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Just found: The Inkscape could measure the path length: select the path click Extension -> Visualise path -> Measure path It will attach the length of the path into image. Not the native OS X app (needs X.org), but works OK, and it is free.
I run three ubuntu VM, light garage band or Logic Pro and Safari, FaceTime and Apple productivity apps on the 2015 MacBook - base model, base storage, base RAM. You'll have significant CPU hogs choosing Chrome over Safari (in general), Skype over iMessage and Office over Apple's Apps. Whatever Mac you push with that workload will become thermally ...
Go to Preferences->General tab and uncheck "Show live issues" under Issues. Notice that this is a work around to be able to continue working with Xcode, at least until they issue an official fix. This glitch seems to be noticeable when you have lots of lines of code (1000+). After this, the glitch will still be happening but not while coding but during ...
OS X Photos app has this functionality built in, under Image -› Adjust Date and Time. It opens a dialog showing current time stamp and prompting for corrected one. If multiple images were selected, date and time of the first photo is shown; the adjustment is used to calculate time shift to apply to all selected photos.
You can work .svg files with the os x version of inkscape which works pretty cool on mac. I've been working with gimp and inkscape instead of adobe photoshop and adobe illustrator for a while and I feel pretty comfortable. Or you can use inkscape just to convert the file... https://inkscape.org/en/
If your issue appeared with 10.10.3, I am 98% certain it is a bug in OS X Yosemite, introduced with the 10.10.3 update and related to Intel HD 4000 GPUs. Welcome aboard. The kernel panics are totally erratic, some users have also graphics glitches like you describe. The only common feature is having an Intel HD 4000 GPU. However, your case seems more severe ...
The same GPUReset problem occurs on the 15" macbooks too though, and there disabling the HD4000 fixes the issue.
Try Microsoft Essentials Photo Gallery The iPhone's folder hierarchy was never meant to be human-readable.
It's very common for one component it's connected electrically to another component to cause noise and other issues. Whether it's the most likely cause is debatable, but Apple's service centers have direct access to engineering and a huge wealth of repair data so they would be my first authority to go to determine what is likely and what is not. Without the ...
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