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    Very nice. Been looking for this one. Arigathanks!

     

troubleshooting – Canon lens hood will not lock (brand new)

I have a Canon 7D Mark II with the standard kit lens (EF-S 18-135 mm). I bought the EW-73D hood for it and it slots in to the bayonet mount but will not turn and lock no matter what I do. I don’t want to force it and break the latch.

Neither the lens mount nor the hood look to be damaged, but it just won’t turn. Has anybody else experienced this? All of my old lenses (EF series) had the click on hoods, not bayonet mounts, so I’m not super familiar with the hiccups they might have. Thanks in advance!

catalina – iMovie pinwheels (spins) constantly on a brand new MacBook Pro with 16BM physical RAM

MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2020, Four Thunderbolt 3 ports)
2.3 GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i7
16 GB 3733 MHz LPDDR4

macos 10.15.5 (19F101)

PLEASE WATCH THIS YOUTUBE WHICH DEMONSTRATES THE PROBLEM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=445zNM5dcaM

I am attaching a Youtube because using a video is the only effective way to communicate the experience of the pinwheels and show corroborating documentation of the symptom while examining the Activity Monitor at the same time.

HERE IS THE ORIGINAL QUESTION (in written form– if you really don’t want to watch the video you can just read the description here)

When using iMovie, iMovie constantly and consistently starts to pinwheel even though the Activity Monitor does not indicate any “memory pressure,” iMovie memory usage is below 2 GB (the machine has 16 GB RAM), there are no other applications running

the iMovie memory goes up and down of course. when in ‘resting state’ it is about 500 MB. when I started editing (After opening Photos and exporting some Videos), it goes up to about 1.5GB or so.

About this time iMovie starts to become unusable with pinwheels. some pinwheels last 5 seconds, other last up to 15 seconds. it appears most but not all actions in iMovie cause pinwheels of about 5-15 seconds.

First aside question:

One thing I don’t understand is why the Activity Monitor says memory used 11 GB when the numbers in the “Memory” column (see how it is SORTED DESCENDING so the app using the most memory — iMovie– appears on top) do not add up to 11 GB. What deamons are operating in my system that are taking up 9 GB of memory that I can’t even see?

(this is not a joke or a disparagement of the operating system — ‘deamon’ is the correct technical term; please do not flag for inappropriate language.)

Second aside question:

The pinwheels indicate iMovie is using swap memory (to me). Is that an incorrect assumption? The “Swap” in the Activity Monitor says 0.

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Libs just added “Aunt Jemima” brand as being racist. Who comes up with all this Boossheit?

CONS HATE FREE SPEECH! 

CONS HATE CAPITALISM AND WANT BUSINESS SPEECH REGULATED!

Libs didn’t. Quaker Oats proactively decided to change the name and logo themselves, completely of their own accord. So are you saying a company doesn’t have the right to change a name and logo of a product? Are you advocating for violating the Quaker Oat’s First Amendment Rights? Yes, you are.