change DNS to get Gmail to Speed UP
@Hennes agree 100%, I've just been using it as a poor stopgap. I'd love to find the root cause of this.
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comment Need to Change DNS to get Gmail to Speed UP
@w3d if I do that, then OS X always uses the first entry and the effect of the "toggling" doesn't occur.
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comment Photoshop Doesn't Have Smooth Gradients on a Specific Monitor
Could you please clarify what you mean by colour generated-gradients?
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comment Photoshop Doesn't Have Smooth Gradients on a Specific Monitor
@IgnacioVazquez-Abrams, interesting...what do you think would cause that?
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comment Photoshop Doesn't Have Smooth Gradients on a Specific Monitor
@Darokthar, fwiw, the computer is only 2-3 months old. I realize it's certainly still possible for a monitor to be defective after only a few months, but it's perhaps less likely.
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comment Photoshop Doesn't Have Smooth Gradients on a Specific Monitor
@freedenizen, rather than seeing a continuous gradient, I see a horizontal line (at the point where I drew the arrow saying "Discontinuity") where there is a jump between colors.
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comment Photoshop Doesn't Have Smooth Gradients on a Specific Monitor
@music2myear, yes it was working correctly before. This is a new development.
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