OS X Mavericks :: How To Scroll Through Photos Easily
Dec 6, 2014
On windows, when you open a photo within a folder, you have the options to scroll through that entire folder just by clicking the right or left arrow key. Is there any way to do this on a Mac? It's a pain having to click on every photo, close it and open the next one, just to see all the photos in one folder.
MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Mid 2014), iOS 8.1.1
My 2.5 year old (wired) mighty mouse gave up the ghost recently, and I just replaced it with a new one today.
The thing is... it doesn't seem to scroll "down" as easily as it scrolls "up" and "left to right". (as it is right now, I have to apply a lot more pressure to scroll down than I do to scroll up or laterally)
Is there an adjustment I can make to get this thing to scroll "down" as easily and freely as it does "up"?Has anyone else had this sort of issue, or is it just me? Ok, Thanks.
Just got a new Mini with Mavericks. In setting it up I notice that applications like Preview and Safari, and probably others, do not have the scroll arrows at the top and bottom of the scroll bar. Is this something new with Mavericks, I've been using Snow Leopard for the past 5 years.
My scroll bar is very undependable. Sometimes it works (moves), but more often it doesn't. I can usually get it to move after enough time and effort have been expended, but that's not the way it's supposed to work. I might add that I am frequently seeing the little "ball of death". One more thing: I have Smart Scroll installed, and it's not working properly either. It did, but not now.
I don't know why but, I cannot change the option of scroll bar in General, System Preferences. Every time I turned it to "Automatically based on mouse or trackpad", it always changes back to "Always" the next time I launch the System Preferences.
Info: MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Late 2013), OS X Mavericks (10.9.4)
Why am I recently unable to use my mouse to scroll email topics or content? I can only use the up and down arrows keys to scroll. I am able to use my mouse to scroll through internet searches. It only seems to have affected my email messages.
Info: iMac, OS X Mavericks (10.9.4), This problem just started recently
where suddenly all apps scrollbars turns black and the mouse/keyboard hangs for a few second then they reappears and mouse/keyboard are working again. Here's a screenshot of what it looks like when scrollbars are going black: URL....At first it was doing it about 1 time every 5 minutes but now it has become literally unworkable as it hangs every 20-30 seconds.
In only one of my folders in pictures, a random selection of photos cannot be opened (this happened recently). I get a prompt telling me to use "Get Info" to change the permissions, but even when I go there and unlock the file/change the permissions, I still cannot open the file.
I had around 300 photos on my iMac, (running OS X Mavericks), and whenever they I open them, or sometimes on random, they will duplicate themselves. I started with 300 original photos and by the end of 3 month, i had 5000 photos!!!! I have taken my computer to the Genius Bar 3 times and they have tried, but had no luck in fixing this image-duplicating bug. Last month, I painstakingly deleted all of the duplicates manually (as duplicate "finders" only found around 60 duplicates) and then though that they wouldn't duplicate anymore. Now, one wonth later, I have 2496 photos!!!!!!!! These photos are not in iPhoto.
I have the latest iMac - OS X Mavericks. I recently shifted from Windows to iMac. I am a photographer and have thousands of pictures in my external hard-drive (Western Digital) that I have backed up by folder name (YYYY-MM-DD) using windows. But, now I have started using my iMac and planning to backup my new pictures stored in iPhoto library. I am not sure how can get the original pictures by year, month and day from iPhotos and copy them in external drive using the same folder structure - YYYY-MM-DD.
Not sure how to do this simpler. At this time I tried to go to iPhoto, then do Reveal in finder, go to that folder, select all my files, copy them, go to external harddrive, create a folder - YYYY-MM-DD and copy them. I can do this for each hundreds of folder sitting in my iPhoto.
I have several hundred files on an external hard drive which i used with my toshiba laptop, I purchased the Mac, (after years of consideration!) and now I find that I'm having real difficulty in uploading to the mac from that drive.
I have also purchased the lightroom version 5 (i had version 4 on the laptop, and am just aching to use this on the mac ...
I am currently running Mavericks 10.9.4 and iPhoto 8.1.2 on my MacBook.
I'm waaay behind on organizing my pictures unfortunately, so I haven't worked in iPhoto for a while. When I try to export pictures to the computer it "quits unexpectedly". Hmmm, maybe I should see if there's an update. OK, so the only option it gives me is to spend $14.99 for iPhoto 9.5.1?!?!?
No more free upgrades for something I already own?
Have a MacBook Air using iPhoto 9.5.1 and operating system OS X 10.9.3.
I have tried to share photos with email using my Yahoo account. I receive the following message whenever I attempt to send a photo "username/password not recognized by email server."
I have gone into my accounts numerous times in System preferences. My username/password combo is recognized there. I have also changed my password on Yahoo and in my accounts. But I still receive the above message.
Suddenly I can't scroll down using my aqua scroll bar. I can scroll up just fine. This is true whether I'm in Firefox, Safari, or any sort of document-making applications. System preferences is set to 'scroll horizontally and vertically.' It's not the end of the world, but it's klunky and annoying. Could someone please remind me of something very obvious that I'm obviously doing wrong?
I've made a slideshow (about 24 mins) in iMovie and 'shared' it onto my desktop. I've tried to burn it to dvd (+R) lots of different ways but all failed. I have iDVD on my MAC and am using Mavericks. I'm putting it down to 'pilot error' or possibly my age!
Info: iMac (21.5-inch Mid 2011), OS X Mavericks (10.9.4), iDVD pre-installed
Is there an app that lets me disconnect/connect Leopard from my DSL quickly and easily, maybe from the desktop? Is this the only OS in existence that doesn't allow for this? Previous Macs had Internet Disconnect; on my PC I can do it with 2 clicks. I know i can reconfigure each time in Sys Prefs, but what a pain.
Has anyone gotten a dent on their new MBA?It seems to me like thin aluminum might be a bad material choice since it will dent instead of flex like plastic does. So just wondering on the toughness of it.
I have several folders backed up on an external firewire drive that is not always connected. Is there software or a way within OS X or Automator, etc. to easily synchronize the folder on my PowerBook with the one on the external drive without re-rewriting the entire folder and subfolders?