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Much better is cmd+alt+i and move on all files for quick view dimesnions.


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If you look at the latest machines, you've got the built-in Intel Iris 6100 graphics with optional AMD Radeon R9 M370x. If you're concerned about gaming, the AMD chip is going to get you roughly 20% faster performance and slightly better quality lighting than the Iris can do. One nice but probably less important thing to note is that the AMD chip has its ...


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You can check the hardware requirements of the games you want to play in the App Store. This will give you a good idea on what exactly you'll need.


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Just sum up all that been said here and in this thread: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6035388?tstart=0 1. Use a legacy driver I've found a link for a driver that works: http://cdn.wacom.com/U/Drivers/Mac/Consumer/530/PenTablet_5.3.0-3.dmg 2. Open System Preferences in 32bit mode Now, to get rid of this error: Locate System Preferences in your ...


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You can use a "Run Shell Script" action and sips to downscale your pictures to any value. Add a "Run Shell Script" action, make sure the input method is set to "stdin" (should be the default) and insert the following script SCALEFACTOR=500 while IFS= read file; do sips --resampleWidth $(($(sips -g pixelWidth "$file" | ...



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