Re: digital question #2

From: Jack Fulton ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 07/31/04-10:30:44 AM Z
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Judy . . anytime an application does not work properly it is wise to
"remove it" and install it again. Often, with such actions, the
installer will have an option to uninstall prior to installing. You can
also try two other famed Macintosh 'tricks' . . .
        1. When starting hold down the 'Option & Command' keys. A dialogue box
will then ask if you wish toe
                "Rebuild the Desktop" and you can say yes. That puts various commands
in order. The Desktop associates files with their applications and
those can sometimes get discombobulated.

        2. Zap the PRAM . . . . when starting, hold down the
Command-Option-P-R keys (yes, all four) and hold
                them until your Mac chime goes off twice and then allow the Mac to
start up.

        Another way to do both of these and really get your system functioning
is to go to and download TechTool which is free.


On Jul 31, 2004, at 7:37 AM, Tom Ferguson wrote:

Then iPhoto isn't an option (OSX only). I don't know anything about the
Canon browser, except that many advanced users quickly "grow out of"
the supplied manufacturer's software (all companies, not just Canon's).
I use iView ( ) for
cataloging. I "believe" they still support OS9. iView (lite version)
comes free with a few other products and softwares, so have a look
before spending $$$.

As to "fixing" the yours, I would look around in the Canon browser
menus and preferences for a thumbnail size setting. Just a guess!

On Friday, July 30, 2004, at 11:35 PM, Judy Seigel wrote:

> On Sat, 31 Jul 2004, Pam Niedermayer wrote:
>> If you've got OSX, you've probably got a version of iPhoto. It's a
>> pretty cool application, as are iMovie and iTunes.
> I have OS 9.2...
> J.
Tom Ferguson
Received on Sat Jul 31 10:31:00 2004

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