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Do it in iPhoto. Open a file. Choose Edit. Choose Crop or type c Check constrain box for Original, the second dimension Crop and hit Enter. Save.


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Use Quick Look. Select the first image, then press Space. The arrow keys can then be used to navigate through the images.


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If I understand the question correctly all you need is to get the current directory of the application. Quick looking through SE answers pulls out this: set YourPathVariable to POSIX path of ((path to me as text) & "::")


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Open the two PDFs with Preview Drag the thumbnails of the second PDF to the end of the first PDF but above the grey line (marked with the red arrow): and finally export the resulting PDF to a third PDF. If your first PDF contains just one page this doesn't work. Workaround 1: Open your second PDF, then open the first PDF, drag the single page to the ...


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For those who recommend using Safari, let me add that Safari does not care if your printer has margins. It will "cut" your image apart into the available paper size, but hands that image over to the printer (which probably will knock off the ⅛"-¼" it can't print). When you assemble your image, it will look as if you're viewing it through window panes. I use ...


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This problem is caused by Apple's sandboxing of Preview (and other apps). Preview does not receive an entitlement to access the PDF if you just pass it a string to open. From Apple's release notes: Compatibility Notes When sending commands to a sandboxed application, such as TextEdit in OS X Mountain Lion, parameters that refer to files must be of ...


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Look at /Users/(your user)/Library/Containers/com.apple.Preview/Data/Library/Autosave Information/ That's where mine are right now.


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You can also preview in Terminal qlmanage -p awesomegif.gif


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The fill colour is in the same toolbar, see pic... Rectangle tool. Fill colour Transparent is the one with the red line through, top left of the colour-picker.


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Instead of rebooting, you can simply enter "killall quicklookd" in Terminal. That fixed it.


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It's possible to do this by copying or opening the object in a separated window, then there you can rotate it. Next, just copy back the object already at the desired position. This is the only way I've found, and works for quick tasks.



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