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awarded  Yearling
Feb
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awarded  Yearling
Oct
30
answered iTunes windows are white on black after upgrade to 10.7
Oct
18
revised VLC jumpy when playing MP4 with SRT file
Added link for Perian
Oct
18
suggested suggested edit on VLC jumpy when playing MP4 with SRT file
Oct
16
comment Great PDF Creators for Mac OS X
If I've answered your question, please mark it as accepted.
Sep
23
revised Great PDF Creators for Mac OS X
Clarification that the instructions are for any printable application
Sep
23
answered Great PDF Creators for Mac OS X
Aug
10
revised OS X: How to perform a lossless crop of a JPEG image?
Explains that the answer may be a solution if the resulting file format is not a concern.
Aug
10
comment OS X: How to perform a lossless crop of a JPEG image?
@Matt My bad - I now realise that lossless JPEG editing is possible (just not in Preview). I'll change my answer so that it does give a more accurate answer.
Aug
7
comment OS X: How to perform a lossless crop of a JPEG image?
@Matt There is currently nothing in the question that indicates that the result has to be JPEG. Only that the cropping action should be lossless and that ideally the cropping action should be performed in Preview. As I understand it - converting the image first to a lossless format such as TIFF is the only way not to loose any more data. See the answer from MrHelpYou for further explanation on why this is the case.
Aug
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revised OS X: How to perform a lossless crop of a JPEG image?
Corrected capitalisation
Aug
6
answered OS X: How to perform a lossless crop of a JPEG image?
Aug
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answered How can I drag and drop from Spotlight search results on Mac OS X?
Jul
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awarded  Critic
Jun
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comment Mac OS X - some .weblocs files open in Firefox, some don't - why?
I'm more of an Objective-C coder, I'm not sure how to accomplish this using scripts. Can you have your script write out a url file instead? These files have a ".url" extension and contain the text: "[InternetShortcut]\r\nURL=%@\r\n" where \r represents the "return" character, \n represents the "newline" character and %@ represents the url you want to store.
Jun
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answered Mac OS X - some .weblocs files open in Firefox, some don't - why?
Apr
21
answered Get pixel dimensions of a PNG on my Mac?
Mar
22
answered How can I enlarge an image's pixels on OS X?
Mar
19
answered Allow OSX to selectively include certain types of files in Recent Documents