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Author Topic: IPhoto/D2x problem -- a little help?  (Read 2402 times)
John Camp
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« on: November 25, 2005, 08:06:55 AM »
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I have IPhoto on a dual Mac that I've used to store a few hundred casual shots from various P&S cameras. When I load a memory card from my D2x into the card reader, IPhoto automatically starts -- but it can't read the D2x photos, and it hangs up the entire machine for several minutes. Is there any way to disable IPhoto's automatic start-up feature so I can go directly into Photoshop, rather than having to fool around trying to stop IPhoto? I don't want to get rid of IPhoto entirely, because the shots I have stored there are an entirely different category than the ones I keep in Photoshop, and I'm happy this way...

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« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2005, 09:59:09 AM »
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I have IPhoto on a dual Mac that I've used to store a few hundred casual shots from various P&S cameras. When I load a memory card from my D2x into the card reader, IPhoto automatically starts -- but it can't read the D2x photos, and it hangs up the entire machine for several minutes. Is there any way to disable IPhoto's automatic start-up feature so I can go directly into Photoshop, rather than having to fool around trying to stop IPhoto? I don't want to get rid of IPhoto entirely, because the shots I have stored there are an entirely different category than the ones I keep in Photoshop, and I'm happy this way...

JC
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John,
Go into your Applications folder and locate the application "Image Capture", open it and go into the preferences. There, you can set what action is taken when a camera or memory card is connected. Let me know if fixes your problem.
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« Reply #2 on: November 28, 2005, 03:01:29 PM »
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Thanks. That did the trick.

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