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I liked Adrian B's answer. Here's the shell script I wrote to rename screen cap files: https://gist.github.com/DinoChiesa/7796444 To set it up as a Folder Action, follow this article. When you get to the Automator window, follow this guide: Don't forget to save it (Command-S). It takes 3-6 seconds, in my experience, for that folder action to "kick ...
Yes you an do it. Very simple, select all the slides you want to change (shift click & highlight them) Open inspector, slide tab, appearance , background and change the background. There is a drop down where you can change the colour, gradient, image etc.
By any chance have you performed a repair permissions using disk utility lately? Perhaps there is a problem with the OS accessing the files it needs.
The idea is a solid one on the way. First off you DON'T NEED an external monitor unless it is on the Mac operating system. This isn't much a problem as macs can EASILY do boot camp. You can use Nvidia Optimus software or LucidLogix GPU virtuMVP software to just offload the rendering of the integrated GPU onto any other discrete GPU ergo the external card. ...
You might also just use Spotlight: mdfind sorts the files by the containing folder: mdfind 'kMDItemKind=*image' -onlyin /path/to/folder This opens the first 100 images in Preview: mdfind 'kMDItemKind=*image' -onlyin .|sed -n 1,100p|tr \\n \\0|xargs -0 open -a Preview If kMDItemKind=*image is missing some file types, try using ...
Isn't this where you would want to utilize Smart Folders, and search for Images? This tutorial gives an example, but I've outlined a basic overview below: Open New Smart Folder. Select the type of search (in this case, type in images, and choose Kind:Images from the selections.) Locate the Save button and save the ...
The videos remain sharp on the retina display because they're scaled down to half their original size (a 720p video is 1280x720, but displayed at 640x360 on YouTube). Images on webpages are usually blurry because in order to display at the same physical size as on a non-retina display, they have to be scaled up 2x (unless the website provides 2x source ...
The general image opening magic I would try: ImageMagick (installed via brew) GIMP XNView This explicitly lists it as possible: http://www.xnview.com/old/en/formats.html GraphicConverter ImageMagick and GIMP are free GNU software. XNView is free too. GraphicConverter is not free, not too expensive either, but can handle just about any image format ...
The pictures won't return as long as you did a backup after you deleted them from your device.
This is known issue with Gimp and Mavericks. Current workaround is to turn off all keyboard shortcuts (Preferences/Interface/Remove All Keyboard Shortcuts).
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