User profile: Yereth
- RegisteredNovember 28, 2009
- RegisteredNovember 28, 2009
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Your external drive (WD) should have your Time Machine backups. I would strongly discourage you to use iPhoto or Aperture to manage your photos. They store your photos in special ways and make it hard to recover them when anything goes wrong.
Instead I would recommend to either use Photoshop or Lightroom, both Adobe software. The second being specialised in handling photographs and managing your image files.
I'm not sure how you deleted your photos (in finder or iPhoto), but you wouldn't be the first one to loose their pictures thanks to iPhoto hick-ups.
There's a pretty good Apple Center in the Golden Eagle next to H&M if you need professional (and usually free) help.
It sounds like you only want to restore one particular folder. In this case you should click on the Time Machine icon in the top menu (it's a clock with an arrow forming the circle shaped edge) and click "Enter Time Machine". This will show you Finder and a timeline to your right. Navigate to the folder that contains your photos and go 'back in time' to find the most recent backup that contains your deleted photos. Once found, right-click/control-click on the folder and use the restore function to copy it back.
Alternatively, you could do an entire system restore. This is only recommended if a lot is missing and restoring the folder doesn't fix your problem. A full system restore may take as many as 8 hours on older systems with a lot of data.
Let me know if the first method fixes it for you. I'm sure you can find images to guide you as well if you Google "restoring a folder with Time Machine".
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Just found out a package I have been waiting for for more than a month arrived 3 weeks ago. Nobody bothered to call me (my phone number is on the box), or deliver the package. If you're expecting anything, make sure to call them every day, or, if you can, go there every day to make them check the tracking number.
Went there on New Year's and the place was packed with pro DJs playing in room 1. Downstairs is a great place to chill out if want a more relaxed vibe. They have a few things left to smoothen out, but otherwise this is as close as you're going to get to a western club experience in Kunming!
The Green Lake Moonlight Corner has always been a personal favourite for its atmosphere, location and good food. Recently had a chance to try the 'northern' incarnation at the brand new Xindu Longcheng shopping mall and wasn't disappointed.
Service, hospitality and food quality were all up to standards. I don't believe there's a better option for Thai food at the Beichen area.
Find the entrance on the side of the building that has the Uniqlo shop at the first floor.
Recently had two massages here – they're good if you ask them to go a bit softer on you. Also had a cupping (火罐) treatment which didn't do much for me at the time, but I've heard very good things about when done more frequently. A one-hour massage followed by another 15 minutes for the cupping cost 60 yuan altogether.
As mentioned before, they also still do foot massage.
Four stars thanks to friendliness and good value.
Still, after so many years, one of the best bars in town. Drinks are extremely reasonably prices compared to similar bars in Kunming, the place is spacious and well laid out and easily one of the best stages for live performances in Kunming.
Had dinner there a few days ago and as always very impressed with the Chinese food.
If the mix drinks would be a bit stronger and ventilation better the venue would easily get 5 stars.
A legend indeed.