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When I try to use Skitch to create a screenshot on my new rMBP, the pixel dimensions of the resulting screenshot are much larger than the image I am trying to create. To be precise, when I do a crosshair capture with Skitch, the little readout beneath the crosshairs during the capture will say for example, 300x300 and then after releasing the crosshairs to perform the screenshot, the image that is then displayed in Skitch is 600x600. If I drag that same image to the desktop (as a PNG) and open it in Preview, it is 1200x1200 @ 144 (actually, 143.99) dpi. I assume that this is the result of the pixel-doubling technology that is built into the low-level OS X graphics routines for the retina display. This is making Skitch un-usable for me. What would be great is a preference in Skitch for automatically re-sampling images captured from a retina display such that they would be rendered as if they had been captured at the original pseudo-pixel size (in this example, 300x300) @ 72 dpi resolution. That would make the images compatible with sending in an email, posting on a website, etc. Is this on your radar or already in development?
I have an Apple Mini iPad Retina OS7.03 . I would like to know if there is a suggestion as to how much memory one should have to use Evernote successfully. I have been sitting at 10.5 for quite awhile. I don't use my iPad for music or pics. I have a feeling it isn't enough. I don't use it for business, mostly for hobbies. Any help would be appreciated. Dorothy
I suppose the problem related to retina display only. When I capture a screenshot by using default Mac functionality, then open it with Skitch, I cannot properly crop the image using Skitch crop. The first image: I selected a region like this with Crop tool. However, when I click Apply, I got this:
Has anyone else experienced large screenshot file sizes when running Skitch on a MBP retina display? When attached to an external monitor Skitch screenshots are 'normal sized', well under 1MB in size. The same screenshot taken using the native MBP retina display however is considerably larger, i.e., greater than 1MB. I'm currently running the second 'more screen space' scaled resolution when not attached to the external monitor. I can see someone else has posted about this very same problem in the Evernote for Mac forum: http://discussion.ev...-for-evernote/. Does anyone know if Evernote is working on addressing this in Skitch for Mac Thanks for your time.