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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 ...
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.
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 ...
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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