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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - List view
    you to add or remove columns from the list You can choose from date description event faces keywords kind place or size You can also control click on the column headers of the list view as a shortcut to access the same menu Sort By allows you to specify what attribute the photos should be sorted by The manual option will display an album s photos in the same order

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/Help/list%20view.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Viewing full sized photos
    fill the screen which can be useful for a quick full screen slideshow of multiple photos If you want to reveal the actual photo file in the Finder control click on a photo and select either Show File or Show Original File If you want to do something with a particular photo in iPhoto itself control click on the photo and choose Select in iPhoto That will open up that

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/Help/viewing%20full%20sized%20photos.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - The information pane
    size shown is for the entire library package including all of iPhoto s own data files Note that this size will be larger than the size shown in iPhoto itself which only adds up the space taken up by the photos themselves For albums the album s name and description and the number and size of the photos it contains For events the event s name date and description and

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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Multi-library search
    A progress indicator is displayed next to each library s name in the library list while the search is still in progress for that library then once the search has completed for that library a number will be displayed next to the library name showing how many photos in that particular library match the search criteria You can customize the display of your search results in many of the same ways as when you re just browsing a single library There are a few differences Since photos from multiple libraries are being displayed together no album event list is displayed at all so the photos take up the entire content area of the window In grid view you can tell which library each photo belongs to by going to the View menu and choosing Library from the Show Subtitle menu there That will display the name of each photo s library underneath that photo You can also use the Library Titles menu item in the View menu to group the photos by their library in the photo browser In list view you can select Library from the Show Columns submenu in the View menu to display an extra column that

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/Help/multi-library%20search.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Browsing tips and tricks
    in the photo browser itself You can then use the Sort submenu in the View menu to change the order in which the events are sorted there When browsing this way you can option click one of the disclosure triangles next to an event s title in the photo browser to expand collapse all the events at once This can give you a more compact list of just the event names to browse through Photos marked as hidden in iPhoto will always be displayed in iPLM s photo browser but with an orange X in the corner of the photo to show its hidden status Hidden photos are also counted when calculating the photo count for each album in the album list iPLM remembers the view settings separately for each library This includes things like the position of the zoom slider what subtitles are shown under photos what columns are shown in list view and so forth Once you have things set up the way you like to view a particular library those changes will stick so you don t have to constantly reconfigure things if you want to view two libraries with different setups The background color in the

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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Browsing your duplicates
    to see its attributes in the information pane and so forth If your duplicate rules have successfully chosen keepers and applied actions to your duplicates those actions will be represented by icons displayed above each photo in the duplicate browser The following icons can appear there indicates the photo has been chosen as the keeper for that duplicate group indicates the photo will be flagged indicates the photo will be hidden indicates the photo will be added to the Duplicates album indicates the photo will be assigned the duplicate keyword indicates the photo will be moved to the trash The zoom slider in the lower right corner of the window can increase or decrease the size of the duplicates being displayed Since some groups can contain more photos than will fit horizontally in the box for that group some groups may have a small scrollbar appear along the bottom allowing you to scroll left and right to see all the photos in that group To view the full size version of a photo either double click it or select it and press the space bar The View Log button will display information logged by iPhoto Library Manager during the duplicate

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/Help/browsing%20your%20duplicates.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Choosing keepers with duplicate rules
    other photos that don t have this metadata assigned to them If you have different copies of a particular photo and you ve done more face identification keyword tagging and so forth on some photos than others then this rule can be helpful to choose the photo that you ve done the most work on Keep the largest duplicate compares the file size of each duplicate photo and keeps whichever one is the largest This is useful if you have some duplicates that have been scaled down from the original so you can keep the largest copy and get rid of the smaller ones Editing rules The built in rules are a good start but since everybody s photo collection is unique you may need to create a custom duplicate rule to choose keepers according to what makes the most sense for your own photos To create a custom rule click the rules pop up menu and select Edit Rules from the bottom of the menu This will present you with the following window You can view but not edit the built in rules to see how they are implemented To create your own rule click the gear button in the upper right and select New Rule from the menu that appears If you d like a rule similar to one of the built in rules select that rule from the pop up menu then click the gear button and select Duplicate Rule to make a copy of that built in rule You can specify a name for your new rule by typing it in the Name field Each duplicate rule is made up of one or more criteria that you d like to use to compare the photos in each duplicate group By evaluating these criteria one or more photos from the group will be chosen as the keeper from that group The criteria available to compare include the photos rating modification date size format and much more See the Criteria Details section for more information Because in many cases the duplicate photos will also have identical values for many of these attributes you can specify multiple criteria to evaluate the photos by If the first criteria is identical for some or all the photos in the group the evaluation will then proceed to the second criteria and so on until they have all been evaluated How rules are evaluated In the example above we have three photos that have been identified as duplicates by iPhoto Library Manager and the four criteria from the rule displayed above that were specified to evaluate the duplicate photos The first criteria says to choose whichever photo has the highest rating However all the photos have the same rating 0 stars so this criteria does not choose any photos and evaluation continues to the next criteria The second criteria says to prefer whichever photo has the newest modification date Two of the photos have been edited and have the same modification date but

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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Criteria details
    File size chooses either the smallest or largest file in the duplicate group Note that for edited photos this will use the size of the modified version of the photo and not the original Description if you have entered custom descriptions in iPhoto for your photos this criteria lets you choose duplicates based on the length of that description text Photos with no description are treated as having a length of zero i e they will always have the shortest description of named faces chooses according to the number of faces that have been assigned names in iPhoto Faces that have been located by iPhoto but not assigned a name are ignored of keywords chooses according to how many keywords have been assigned to each photo Modification date chooses based on the date each photo was last edited Date chooses based on the date the photo was taken Format allows you to prefer one format of photo over another For example if you have some photos for which you have both a RAW and a JPG version you can opt to always choose the RAW over the JPG Album chooses photos based on whether they belong to one of the albums in the iPhoto library This can be used in cases where you have some duplicate photos but one instance of the photo has been added to an album and you want to make not to remove the copy of the photo that has been added to an album Place chooses photos according to whether they have a geographic location assigned to them in iPhoto Title chooses based on whether the photo has been given a custom title or not iPhoto assigns a default title to each photo base on the photo s filename e g IMG 0001 but if

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