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Run Lightroom/Photoshop instead of iPhoto when placing memory card


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I've searched all over the internet, but I can't seem to find an answer to my question (or I searched using the wrong words :bomb: ).

So I'm trying here: Is there a way to set to run Adobe Lightroom/Photoshop instead of iPhoto when I place my memory card?

In the system preferences there are only options for CD and DVD's:

Maybe there is an '3th-party-solution' for this?
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possibly do a Change All under Get Info to make sure iPhoto is not used for photos?

Maybe change the "wanneer u een Foto-cd plaatst" to another program?
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possibly do a Change All under Get Info to make sure iPhoto is not used for photos?
That only works for files; and *.JPG files are standard opened using Preview, not iPhoto.

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Maybe change the "wanneer u een Foto-cd plaatst" to another program?
Tried that, but it doesn't works for memory cards; only for photo-CD's.
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applications>image capture
go to image captures preferences
'when camera is connected, open:' select whatever program you want....

should do it
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applications>image capture
go to image captures preferences
'when camera is connected, open:' select whatever program you want....
should do it
Yes, Thank You!

Now it launches Adobe when inserting an memory card.
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