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Fixin bugs for a livin!


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comment Show only imported files in iTunes
Good idea, didn't think about a script... I've tried it, but I had to run the script multiple times in order to get rid of all dead titles.
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comment iPhoto opens automatically by creating files on Desktop
You got it right! It had nothing to do with the service I've created. I launched the Folder Actions Setup and was able to delete another iPhoto.workflow I've created before I set up the iPhoto service.
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comment iPhoto opens automatically by creating files on Desktop
Should I just go for it? ;)
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comment iPhoto opens automatically by creating files on Desktop
It came installed on the computer. When I open up the App Store I can see iPhoto under my purchased apps. However I don't see anything like a button the redownload the app which is described in here: macs.about.com/od/usingyourmac/qt/…
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comment iPhoto opens automatically by creating files on Desktop
Thanks for the answer - the service was saved in /Library/Services, but I deleted it. Unfortunately, I don't see any "Folder Action" when I control-click the Desktop...
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comment iPhoto opens automatically by creating files on Desktop
Yeah - but how do I manage reinstalling it without paying the 15$?
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comment Connect EOS 600d to Mac Book Pro (Mountain Lion 10.8.2)
Thanks for that info, Richard. I was talking about wearing out the small mechanics on the SD door and as well getting dust into the SD slot. But after some research I can just acknowledge your comment - it does seem to work well for a lot of folks out there. However all I've found is based on personal experience, and I have a camera with a worn out spring inside the battery slot. Even this is not my expensive SLR, it is still annoying every time I try to get that battery out of its slot. An experience that has shaped me forever ;)