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Confused about downline. » Post #5

Fri Jul 27, 2012 11:59 in General Support

You're welcome.

Confused about downline. » Post #3

Thu Jul 26, 2012 16:18 in General Support

Let's see....envision you are the coach for a sports team.
You tell John, he can pick three people for his team....

John - chooses Ted, Fred, and Alfred

Now John tells Ted, Fred, and Alfred, they can each choose three people for their team

And Ted, Fred, and Alfred each choose 3 people and so on this process continues of people choosing members for their team.

How many members did John directly refer?
He referred 3.
And is that the first team?
Yes
So all of John's team is on his 1st level.

Well what about the teams formed by Ted, Fred, and Alfred?
They are on John's 2nd level.

And what about all the teams brought in by the 2nd level group?
They are all on John's 3rd level.

So on and so on.

You can think of this as uni-level system with unlimited width and limited depth.
Which means, you sponsor a million people and that million will all be on your first level.

Unlimited income potential.

Confused about downline. » Post #2

Thu Jul 26, 2012 16:10 in General Support

No.

Everyone YOU refer, will be on your 1st level.

Everyone your referrals refer, will be on your 2nd level.

Everyone your second levels refer, will be on your third level.

...and so on

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #21

Thu Jul 26, 2012 15:08 in General Talk

The coupon printer install automatically came up when I was at the walmart coupon printer page.
I guess with this upgrade, they fixed it. There was a popup on the page that stated OS X so that
is cool. I did the install and it works.

My printer is working fine too. I don't know if it was from the upgrade or due to the dsl people fixing
the remote at the connector down the road.

I can say the upgrade was worth it to me. It obviously upgraded with the major coupon printer softwares
out there. I'm not a big coupon clipper but there are times when I see a good one that I will use. Can't
use it if you can't print it out. :lol:

Oh I figured out, sort of, what that drop column was I was seeing at the apple site in video images.
It's the line symbols up the top right corner, when I click it, it moves the desktop over to the left and
says 'No Notifications' in an empty column to the right. Guess I am going to have to activate something
if I want that to appear.

Growl....well I don't know. I've got the bear claw symbol up there and I use to get a constant 'update growl' that drove me nuts and I think I turned all that off. Not to mention people coming and going thru chat rooms and with speakers on, that drove me nuts too.

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #20

Thu Jul 26, 2012 14:40 in General Talk

I'm getting ready to test the printer and coupon printer. Those coupon sites out there make ya download their printer software. Which is a crock of dog do. Also my dsl guy was out here today and told me there was an issue down the road at the connector. Something about the remote. I've been noticing more and more static on my landline and dsl going off and on frequently. Could be my printer will work correctly now. I'm going to reboot everything and see.

Also, I am pretty sure you are correct about doing the upgrades on many devices. Some people have a lot of apple products. I only have this imac and I have an apple 4th generation iPod.

The dictation.....oh it appears to be a joke. I started to try it for composing an email and it says, it sends your message to apple to convert it to text and takes your contacts too!

I tell ya, as time continues, you just wait and see if you have any privacy at all left! Privacy will soon be a thing of the past.

In addition, I am considering the apple tv and thought this upgrade would be good for it. I've got to read more about it before I decide to purchase.

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #17

Thu Jul 26, 2012 13:49 in General Talk

Yes I read about the facebook integration not available right now.

I have not looked over everything yet. You know the thing about me and MAC, I don't utilize half of what is on it.
Yet it seems, as soon as you want something, you don't have it. :lol:
Plus, I've never taken the time out to even discover how everything works or what everything is.

I'm not sure what that side bar column is that it displays in the video images at apple for this upgrade.
It's not displaying on mine. Maybe I have to click something to drop it down.

Also, I have never set up my mac email system. I have not figured out a reason to do so. Why would I want a
bunch of email flying in on my computer when I can keep gmail open in a tab, 24/7?

Personally, I think this update should have been free. I mean my gosh, we just paid for an upgrade a few months ago for Lion and I think everyone that upgraded to Lion, should have had this upgrade free.

I just wonder now if the coupon printer thingie will work now. I have not been able to print out coupons since I did the Lion upgrade. Also, my wireless printer some times works, and some times does not. Here again, that became an issue with the Lion upgrade.

The 'Notes' and the 'Reminders', I doubt I will ever use those either.

The main thing for me about doing the upgrade is, it seems that as time moves forward, other things come out that want you to have those upgrades. Also if you don't do the upgrades, when they come out with another, you may have to stop and do the previous before you can do the recent.

It's a catch 22.

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #15

Thu Jul 26, 2012 10:03 in General Talk

I have not tried the dictation yet but will in awhile after I get woke up.
With that said, I did read thru many of the reviews and have not read anyone having a problem with it.

