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Terminal: diff You can compare two folders in Terminal using the following command: diff -rq /path/to/folder1 /path/to/folder2 To ignore folder hierarchy you can copy all the files out of a folder into a third folder, then compare these: find /path/to/folder2 -mindepth 2 -type f -print -exec cp {} /path/to/folder3 \;


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This is a known behavior with the iOS photos app. When you try to share the image, It always uses the original version of the picture which means without the crop or the iOS camera filters. Solutions to cropping the photo on iOS Crop the picture using a third-party app and export the image to the photos app Crop the picture and take a screenshot of the ...


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PhotoScope is a paid app available for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch that allows you to browse an iPhoto library on the local network without using iCloud or other services. It does, however, require a free helper app be installed on the Mac to enable this. (Note that I have not used PhotoScope and therefore, YMMV.)


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Import photos in Windows 8 Import photos and video from your device to your PC: Connect your iOS device to your computer. Move the cursor to the upper-right corner and click the magnifying glass icon. Type Computer and press Return. Right-click the logo for your device and click "Import pictures and videos." Click More Options. Click the Browse ...


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Look in "Albums" as well as "Photos" and you should find your photos.


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I'm sorry, you can't manually upload files to iCloud from your iPhone. Since iOS 8 Apple introduced iCloud Drive, which makes it possible to upload any file with a Mac (on Yosemite). You can only access those files on an iPhone when you're, for example, in the Dropbox app.



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