Sun May 28 19:05:52 CEST 2006
thanks - I guess I am used to iPhoto where you can very intuitively
decide whether to scan or not when you first start it and they have a
very obvious cancel button. Thanks for the tip - I have it set so it
won't scan my portfolio after it finished scanning, so it won't scan
there anymore. I can't remember exactly how I did it.
I just had to cancel it again as it was scanning my theme iGreen for KDE
I just downloaded, but you just choose remove from Picassa from the
Folder menu and you can just block the documents or home folder from it.
Gregory Pittman wrote:
> Benjamin Huot wrote:
>> I heard on the following link that people outside the US had trouble
>> downloading it, so I think this is temporary until they sort out the
> Hard to know, shouldn't last long. There doesn't seem to be anything in
> the EULA that would prevent someone from redistributing, as long as you
> did not do it commercially.
> One thing I note is that, in common with the annoying feature of
> printing images natively in Windows, when you get ready to print, you
> cannot place your image on the page -- you are left with a list of
> layouts from which you pick a size, and for each size only their layout
> is possible.
> In regard to the prior comment about scanning your computer, you can
> upfront when you first start limit it to whatever you want, your home
> directory for example, and even on the fly you can use Folder Manager to
> stop scanning of any directories after it's already started.
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