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #12

Thu Jul 26, 2012 02:14 in General Talk

It does appear to run faster.

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #11

Thu Jul 26, 2012 01:57 in General Talk

It took mine 4 and a half hours to download. Then it took 30 minutes to install.
I'm presently looking at what's new.

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #9

Wed Jul 25, 2012 19:53 in General Talk

Ok it's started the download and I'll say it's 7pm. See how long it takes. :D

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #8

Wed Jul 25, 2012 19:41 in General Talk

It completed the updates. I think it must have been busy or I simply had a slow connection at that moment. Not sure but I suspect it is everyone doing updates.

Ok, now I am wondering what the point is of the mountain lion. I have the new safari, updates, etc. Seems I have most of what they mentioned in mountain lion.

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #6

Wed Jul 25, 2012 19:09 in General Talk

I did a stop and then start and it appears to be going a little faster.
This is what my update says:

iWork Update 9.2 adds support for the following features available on OS X Mountain Lion:

iCloud: Store documents in iCloud and keep them automatically up to date across your Mac, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and the web. Changes made to a document on one device automatically appear on all your other devices. Requires iWork for iOS 1.6.1 or later installed on iOS device.
Dictation: Speak words, numbers, or sentences and watch them appear in your presentation, document, or spreadsheet.
The iWork apps are also enhanced to take advantage of the Retina display on new Mac hardware so presentations, documents, and spreadsheets appear sharper and more vibrant.
This update is recommended for users of iWork 9.0 and later. For detailed information on this update and individual application changes, please visit this site:

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #5

Wed Jul 25, 2012 19:06 in General Talk

I have the 27"iMac.

I've been thinking about getting the macbook pro but kept thinking I'd wait til they came out with a
new version or at least until after this mountain lion update. I'm not sure now if I will get one or not.
Seems every time I buy something, the next day they come up with something I'd rather have. :roll:

Technology, can't keep up with it!

Still, I can't believe how long this update is taking. I thought about canceling it and trying it again.
I guess they are just very busy with everyone doing the downloads.

Oh for heaven sakes! Now it says 82 hours. I'm going to cancel it and try again.

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #3

Wed Jul 25, 2012 18:57 in General Talk

I checked for updates and it's taking forever, just to do updates.
Updating iwork, safari, and something else.
Time left, keeps climbing...it's now at 71 hours!!! :shock:

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #1

Wed Jul 25, 2012 18:08 in General Talk

Mountain Lion?

premium membership @$3 per month » Post #7

Wed Jul 25, 2012 16:49 in Feature Requests

Does anyone realize the fees on sending $3.00 ?

You might as well just hand the payment processor $3.00.

Crowdflower login fail » Post #2

Wed Jul 25, 2012 16:43 in Tasks

Just guessing but it sounds like you need to contact CrowdFlower.
If you're sending for password/login info over there and not getting it, it would probably be due to either
not existing or you're using a bad email account....or the email going to spam.

Make sure you use a solid email account for these things because the email highway is worse than any
traffic jam you have ever been in. I suggest gmail dot com

Can my earnings be forfeited and how? » Post #2

Wed Jul 25, 2012 06:49 in Your Stats

No. As long as you are active, you can cash out whenever you want. If you want to leave it for a year and then cash out, you can.

Hidden Campaigns? » Post #5

Tue Jul 24, 2012 18:08 in Feature Requests

Take it and put it in a short redirect to get a short url that is senseless.
Like at 'tiny url dot com'.

What does $10.00 buy you in your country? » Post #54

Tue Jul 24, 2012 18:05 in General Talk

Nariamma wrote:
valerie wrote: Pizza in the USA is not an expensive food and pizza chains are always constantly offering special deals.
Pizza Hut for example often have a 2 pizza with 2 topping choices each, for $10. Some times they offer
a very large speciality pizza (your choice of meat lovers, veggie lovers, etc) for $10.


I miss pizza hot and the cheesy crusts...
I live in a very small town, there's only 1 pizza place (one food place) and the medium pizzas are 9€ each, the burguers are 16€ with fries (no soda included)
The city is about 1hr far from here and the pizzas are kinda the same price, maybe cheaper but smaller, the burguers are way cheaper at mcdonalds or hesburguer... but the nearest pizza hut I know about it almost 5hrs by car :/

And maybe that's why no company is interested in my opinion... xD

Narlamma, I think you and I are in the same boat. I live in a rural area and there is no food delivery here.
It is also a little drive to get to pizza hut or any fast food place. I think that is just as well. If you eat fast
food all the time, you get fat. :lol: Make it yourself with less fattening ingredients.
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