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Hi there, I have switched to Mac last month and I am noticing massive differences in how things are displayed in this software. For example, there is an automatic shadow layer to a photo layer itself which has no purpose other than simply making the workspace look floating or 3D. If I am editing a photo with a lower area in the same color as this automatic background and it is annoying because the shadow can be mistaken as part of the photo. I want to get rid of it, but, after looking under all possible settings, there is nothing I can click to deactivate this "feature". Now, in comparison, on my old Windows machine it was very simple: I open a photo and there it is, just the layer, looking plain 2D basic as it should. Does anyone have comment or suggestion how to get rid of this background 3D shadow other than getting a Windows laptop? Thanks.
I use a Mac and love Express Scribe but the font size in the transcription text area is sooooooo small it hurts my eyes and makes it difficult to catch mistakes and read back. I know I can zoom in on the monitor but the resulting fonts are not very crisp. Does anyone know how to change the display size for Express Scribe -- either by increasing the font size or increasing the display percentage to 200%? I should note that I have a large, high resolution monitor. I'm not sure why that functionality is nowhere to be found...at least not by me. Most other text editors have the font settings available through Preferences.
Hey there Doing this for my Dad, who's been a PhotoPad user for some time now (I use ThumbsPlus; sorry . Per him, he's always been able to see detailed thumbnails in the Open dialogue (and related places), not just generic "graphics" icons. Now, though, generic's all the program will show him. I've looked for settings in PP to fix this (hint: the Options screen is way disappointing). I've gone and made sure that in Windows his preferences for the graphics directories are on Medium Icon, not Generic Icon. Basically, anything I can find that seems like it'd change the display of graphics icons from plain-vanilla ("this is a graphic") to detailed ("this is Aunt Leslie at the summer picnic"), I've tried. Nothing's worked. Anyone have any suggestions on what I can try to make this work again the way he says it always did? Thanks! Davey (son of John)
I just purchased and installed Express Scribe Pro after being a user of the free version for years now. I'm a bit disappointed in having some issues with things that were not an issue in the free version I was using, one of which is the Scribe Mini, which I was used to using regularly, however, the time display that I was used to seeing on the top of the box on the left is now just blank and that is key for me. I have looked through options and help section and other areas, however I don't see any setting that might need to be enabled, etc. Any help for this?