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Authored by: jzdziarski on Dec 12, '06 05:22:58PM

All-

I have re-released this as a package file, to make installation painless. Same URL. Let me know if there are any problems.

JZ



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Authored by: lgc90 on Dec 12, '06 09:36:57PM

Thanks. It works flawlessly now. I hate to do this to you, but before, I was able to modify the target folder in isightcapture from authfail to the desktop, but when using this package instead, isightcapture doesn't even exist. Is there any way I can make this change now?



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Authored by: steveonamac on Dec 13, '06 05:54:46AM

How did you change the default location? That might be a possible solution to my problem (it records the incident fine, but not images in the folder - see first post on this hint).

Thanks



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Authored by: lgc90 on Dec 13, '06 03:56:55PM

Actually, I think I made the change in authsightd. The string for save location of the picture was set to some hidden folder. I just changed the path to my desktop, but now I can't find authsightd or isightcapture.



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Authored by: Casemon on Dec 12, '06 10:04:47PM

This is a great idea. Agree that email support would be ideal (maybe via the Automator script MattMMatt posted?).

Also, this little app is useless if the intrepid attempts access in the dark. The cmd line capture utility doesn't flash the screen first (like in Photobooth) so photos appear black if taken without ambient lighting (+/- screen brightness settings).

Initial post mentions an uninstall option? Where is this? I couldn't find it by running installer again.



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