As for graphical glitches? Not really at least I don't believe it is....basically what happens sometimes (so far it's kinda rare) is that the screen will turn off while I am using it (seems to go in sleep mode) and there is no way for me to bring it back -- I've tried typing on the keyboard, moving the mouse, etc. I had to force shutdown once and the second time it happened I think it came back after a while.
Could that be a graphical glitch? But it barely happens...I can't recreate it.
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Can anybody recommend me a good (high quality) HDMI adapter for the MBP please ?
It works way better than the friggin' 35 dollar Moshi adapter I bought prior to it. It works really well. It outputs both audio and HDMI.
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I do use a Moshi one. I use it every day and it has worked fine for me. I know they've made at least two revisions of it and I have the second revision. I remember reports about the first revision was flawed so maybe you had that one PBM?Other opinions are available.
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It could be the java try reinstalling that.
I do have the PDF viewing plug-in; the issue I have isn't exactly the same as the issue being described in that thread. I probably need to pay more attention to what I am doing before it starts happening to make note of what may be causing it.
I could try removing the plug-in but I am not sure if that will help.
@The Cage -- any particular reason you think it may be java?
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I think it happens when my battery is low and the computer switches to the standard GPU. I went into settings > Energy Saver and turned off automatic graphics switching and the problem went away.
I will try using my computer with that setting off for a while to see if it happens again. So Tutankham was right that it could be GPU related.
If that is the cause, now the question is, how do I fix that? When the computer is using the high performance GPU the issue seems to go away.
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Basicaly, Java supports windows more than mac, simple.
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