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Just get GIMP! It's LGPLv3+ und GPLv3+ licensed. GIMP is a multi-platform photo manipulation tool. GIMP is an acronym for GNU Image Manipulation Program. The GIMP is suitable for a variety of image manipulation tasks, including photo retouching, image composition, and image construction. GIMP has many capabilities. It can be used as a simple paint ...


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Since 10.6 doesn't have a Recovery HD you will want to install a second copy of the OS onto a USB drive and/or use the DVD install media to start the Mac and run Disk Utility to examine the filesystem. Before that, make a backup of the Mac (or at least your critical files, photos, etc...) to be sure you don't make things worse. Disk Utility will sacrifice ...


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The fastest way is to have the resolution details visible all time ;) Check out the step below: *COLUMN VIEW


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From the command line if you have imagemagick installed (for example through homebrew or the installer), then you can use the following command to quickly display the resolution and similar information of multiple images in a directory: $ ls a.jpg b.png c.png $ identify * a.jpg JPEG 550x309 550x309+0+0 8-bit sRGB 29.4KB 0.000u 0:00.000 b.png[1] PNG 1912x827 ...


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This is a trivial task. I have written a c++ program which can display on terminal. I could post if you are interested. It would also be trivial to write a Service to display the result. // // Display Comment, size of JPEG image // #include <iostream> #include "../jpeg.h" int main (int argc, const char * argv[]) { Cjpeg Jpeg1; ...


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Get Info You can get the resolution from Get Info menu. Select the image and press ⌘ CMD+i, or right click on that image and choose Get Info menu item. Image from cultofmac.com QuickLook plugin If you weren't on 10.9 - this lightweight QuickLook plugin called qlImageSize which can be found on GitHub lets You check the image size on the quicklook window ...


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A recommended debugging procedure would be: Before proceeding disable (or uninstall 3d party stuff) Start in Safe mode and check. Reset your SMC since you changed the hardware and have fans running at full speed (sometimes). Since you changed lots of hardware, run Apple Hardware test. Reset your PRAM/NVRAM (EFI) Clean your Disk from errors, and repair ...



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