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Topic # 191592 9-Feb-2016 20:47
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Hi - wife & I have been on holiday and taken many photos

 

I've uploaded them to a folder on the macbook pro, but I can't see / find an option anywhere in the folder to view them as a slideshow... I don't want to have to open each one individually to view them

 

 

 

can someone please help?

 

 

 

thanks


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  Reply # 1488350 9-Feb-2016 21:03
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Drag and drop them on Photos or iPhoto.




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  Reply # 1488352 9-Feb-2016 21:08
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thanks they are also in photos and I can view them like that

 

on my old computer I used to be able to highlight the photos and play them as a slide show, but obviously Mr Apple doesn't want me to do that!

 

 

 

but photos works ok


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1488388 9-Feb-2016 21:24
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If you highlight them all and click the space bar it'll show the images in Preview mode - that has a sort of manual slide show and some other view options


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  Reply # 1492712 15-Feb-2016 15:54
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in the Finder select the photos you want to see in a slide show and while holding the option button click on the file menu and you will see "Slideshow" 1/3 the way up from the bottom.


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