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  • Fat Cat Software Blog
    to keep your library synced between two Macs and would be totally awesome if it worked reliably Unfortunately the way the library is stored internally does not mesh well with how Dropbox s syncing works and can easily result in data corruption Here s how that can happen Read More Welcome to the official Fat Cat Software blog Keep up to date on app news updates and bug fixes Blog

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/blog/2015/05 (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software Blog
    t make any concrete promises since doing so partially depends on whether Photos itself adds a few necessary enhancements In the meantime since I get asked about this a lot I thought I d put up a quick summary of the existing methods to get your content all together into a single Photos library Read More Apr 16 PowerPhotos 1 0 is now available Filed Under Photos Updates PowerPhotos News I m please to announce the release of PowerPhotos 1 0 which is now available at http www fatcatsoftware com powerphotos for managing your Photos libraries on the Mac Read More Apr 08 Announcing PowerPhotos Filed Under Updates PowerPhotos iPhoto Library Manager News Today Apple finally released their new Photos app which will serve as a replacement for the venerable iPhoto Many of you have asked about how this will work in conjunction with iPhoto Library Manager I m pleased to announce that Fat Cat Software is providing a new application to help you manage your libraries with Photos and that new app is called PowerPhotos Read More Welcome to the official Fat Cat Software blog Keep up to date on app news updates and bug fixes Blog Categories iPhoto

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/blog/2015/04 (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software
    Manager and iPhoto 9 2 July iPhoto Library Manager 3 6 8 now compatible with iPhoto 9 1 5 and OS X Lion May iPhoto 9 1 2 event listing bug April iPhoto Library Manager 3 6 5 released for compatibility with iPhoto 9 1 2 iPhoto Library Manager 3 6 4 2010 November iPhoto Library Manager 3 6 released October iPhoto Library Manager and iPhoto 11 compatibility April Using GDB s po command while a malloc lock is being held January Thoughts on the iPad Indie Relief You get great software proceeds go to Haiti 2009 December Problems syncing photos with iPod iPhone or Apple TV and iPhoto 8 1 September PowerTunes 1 1 1 now compatible with iTunes 9 PowerTunes compatibility with iTunes 9 Preprocessing InfoPlist strings files in Xcode August Snow Leopard compatibility July iPhoto Library Manager user stats May iPhoto Library Manager 3 5 released The last iPLM 3 5 beta hopefully April iPLM 3 5 getting close to release March iPhoto Library Manager 3 5 public beta iPhoto 09 Safari 4 beta geotags crash February iPLM 3 5 progress update iPhoto Library Manager 3 4 4 released January iPhoto 09 initial compatibility report iPhoto Library Manager and iPhoto 09 2008 December PowerTunes 1 0 2 released How to create a fake digital camera for Image Capture September Why I m not developing iPhone applications August Per object ordered relationships using Core Data July PowerTunes 1 0 is out June Fixing Applescript May Disappearing iPhoto libraries on external drives April Announcing PowerTunes private beta 2007 November Optimization for Dummies Miscellaneous Leopard development gotchas October Running FogBugz on Leopard iPhoto Library Manager 3 4 released MacFixIt s scare tactics iPLM Leopard update Apple totally stole my line Top 10 obscure new Leopard features iPhoto Library Manager and

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/archives (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - PowerPhotos Help - Table of Contents
    pane Searching for photos Multi library search Browsing tips and tricks Finding duplicate photos Find Duplicates overview Starting the duplicate finding process Browsing your duplicates Choosing keepers with duplicate rules Criteria details Performing actions on duplicate photos Changing duplicate actions manually Deleting your duplicate photos Duplicate tips and tricks Copying between Photos libraries Copying albums and moments Copying individual photos Importing new photos into a library Merging libraries Previewing your

