I care deeply about my photos and my ability to share photos privately with family. It is important in feeling connected with family living in different countries to ourselves.
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Read more →Mac OS X 10.7, aka Lion, changes the location of the content size for burn folders. Previously, this information was available in a lower bar of the burn foler’s Finder window.
In Mac OS X 10.7, you can calculate and view the content size of your burn folder in the Get Info window:
Select the burn folder in the Finder. Select the menu item: File Get Info. The content size information is in the Burning: section of the Get Info window.
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