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  • RE: how to change default photo library location to custom in mac

    @cyberian
    If you get an error when moving Photos Library
    Select your external storage device in the Finder, then choose File > Get Info.
    If the information under Sharing & Permissions isn’t visible, click the triangle to see more.
    External Drive Info window with “Ignore ownership on this volume” selected
    Make sure that the “Ignore ownership on this volume” checkbox is selected. To change it, you might first have to click the lock button to unlock the setting. If the storage device isn’t formatted correctly for Mac, or was used for Time Machine backups but hasn’t been erased, this checkbox won’t be present or won’t be selectable after unlocking. In that case, erase the storage device first.
    If you have some other permissions issue with your library, you might be able to resolve the issue with the Photos Library repair tool.

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  • RE: how to change default photo library location to custom in mac

    You want to open a different Photos library

    Quit Photos.
    Press and hold the Option key while you open Photos.
    Select the library that you want to open, then click Choose Library. Photos uses this library until you open a different one.

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  • how to change default photo library location to custom in mac

    Quit the Photos app.
    Hold down the Option key and open Photos. …
    Choose the library you want to designate as the System Photo Library.
    After Photos opens the library, choose Photos > Preferences from the menu bar.
    Click the General tab.
    Click the Use as System Photo Library button.

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  • RE: How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac/Win

    @loren-jackson Some users prefer to transfer photos from iPhone to Mac wirelessly, while others may want to transfer pictures using a USB cable, especially when they need to move photos in bulk or there is no network connection available. If you are one of them, the three ways below are for you.

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  • RE: How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac/Win

    Another common way to transfer photos from iPhone to Mac wirelessly is using iCloud. iCloud is a cloud-based service for you to share files like photos, videos, and documents across your devices, including iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, and PC.

    By turning on iCloud photos, you can upload photos from your iOS device to iCloud, and then iCloud will sync the photos to your other devices that use the same Apple ID as you use on your iPhone automatically and wirelessly. As long as you have enough iCloud storage and there is a network connection on your device, you can use iCloud to transfer iPhone photos to Mac.

    Make sure you are using the same Apple ID on your Mac and iPhone and there is sufficient iCloud space to save the items you are going to share. Then follow the steps below to get photos from your iphone to Mac.

    Step 1. On your iPhone, go to “Settings” > [your name] > “iCloud” > “Photos” and turn on “iCloud Photos”.

    Step 2. On your Mac, click the Apple menu and choose “System Preferences”.

    Step 3. Choose “iCloud” and sign in with the Apple ID on your iOS device.

    Step 4. Click “Options” next to the “Photos” option and enable “iCloud Photos”.

    Step 5. Wait for the syncing process to finish. When it has done, go to the Photos app on your Mac to check the photos from your mobile device.
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  • How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac/Win

    When your iPhone storehouse gets full or you want to make a backup of your iPhone prints, you may need to transfer prints from iPhone to Mac.

    But how can you import prints from iPhone to Mac?
    Actually, there’s further than one way for you to download filmland from iPhone to Mac. More specifically, you can moreover use a USB string to get prints off iPhone onto Mac or upload prints from iPhone to Mac wirelessly via services like iCloud and AirDrop.

    Keep reading and learn five common ways on how to import prints from iPhone to Mac.

    How to Transfer Prints from iPhone to Mac Wirelessly

    The easiest way to download filmland from iPhone to Mac is to use AirDrop. Using AirDrop is relatively accessible, especially when you do not have a USB string available. To AirDrop prints from iPhone to Mac successfully, make sure your bias are within the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth range. Subsequently, follow the way below to shoot prints from iPhone to Mac via AirDrop.
    Step 1. Turn on AirDrop on your iPhone and Mac.

    Step 2. Open the Prints app on your iPhone and elect the particulars you’d like to transfer to your computer.
    Step 3. After the selection, valve the" Share" button and choose"AirDrop">“your Mac”.

    Step 4. On your Mac, choose" Accept"in the prompt to admit the prints from your iOS device.
    Step 5. Stay for the transfer process to complete. Subsequently, go to the"Downloads" brochure to check the filmland.
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    How to transfer prints from iPhone to Mac using AirDrop
    The time it’ll take to AirDrop prints from iPhone to Mac depends on the size of the lines and your networkspeed.However, it may take a long time to finish the transfer process, If you have a huge collection of prints to shoot.

