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Feb
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comment Pasting Mac screenshot selection into Photoshop doesn't preserve color depth
Thanks! I'm marking this as the accepted answer. (Note that it doesn't solve the drop shadow issue I referenced in my comment to my question, but that was a minor issue compared to the color problems.)
Jul
14
comment Can't do a full mac hard drive clone because of input/output errors
@The White Phoenix - SMART status = verified
Jul
14
comment Can't do a full mac hard drive clone because of input/output errors
@Eric - I did contact them and downgrade, and as I mentioned, the clones complete, but the troublesome files simply don't copy. Support wasn't super helpful, just noted that newer versions can be more comprehensive.
Jan
10
comment What's the easiest way to bind F19 to open the calculator (on a Mac)
Thanks, Ken. That seems to do the trick. It feels like there might be more of a delay than with QS, but that might just be in my head.
Dec
11
comment Pasting Mac screenshot selection into Photoshop doesn't preserve color depth
For what it's worth, I also noticed that when I do a screen capture to clipboard of the entire window, the drop shadow is completely opaque. (I know there is an option to remove the drop shadow, but I don't want to do that.) Also, both symptoms only seem to happen in Photoshop. Pasting that screenshot into Preview shows the correct dropshadow. So weird, like Photoshop is converting it into an 8-bit PNG.
Dec
7
comment Pasting Mac screenshot selection into Photoshop doesn't preserve color depth
I'm able to get it working if I change the color depth of the new Photoshop file, or if I just save the screen grab to a file and then open, both of which are probably quicker than using Grab... I'm trying to figure out how to get back to what I had before, or at least figure out why it changed.