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  1. It looked like a blank drive. When I plugged the drive again after seeing you post, it didn't even showed up in Disk Utility.
  2. Sound like beyond of my scope. Thank you for your suggestion.
  3. Good idea, but this drive doesn't require external power. Sung
  4. I know MDM, not necessarily want to use it, but I was just curious. Edit) the drive itself wasn't used very much as it is one of my archive drives. Only when I refer back to an original for trial of different editing, etc. So I was actually wondering if the drive will just die even with light usage after a certain period time regardless. Luckily I have two backup copies, so no data is lost. 🙂 It was directly connected to Mac. Tried different leads, unplug any other device, etc. Thank you both, MDM & Martyn Sung
  5. One of my external drives (oldish, WD My passport) is not recognised by iMac (High Sierra) any more. A while ago, I used it and it was ok . I ran 'First Aid (Disk Utility)' but no success. Is this external drive completely dead or is this salvageable? Sung
  6. I read it this morning on the internet that, in High Sierra, Apple introduced a new file system called Apple File System (APFS). All my external portable drives (archives & backups) are formatted Mac OS Extended (Journaled). Are they in danger of becoming not readable by this new file system? Sung
  7. Thank you @Colin Woods, @spacecadet for your reply. @Allan Bell & @NYCat. Good idea, I will try with different cables and will see what happens. Thanks. @MDM I got my current G-Tec drive from Jigsaw24 based on your advice and recommendation, eh now nearly 5 years ago. Time does fly, doesn't it? This morning I had a look at that particular drive shortly after I started this thread, just in case it turns out to be G-Tec drive's failure. I have two exact copies of G-Tec Drive on 2 separate portable external drives. Thank you for your reply. Sung
  8. My daily set up is as follows. I am experiencing something which never happened before. iMac (late 2012), 16GB Memory, 2.9 GHZ Intel Core i5, NVIDIA GeForce, 1TB (free space 870GB): this computer only holds apps, such as Lightroom, Photoshop, Apple's own apps, etc) My working drive: 5 year old G-TECH G-DRIVE 2TB Portal Hard Drive USB (all my created docs and 2015~ today images are stored here including Lightroom catalogue) (free space 567GB) Seagate 1TB external hard drive USB for Time Machine backup. I copy my G-Tech drive by using SuperDuper on 2 separate
  9. @Sprocket Excellent!!!! Thank you so much, Sprocket. I missed that 'On the fly' menu! 😀 Stay safe @MDM The answer is revealed.
  10. No, worries. You are always helpful. I thank you for that. I will of course let everyone know if it is figured out. 🤞
  11. Thanks MDM. Yes, it is simple to add a 'layer mask' (I only called it 'white' layer as opposed to 'black' layer) but I was scratching my head why it is happening. I use 'short cuts' quite a lot so I was wondering if I did something without knowing it. It really baffles me. Yesterday, I tried with default workspace but it didn't work. As you say it is not a big deal, but it is irritating. 🙁 Perhaps I just forget it and continue working.
  12. The other day I was watching a PS video tutorial and suddenly noticed that when an adjustment layer (curve, level, or solid fill, etc) is added, also a white mask is added to the layer automatically. So I checked my PS (CS6) but it wasn’t the case. To double check, I looked at my PS CS6 reference book (Martin Evening), the illustrations also showed white masks with adjustment layers. I must have turned something off inadvertently. I looked through menus and preferences etc and searched it on the internet to correct it but no success. Could anyone please te
  13. Very sensible suggestion. Certainly I need to investigate further. Thanks Sung
  14. A part of the reason to update was that my iPhone runs on iOS13 (latest) and that lately my phone started not syncing properly with my iMac. So I thought running more recent OS on iMac might solve this issue with iPhone. Sung
  15. Thanks @M.Chapman As always, your approach is very methodical. I don't have clone disk but I suppose I could use Time Machine to revert to HS if necessary. Stay safe Sung
  16. I finally decided, with more time in hand during lockdown, to upgrade OS High Sierra to OS Mojave. I am wondering if there are any compatability issues with (ageing) apps, in particular CS6 and Lightroom 6. I would appreciate your experiences in this regards. Many thanks in advance. Sung
  17. @M.Chapman Thank you for the detailed info as always. Much appreciated. Sung
  18. Thank you, Harry for the info. It certainly looks excellent and a good value for money app. Sung
  19. I never used this app before. May I ask; In which format(s) can you save files? If you edit a file with layers in this app, can it be opened in PS with the layers in tact? Sung
  20. @MDM Now I am confused. Is 'Contrain to Image' (in Crop) and 'Constrain Crop' (in Lens Corrections) different? Sorry I didn't read your reply properly. I thought 'Contrain' has something to do with the ratio.
  21. @Betty LaRue Costrain crop means that you maintain the original photo's ratio (usually 3:2). If you click on the pad lock icon, the pad lock looks open. This means you are free from the original ratio when cropping. I don't think you need to do that. LR also has 'History' section where all the edits are listed. The history will remain intact until you choose to 'close All'. Unlike history in PS, when you can shut down LR and you open LR next day, the history will still be there..... Sung
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