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  1. #16
    Yes, it seems so.

    Thank you for the suggestion.

  2. #17
    This is how I transfer:

    Plug in my Targus card reader to the USB port on the back of the computer.
    Insert my CF card into said card reader.
    Transfer images by holding "shift" key and highlighting all the images I wish to transfer from the card onto the computer.
    Drag the chosen images and put into a folder on my desktop.
    That is when the circle w/ Xs show up.
    Wait until the transfer is complete.
    Drag card icon to the trash.
    Remove card when icon is gone.

    Yes, the circle Xs and bars are still there.

    I am not using any software or programs to transfer the images.

  3. #18
    Why are these on/near my images???
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    That's not using Preview, then. Haven't a clue why the x-s are there. But how do you edit your images?

    Going to experiment doing the same. I use Photos, occasionally Preview.

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    Why are these on/near my images???
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    Could it be something to do with the way the CF card is formatted? I'm grasping at straws here I know.
    Personally I place great faith in Image Capture.
    Hisacorn in your Applications folder is an Application called Image Capture. It is simple to use and native to the Mac. I would suggest that you load up your CF card onto the desktop as usual then launch Image Capture and use it to import the images just to see if they come out the same. You can save the images to your desktop as you usually do. I'm sure we would all like to hear the result.
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    Why are these on/near my images???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod Sprague View Post
    Hisacorn in your Applications folder is an Application called Image Capture. It is simple to use and native to the Mac. I would suggest that you load up your CF card onto the desktop as usual then launch Image Capture and use it to import the images just to see if they come out the same. You can save the images to your desktop as you usually do. I'm sure we would all like to hear the result.
    Ditto Preview.

    I would still like to know whether you can open the images with a x against them and what you do for editing.
    Sue

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    Why are these on/near my images???
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    Can you provide a screen shot (shift + command + 4, spacebar) of your "About This Mac? You can find it under the Apple icon in the upper left corner, then select "About This Mac". You can use Preview (in Applications) to cross out the serial number, and anything else you don't want to share.
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    Why are these on/near my images???
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    Personally I place great faith in Image Capture.

    +1!! And as underrated as Image Capture often is, I really wish Apple could add a "create new folder" when it is open rather than having to do it before one opens the app. Quite a basic Mac app omission in my opinion. :-(





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    Why are these on/near my images???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hisacorn View Post
    Yes, it seems so.

    Thank you for the suggestion.

    Sorry, but I seem to have lost the thread as to what post your comment here refers to.

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