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Here are the steps to save multiple images in Preview into a single multi-page PDF. Select all of the images you want in your PDF, right-click and choose open with Preview In Preview's Sidebar drag the images into the order you want them to appear in your PDF Then from the "File" menu choose "Print Selected Images" and then "PDF > Save as PDF"
Took me a while to find this, but here's the profile picture directory in Mountain Lion: ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.ImageKit.RecentPictureService/Data/Library/Images/Recent\ Pictures/
@Rick - With Mirroring turned off, when you open System Preferences and click Desktop & Screen Saver, you should see a window open in each display that allows you to select a distinct background image for each display. Mac 101: Change your desktop
Use Dropbox to upload it, then copy the link to the clipboard and paste it in your answer using the Markdown syntax: ![alt text](url)
Automator You can batch convert these files by: Open Automator from /Applications Create a new Workflow Drag the Get Specified Finder Items to the workflow builder. Drag the Change Type of Images to the workflow builder. This will prompt you to add the Copy Finder Items action as a backup option. That's up to you. Click the Add... button in the Get ...
The weight of data (in gigs) doesn't really matter with iPhoto. That's just file storage. If you have a large HD with plenty of free space (30%+ and never less than 10%), it really doesn't matter. iPhoto used to be rated for 250,000 items in the library, but in the most recent update it has the same format as Aperture, and that is effectively unlimited. ...
The photo can be found in the /Library/Caches folder, if you haven't cleared this folder yet. Otherwise, I recommend typing: dscl . -read /Users/short_username JPEGPhoto | tail -1 | xxd -r -p > /PATH/TO/accountImage.jpg on one line in a Terminal window, from Chealion's brilliant answer here. In the above example, a JPEG copy will be saved to ...
I can confirm this is a bug with the Intel Graphics 4000 GPU. I see the graphics artifacts on my 13" Retina MacBook Pro and not on my older MBP which has Mt. Lion and an Nvidia Geforce GPU. I have first hand experience with this issue while trying to develop css buttons for websites... I believe the artifacts can be reproduced by using the css3 ...
You may use ImageMagick in order to crop from command line. That way you may include the command inside an Applescript, or call the command directly from terminal. You can install it following these instructions and then you crop all images inside a folder, given: convert '*.jpg' -crop 120x120+10+5 thumbnail%03d.png where 120x120 is the resulting size ...
Using ImageMagick: $ convert image.png -crop '1x1+100+200' txt:- Outputs, e.g. # ImageMagick pixel enumeration: 1,1,255,rgb 0,0: (236,236,236) #ECECEC rgb(236,236,236) Or, if the file is PNG-24 file, it outputs e.g. # ImageMagick pixel enumeration: 1,1,255,rgba 0,0: ( 0, 0, 0,243) #000000F3 rgba(0,0,0,0.952941) At -crop option I've first ...
In later iWork edition Apple made changes to the formats so this is the cause that you can not follow the procedure described in the article that you are referring. The best way to go around this annoyance would be: Open the pages document with your current pages (I assume is the latest Pages), Save us some other name but before you do it extend the save ...
Yes this is normal. Both the 15" and the 17" MacBook Pro have two graphic cards and use the Intel HD graphics for normal function and switch to the ATI Radeon when a more graphically demanding application is being run. Also when you connect the external display the ATI card kicks in in order to drive both of your screens. This is why you get the blue screen ...
There is a default application named Preview in OS-X for editing images. If you created any screen shots, just open that screenshot image in Preview application and you can see the edit toolbar to edit the image.
No - currently, only computers with a ThunderBolt port (combined DisplayPort + PCIe data) will work for video in mirroring on an iMac. This means a small selection of other Macs that ship with thunderbolt currently work. There could be adapters later that help, and perhaps a firmware update, but even a MacBook Air that you buy today with DisplayPort out ...
Try opening Terminal, type killall Dock and press return. Dock controls the desktop background in Lion. If it's still grey after that, try rm ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.desktop then killall Dock
The iOS Notes app is not able to insert pictures. At best it will paste a url to an image. I suggest you use another note app such as Evernote or Notability.
From https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3481136: Search for images by pressing Ctrl + F Add a search attribute Pick the "Orientation" attribute Set "equals" to 0 if you want landscape/horizontal, 1 if you want portrait/vertical
A quick search gave me two promising applications: Commercial: Creaceed Morph Age Freeware: Norrkross MorphX I believe that both do what you want.
The answer is no (correctly answered by @JFW), this is not possible using Firewire because the protocol simply does not provide the required bandwidth. However, when the day comes you purchase a machine equipped with Thunderbolt, continue reading. Sonnet recently announced the release of several "add-on" components that make use of a Mac's thunderbolt port. ...
Create a slide with the background you want, then copy that background. Go the master slides section, click on the master slide you are using, and paste the background onto the master slide. All your slides (that use that master slide) will have the same background.
1) Open System Preferences » Desktop and Screen Saver: 2) Click the "+" at the bottom left: 3) Press Command + Shift + G to bring up the "Go To Folder" menu, and paste in the path to the background image: /System/Library/Frameworks/AppKit.framework/Versions/C/Resources/NSTexturedFullScreenBackgroundColor.png (Press Go, and then Return when you see ...
You can do it with Imagemagick from a terminal. If you have Homebrew, installing it is as easy as: brew install imagemagick Once you have it, open the terminal and go to the folder where you have the pictures, then do: convert foo* +append result.jpg And there you have it, your 100 pictures in a row. You can also make a column with them, instead of ...
You may want to watch this YouTube video - it shows the scenario that I believe you're looking to solve - it uses Preview to create a multi-page PDF. The steps are: Open your images in Preview Select Print from the File menu (or ⌘P) Click on the "PDF" button in the Print dialog and select "Save as PDF..." from the dropdown Provide a file name and Save
Try OsiriX: http://www.osirix-viewer.com The viewer is free and I used it myself to inspect x ray images.
Dropbox is a good idea, but since you are using Adobe Ideas, which has an "email photo" link, you could just use the Email Upload features of any photo sharing site (eg. Flickr email upload link, twitpic, etc.), and then copy the link from the browser.
Unfortunately, there appears to be no way to create a favicon via the gui elements of iWeb. However, you are able to pretty simply add the html to the published version of your site. I recommend following this guide from All About iWeb. It walks you through how to first create the favicon using one of a variety of free online tools and then informs you ...
dupeguru picture ed is free and does exactly that. http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/22724/dupeguru-picture-edition
gfxCardStatus is a free app that lives in your menu bar. When you click it, it tells you which graphics card you're using. It also has a beta feature that lets you manually switch to one or the other. Hope it serves you well.
You don't specify how old your MBP is, but some MBPs built a few years ago shipped with graphics cards that fatally crashed after a few years of years. That's what happened to mine and it was a warranty fix because a recall was done. My understanding of the chime is that it is hard-coded into the motherboard. If it is not playing with the chime, then you ...
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