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There is a replacement program and a temporary fix. http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203787 I gave an answer here to the same problem. http://apple.stackexchange.com/a/168576/91609


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Open Terminal and enter: defaults delete -g CGContextHighlight2xScaledImages and hit the Enter key. Restart your Mac. This will disable highlighting non-retina images with a red overlay (probably in Apple apps only). To reenable it open Terminal and just enter: defaults write -g CGContextHighlight2xScaledImages YES and hit the Enter key.


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EUREKA! I found it! The way I achieved this marvelous setup, was with a combination of a tiny AppleScript saved as an .app file, and the brilliant, free third-party prefPane app, Do Something When. Instructions: Set up up the first part of the process as linked to in the question, which will give the following settings in AutoImporter (so that when you ...


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0644 is good for pictures. 0755 is only needed for executable files and directories (thanks, Mateusz). Note that 0644 grants read access to all users. If you want to deny read access to other users, then you might consider 0600 instead. More info: man 1 chmod.


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If you use the Preview to open that PDF or Pic then you can look up the original dimensions in Inches. In Preview go to Tools- Adjust Size By default it will be in pixels, but just click on the Units and select Inches. Now it will show the actual size of the original image.


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Open the file in Preview. Press command + I to open the Inspector window. You'll find the DPI of the image. You should get the required DPI in of the image. Now launch Spotlight and divide image size in each dimension with the DPI. You should get your answer.


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Being useful doesn't make it native though. It's a web-tool, not a native-Mac converter application/utility/command-line-tool/script.


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Based on your specifications I am guessing that you are using a MacBook Pro with Retina Display. I have heard about glitches with ones that have a dedicated GPU because OS X actually used both the integrated and the dedicated side by side. To fix this problem you are probably going to want to reset your SMC (System Management Controller) which controls these ...


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Try online service images2pdf.com. It rotates, compresses and combines multiple images into a single PDF file.



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