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Forum roundup: batch image size adjustment and more
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 @ 5:16pm

This week in the MacNN forums, a long-time forum goer is looking for a way to do image size adjustment in batches rather than individually, with a few suggestions having been thrown around, but a solution has yet to be found. A strange problem with sidebar navigation is plaguing Grizzled Veteran "jeff k," read more and join in here.



"Is there anyway (or App) that would allow me to stream a movie from my own iPhone to my iPad?" asks Mac Enthusiast "Camali." Fresh-Faced Recruit "fawn" is wondering why songs won't play on her iPod after upgrading to iOS6, click here to read more and join in. In the thread titled "iPhone Crashing when apps are put on certain screens and then home button is pressed" one Mac Enthusiast looks for a solution to their problem.

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