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  • Most 6 Common Reasons College Applications Get Rejected

    Teens who fail to clearly explain their interests and show their potential are less likely to be admitted.
    In the competitive field of college admissions, having perfect grades while volunteering and balancing a full extracurricular schedule may help, but it won’t guarantee you a spot at selective colleges.

    But submitting a pristine application that gives college admissions counselors a clear understanding of a teen’s identity and goals is a great way for students to impress admissions officers and increase their chances of getting accepted into their dream college.

    Below, college admissions deans share the most common reasons why applications get rejected at their schools and offer tips on submitting a competitive application.

    1. The applicant doesn’t meet the academic threshold. The types of courses that students take in high school and the grades they receive in those classes are the best indicators of how well a student will perform in college, experts say.

    Most colleges will base an admissions decision on all aspects of a student’s application and not just grades and test scores, but admissions counselors want to know that students have a strong enough foundation to handle challenging courses at their institution.

    “We have a bottom floor that if they don’t achieve over a number in one of those categories, then it is an overall denial of admissions,” says LeAnn Hughes, vice president for enrollment and marketing at Illinois Wesleyan University.

    1. The application is incomplete. Missing test scores, recommendation letters and other application materials will delay the review process for applicants.

    Colleges are likely to ask students to submit missing pieces of their application before the deadline, but it’s better to double-check the requirements first.

    “Do homework ahead of time to know what the institutions are requiring and to know what the deadlines are, because those are the easiest ways to make sure the application is reviewed,” says Heidi Meyer, executive director of admissions at the University of Minnesota—Twin Cities.

    1. The school isn’t a good fit. Admissions officers don’t expect teens to have concrete career and academic plans, but they do want students to understand the college’s mission and have a clear idea of how the school can help them meet their goals. That means researching the institution before applying to make sure the college offers the type of education and experience that the applicant needs. Teens also need to think about what they can offer the college’s community.

    “If we have a student whose essay indicates that they really want a large school experience or they write about how they wanted to major in something that we didn’t necessarily have the appropriate major to get them where they are going, we would want to have a conversation with that student,” Hughes says. Illinois Wesleyan has fewer than 2,000 undergraduate students.

    1. There are too many errors. Don’t put Howard University when you’re applying to Hampton. Admissions officers may be willing to overlook a minor mistake, but submitting applications filled with typos and errors shows admissions counselors that the applicant isn’t serious about their institution, or that the applicant doesn’t have sufficient writing skills to succeed at the college, experts say.

    “Make sure that you have two, three sets of eyes looking at your credentials before you submit,” says Angela Nixon Boyd, dean of admissions at Hampton University.

    5.The student has a record of behavior problems. “A lot of colleges and universities pay close attention to character, and if students have had issues with suspensions or anything of that regard, that’s going to really impact the decision,” Nixon Boyd says.

    A suspension isn’t an automatic reason for denial. Cell phone violations or tardiness won’t have the same impact as a history of fighting or being disruptive in class, Nixon Boyd says.

    Students with suspensions on their records can explain those incidents in their application.

    1. The demand is much greater than the supply. “The problem for us is that we have so many more qualified, talented, interesting people than we can enroll,” Lee Coffin, dean of admissions and financial aid at Dartmouth College, says. Dartmouth accepted about 10 percent of the 20,000-plus applications they received in 2016, Coffin says.

    “We’re looking to populate the class with people who are going to complement the community that we’re trying to build,” he says. What the community needs changes from year to year and can vary in anything from academics to diversity or athletics. Teens who clearly articulate their interests, goals and potential are most likely to be considered for a spot in the freshman class.

    “From a student’s perspective, the opportunity is: ‘How do I write essays that introduce my personal narrative, my aspirations, my academic interests, as clearly as I can? How do I get recommendations that introduce me to this admissions officer in a way that rounds out the letter grade or maybe the test score that is in that subject area?’”

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  • RE: Product Import – ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS

    @love-uzair said in Product Import – ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS:

    while product import facing error woocommerce
    Product Import – ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS

    Just deactivate all plugin and except woocommerce 100% working!

    enjoy!

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  • RE: Product Import – ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS

    @love-uzair said in Product Import – ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS:

    while product import facing error woocommerce
    Product Import – ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS

    The theme I was using had a plugin from the theme publisher that allowed a user to import the theme’s demo content. That was the conflict. Got rid of that plug-in and all worked fine.

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  • RE: Product Import – ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS

    @love-uzair said in Product Import – ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS:

    while product import facing error woocommerce
    Product Import – ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS

    Could you try saving the permalinks under Settings > Permalinks > Save and try the import again?

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