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I ran into a similar issue a while back. You will need to diagnose the video card with a diagnostic utility 1) Download, burn, and boot Ultimate Boot CD. There are a number of video utilities you can run that will test out your video card for you. Since you are no longer booting OS X when you boot this CD, you are bypassing any software issues you may ...


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On a Mac, you can also cd into the directory of your image, and use: sips -s format tiff input.pdf --out output.tiff Source: http://www.mactricksandtips.com/2008/07/convert-images-using-terminal.html


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You may already know this, but there is an apple repair extension for these kind of issues now. They'll fix it for free. https://www.apple.com/uk/support/macbookpro-videoissues/


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This KB article from Apple shows you how to accomplish this: Sync photos to your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch in iTunes The relevant info is towards the bottom... Delete synced photos In iTunes, locate and click on your device. Click Photos. Choose "Selected albums" and deselect the albums or collections you want to delete. To delete all synced photos, ...


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The simple manner to do this is to make a folder containing one photo on your laptop desktop. Then tell iTunes to sync photos from that folder. That will delete all locally stored photos and albums (other than the camera roll). Also, you might update to iOS 8.3 which allows you to manage your entire Photo Library in the cloud in which case you can delete ...


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Yes. You can't move a photo from iPhoto out of the library simply by dragging it. It'll be a copy, therefore deleting it from the desktop will not remove the original from the iPhoto library.


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If you moved it, no. If you copied it, yes. It really depends how you 'moved' it.


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I currently use StitchIt! which is available in the iOS App Store. Stitched screen shot here:


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Placeit.net now has a video feature. You basically record your screen (iOS simulator or appetize.io) and the app adds hand gestures and everything. You'd only need to add voiceover and maybe titles if you need.


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A list of things to try, in order (I'm writing an answer instead of a comment for better formatting). Run hash -r after each step (assuming you're in bash; do rehash instead for zsh; or you can always open a new shell). Run brew --prefix and see if the output is /usr/local. If not, your brew is not installed to /usr/local! Add $(brew --prefix)/bin to you ...



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