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by Stephen
20 Jan 18 15:17
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: What is your monitor's resolution?
Replies: 6
Views: 198

Re: What is your monitor's resolution?

Back at base my EIZO is 1920 x 1200 regularly calibrated and used professionally. The notebook taken on the road has a lower res, but is only used for editing in an absolute emergency.

I had to select 2160 in the survey above.
by Stephen
29 Dec 17 17:01
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Hide Photo Supreme
Replies: 5
Views: 553

Re: Hide Photo Supreme

Under Mac, the F9 key will show all open windows on one page, which you can then select. Perhaps that helps?
by Stephen
27 Dec 17 12:54
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Hide Photo Supreme
Replies: 5
Views: 553

Re: Hide Photo Supreme

I cannot remember, but have you just tried selecting another application?
by Stephen
27 Dec 17 12:53
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Merry Christmas
Replies: 9
Views: 676

Re: Merry Christmas

Many thanks Hert for everything!
by Stephen
09 Dec 17 17:09
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Color Management on Mac?
Replies: 17
Views: 1434

Re: Color Management on Mac?

Sorry if it appears off topic, but it might be relevant to clarify this point first. I was not aware that any Mac display can be correctly hardware calibrated. I am also unaware of any photo agencies or art buyers using a Mac display.
by Stephen
08 Dec 17 21:13
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Color Management on Mac?
Replies: 17
Views: 1434

Re: Color Management on Mac?

MikeNaylor wrote:
01 Dec 17 17:31
I calibrate my iMac 27" Retina Display with an X-Rite ColorMonki every couple of weeks.
Are you sure that the iMac 27" Retina Display can actually be calibrated correctly? Have you spoken to X-Rite?

(I personally use EIZO monitors with the X-Rite i1 Display calibrator.)
by Stephen
11 Nov 17 10:17
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: PhotoSupreme Unexpectedly Quitting and/or Freezing
Replies: 15
Views: 2896

Re: PhotoSupreme Unexpectedly Quitting and/or Freezing

HRPhoto wrote:
11 Sep 15 15:42
We are on a Mac, using OS 10.7.5. Wondering if it might be a memory issue?
I might be the combination. I had this problem frequently when on 10.7.6
Do keep the tabs open in PSu down to a minimum. That might help.
by Stephen
05 Nov 17 10:21
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: PSU and Capture One?
Replies: 11
Views: 1211

Re: PSU and Capture One?

I don't get the point of a HiRES monitor, but that is your decision. If you are using a Mac, then you might be having a Font management problem which the OS does not do well. If you look in the FontBook.app you will see how many duplicate fonts are scattered around on your system. I had this problem...
by Stephen
04 Nov 17 20:36
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: PSU and Capture One?
Replies: 11
Views: 1211

Re: PSU and Capture One?

I personally don't see the point of HiDPI displays, but that is my opinion. Many of these display cannot be calibrated accurately and that is important for me as a photographer. I returned my Mac 'retina' display, as Apple got it all wrong. Primarily, the menu fonts became reduced to 4 point or som...
by Stephen
04 Nov 17 19:12
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: PSU and Capture One?
Replies: 11
Views: 1211

Re: PSU and Capture One?

I personally don't see the point of HiDPI displays, but that is my opinion. Many of these display cannot be calibrated accurately and that is important for me as a photographer. I returned my Mac 'retina' display, as Apple got it all wrong. Primarily, the menu fonts became reduced to 4 point or some...
by Stephen
31 Oct 17 19:51
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Changing time zone in headline
Replies: 8
Views: 1195

Re: Changing time zone in headline

Before somebody asks why one would want to put a date into the Headline field, after all, that is supposed to say "Man jumping off Golden Gate bridge" or similar. I use that field differently. In my system, file name, document title and headline start off being identical. That allows more chances fo...
by Stephen
31 Oct 17 18:00
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Changing time zone in headline
Replies: 8
Views: 1195

Re: Changing time zone in headline

PS: When you say "I found it better to use 'shift the date' feature ... rather than using the change time zone feature" could you expand on why you found this better please? The reason I ask is that to adjust for camera clock drift up to now I have simply applied an offset in the geotagging dialogu...
by Stephen
31 Oct 17 17:39
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Changing time zone in headline
Replies: 8
Views: 1195

Re: Changing time zone in headline

I also adopted your excellent suggestion in a previous thread of photographing a watch or clock showing local time. Thanks for the compliment, which naturally only works if you remember to do it, which this time I didn't :-( AND, if you do remember to do it, you will probably also have remembered t...
by Stephen
28 Oct 17 19:42
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Changing time zone in headline
Replies: 8
Views: 1195

Re: Changing time zone in headline

Thanks, this put me on the right track and in a 4 stage process I thought that I had solved it. I then found that all files now had the same time. Back to stage one. Delete from PSu, reimport and try again. I will try importing with the original file name and then changing the timezone. Afterwards I...
by Stephen
27 Oct 17 19:47
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Changing time zone in headline
Replies: 8
Views: 1195

Changing time zone in headline

Maybe I’m not thinking correctly or it’s just jet lag. I have a series of photos from a body whose time zone was not corrected. My filing scheme is set to rename the files using the date and time shot, which can involve a date change if set incorrectly. I’ve imported them into PSu and in the Details...