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Before reading zinne's answer, I avoided the problem by using Quick Look instead of Preview. It can be found in the context menu of selected images, between Make alias and Share, at least in my Maverics 10.9.5.


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Before reseting & restarting, I recommend trying just step 2: Go to Utilities and open Disk Utility. Click Macintosh HD in the left panel and then click Repair Disc Permissions in the right panel. If that isn't sufficient, then go through all the steps that Chunghao gave.


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What they are talking about is having more color choices for highlighting text than are available by default. Both the Yosemite choices in your post and the Mavericks choices (see below) limit the user to 5 preset colors. There doesn't appear to be any way to use the OS-built-in Apple color picker to choose anything other than this very limited set. Very ...


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I know that I am years too late to help the author of the original post but I just had this problem and figured it out. I had combined multiple PDF files in preview and they were appearing all different sizes. To fix the sizing go to print the document and instead of printing save as PDF through the print menu. This will give you a new pdf with all pages ...


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ctrl+cmd+f by using this combination, you can also zoom in pages in fullscreen.


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I suspect the blurring of text is caused by a low-memory proxy being used to ensure high FPS during scrolling, especially on Retina machines, probably when using integrated Intel graphics. Therefore I would suggest doing the following steps in the below sequence, in order to maximize available RAM and VRAM: close all windows in all apps quit all apps ...


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relaunch your Finder in Force Quit Applications will fix it


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Try produce_image | open -a Preview.app -f (To be honest, I was quite surprised to learn that this works)


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Firstly, to prevent it happening again, remember to close a document before you Quit, otherwise it will reopen on launch. To clear the existing list, With both apps quit, go to ~/Library/Saved Application State/ & delete the two saved state folders, com.apple.Preview.savedState & the same for OpenOffice [I don't have the app so not certain of the ...


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Adobe recommends: Mac users: don't use Preview For Macintosh system users: DO NOT use the Preview program to fill in the PDF form. Adobe Reader is the only program that will allow you to work with the form properly, and allow us to read the results once back on a Windows machine. The fillable PDF forms are created with Adobe app. If opened ...


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To amplify what Nelson said above, here are the full list of steps which worked for me on OSX 10.10.2: Quit Preview if it’s running. Hold down the option key and select Go ▹ Library from the Finder menu bar. From the Library folder, delete the following items, if they exist: Containers/com.apple.Preview ...


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If you can print using the printer, please keep reading. The application that shows up when you print can scan. You can find this option hidden in the menu bar. (If you don't know what application, it is the one with the same name/icon as your printer)


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Try deleting the spotlight cache folder at ~/Library/Caches/com.apple.spotlight



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