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Mar
2
comment Why does MDS run wild in Mac OS X 10.6?
If it really is the mds process that runs wild, just replace the mdworker in the command with mds. (This helped me to diagnose the issue when Spotlight suddenly decided to index my Bootcamp partition.) Thanks!
Feb
27
accepted Are there any security concerns when using Windows' default workgroup?
Feb
27
asked Are there any security concerns when using Windows' default workgroup?
Feb
14
revised Why Photoshop CS5's photomerge's result immediately disappear?
took Jaips's comment into account
Feb
14
comment Why Photoshop CS5's photomerge's result immediately disappear?
@Jaips It does help me to solve the problem, ie. I can narrow down the possible issues. Thanks!
Feb
13
awarded  Student
Feb
13
revised Why Photoshop CS5's photomerge's result immediately disappear?
more info
Feb
12
asked Why Photoshop CS5's photomerge's result immediately disappear?
Feb
5
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
28
comment Explain Adobe's Deactivation Process to Me
If on the same hardware, maybe; if on different hardware, most probably. The risk you're taking is time loss, since problems with activation can be dealt with the customer service.
Jan
27
awarded  Yearling
Jan
27
revised Is it possible to make multiple guides at once?
added new info
Jan
27
answered Explain Adobe's Deactivation Process to Me
Jan
24
awarded  Scholar
Jan
24
accepted Can I set Lightroom's white balance picker tool to choose a supposedly white/black spot instead of neutral grey?
Jan
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awarded  Editor
Jan
23
revised Can I set Lightroom's white balance picker tool to choose a supposedly white/black spot instead of neutral grey?
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Jan
23
answered Can I set Lightroom's white balance picker tool to choose a supposedly white/black spot instead of neutral grey?
Jan
22
comment Can I set Lightroom's white balance picker tool to choose a supposedly white/black spot instead of neutral grey?
Why? Apple.se is for Apple's software & hardware and Lightroom is created by Adobe + it works in both Windows and OS X.
Jan
22
asked Can I set Lightroom's white balance picker tool to choose a supposedly white/black spot instead of neutral grey?