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/powerphotos_beta/Help/table%20of%20contents.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - PowerPhotos Help - Preferences
    of them at a time checking this box will reduce the size of each row in the list allowing more libraries to fit vertically in the list Show exclamation mark badges on missing photos enabling this option will cause a small exclamation mark icon to appear in the lower left corner of any photo that can t be found at the location in the library where Photos says it should be There isn t any direct way to fix such missing photos though so if you d rather not be bothered by these warning icons you can just leave this option disabled Warn when removing a library by default you will be given a warning message when attempting to remove a library confirming that you really want to remove it You can uncheck this option if you would not like this warning to appear Automatically check for updates checking this box will make PowerPhotos check on the internet for new versions at regular intervals You can also check for updates manually using the Check For Updates menu item Photo Copying Don t copy duplicate photos if this box is checked when you copy photos from one library to another any photos that are duplicates of ones already in the destination library will be skipped Otherwise all photos will be imported even if the destination library already contains copies of them Duplicate comparison options read more about these options in the How to compare photos section of the Starting the duplicate finding process section of the manual Show preview before copying when checked you will be shown a preview of what your library will look like after the copy takes place and which duplicate photos will be skipped Copy photo information specifies which attributes on your photos you want to be

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/powerphotos_beta/Help/preferences.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - PowerPhotos Help - Copying and merging with iCloud Photo Library
    iCloud syncing Open your library in Photos go to the preferences window and uncheck the iCloud Photo Library checkbox Your current collection of photos will remain in iCloud but your Mac will stop actively syncing new content while this checkbox is off You can then performing your copying merging and double check the results to make sure they re to your liking If they are then check the box back on afterwards and Photos will upload your newly copied photos to iCloud Note that it will take some time for it to compare the library content to iCloud again but it shouldn t need to re upload any of the photos that were already in the library 2 Work on a copy of the library instead Instead of merging directly into the library you have synced with iCloud create a copy of the library first either using the Finder or the Duplicate Library command in PowerPhotos This requires having some extra free space but has the advantage that you can keep your iCloud library syncing while you do your copying merging with the other copy of the library If you change your mind or decide you want to redo the merge with different settings simply delete that copy of your library and the original library remains unchanged If you re happy with the results of the merge then use the Photos preferences window to first make that library the system photo library then enable iCloud Photo Library to have it sync up the new photos with iCloud One approach you should be cautious with is merging multiple libraries including your iCloud library into a new empty library The downside to this is that none of the iCloud specific syncing information associated with your photos will be copied into the new

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/powerphotos_beta/Help/copying%20and%20merging%20with%20icloud%20photo%20library.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - iPhoto Library Internals
    by iPhoto 7 and later There does not seem to be any mention of this folder in iPhoto s documentation but if you put some photos into it then quit and reopen iPhoto it will automatically import those photos into the iPhoto library and then delete them from the Auto Import folder There is also an auto import Applescript command which does not appear to do anything when called It s not clear if this was a planned feature for iPhoto 7 that ended up getting pulled out but not completely apparently and it doesn t seem to be very useful for anything especially since that folder is buried inside a package now but that s what it does if anyone is curious Backup If a library has been upgraded from an earlier version of iPhoto to iPhoto 9 a copy of the original database files from the library are stored in this folder before performing the upgrade Caches Only present in iPhoto 8 or later this folder contains additional data for the iPhoto library Unlike some other Caches folders that can be safe to delete this one is not so don t go deleting it in an attempt to clear up disk space com apple iPhoto plist This file is actually not written out by iPhoto itself but rather by iPhoto Library Manager It is a copy of the preferences file that is associated with this library When you switch between different iPhoto libraries iPhoto Library Manager will swap out this preference file for the existing preferences before opening the library up Contents PkgInfo This is part of the new package structure in iPhoto 7 that gives the package a type and creator code so that the Finder knows what application the package belongs to face db face blob db Contains the data for faces identified by the face recognition feature added in iPhoto 8 iLifeShared Starting in iPhoto 9 the AlbumData2 xml file is now stored within this folder rather than at the root level of the library package Info plist iPhoto 9 added this file containing basic version information about the library iPhoto ipspot This file is written out by iPhoto and read in by Spotlight in order to index the information about the photos in your photo library You must have iPhoto 5 0 2 or later for this file to be present iPhotoLock data This file is used by iPhoto to help prevent more than one copy of iPhoto from accessing the library at one time iPod Photo Cache This folder is created by iTunes if you choose to sync your iPhoto library with a photo capable iPod It contains cached information about the last time the photos were synced and help speed up the syncing process allowing iTunes to tell which photos have changed since the last sync and only update those ones You can delete it if you want to clear up space but iTunes will have to create it all over again

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/Help/iphoto%20library%20internals.html (2016-04-25)
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