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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - System requirements
    X 10 6 8 or later and an Intel based Macintosh with a Core 2 Duo processor or better You can create add and switch between libraries with any version of iPhoto The album copying library merging library rebuild duplicate finding and photo importing features all require iPhoto 8 1 2 or later Installation Registering iPhoto Library Manager About Us Our Products Online Store Support Official Blog Bulk Discounts Save

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/Help/system%20requirements.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - About iPhoto libraries
    handful of its own data files in the library along with the photos themselves These files contain information such as how you have your photos organized into albums the title ratings keywords and other information you assign to your photos and much more An iPhoto library is a self contained unit so all the photos and related data are all stored within that one library package This means that you can backup move or copy the library by simply copying or moving the library package using the Finder just like you would copy any other file or folder Typically while working with iPhoto it keeps all the details of the library package hidden from you You can just use iPhoto s interface to manage your photos and you never even need to look inside the iPhoto library package itself However in some cases especially if you encounter problems with your iPhoto library in can be useful to know a little bit more about what goes on inside the library If you wish to delve into the library package s contents you can do so by control clicking on it in the Finder and selecting Show Package Contents from the contextual

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/Help/about%20iphoto%20libraries.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Introduction
    the main iPhoto Library Manager window Library list This is a list of the iPhoto libraries that iPhoto Library Manager knows about You can create new libraries with the Create Library button and you can add existing libraries to the list via the Add Library button or by dragging and dropping a library from the Finder into the library list You can rename the items in the list by selecting the library then clicking the name and typing in a new name The Remove Library button lets you remove a library from your library list though the library will remain where it is on your hard drive Album list This displays the list of albums and events in the selected library You can select an album or event to view the photos it contains in the photo browser on the right You can also drag albums or events from this list and drop them onto one of your libraries on the left to copy them to that library Photo browser The photo browser takes up the majority of the window and allows you to browse through the actual photos stored in whatever library you have selected There is both a

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/Help/introduction.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Installation
    the iPhoto Library Manager icon from the disk image to the Applications folder To uninstall drag iPhoto Library Manager from your hard drive to the trash If you are upgrading a previous version of iPhoto Library Manager you can simply replace the old version with the new one and your list of libraries and all your settings will be retained automatically You can also use the Check For Updates menu

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/Help/installation.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - A note about iPhoto version numbers
    0 iPhoto 05 01 2005 6 0 iPhoto 06 01 2006 7 0 iPhoto 08 09 2007 8 0 iPhoto 09 01 2009 9 0 iPhoto 11 10 2010 This documentation attempts to be consistent in using the actual version rather than the marketing nomenclature calling them iPhoto 7 0 8 0 etc This is consistent with Apple own documentation which usually but not always uses the iPhoto version number rather than the iLife release name This is also the version number you will see in iPhoto Library Manager when looking at the version of a library or the installed version of iPhoto The Full Sordid History The first version iPhoto was released in January of 2002 The first two versions of iPhoto versions 1 and 2 were offered for free and were available as individual downloads Starting with the next version Apple started bundling iPhoto with their new iLife suite which also included other applications such as iMovie and iDVD That release was called iLife 04 since it was released in January of 2004 However since iPhoto was only at version 2 they decided to skip a version number so the version of iPhoto that came with iLife 04 was iPhoto 4 0 There was never any such thing as iPhoto 3 Apple continued this naming scheme in 2005 and 2006 releasing iLife 05 and iLife 06 at the Macworld show in January which included iPhoto 5 0 and iPhoto 6 0 respectively However in 2007 iLife was not ready in time for the usual January release and was instead released in September of 2007 Since the year was already nearly over by the time they were able to release it Apple decided to name this release iLife 08 Unlike in 2004 they did not skip a version number

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/Help/a%20note%20about%20iphoto%20version%20numbers.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Removing a library
    the library to the trash you can hold down the option and shift keys and the Remove Library command will change to Delete Library instead This will both remove the library from the library list and move the library to the trash for you Note that you ll still need to empty the trash via the Finder or Dock in order to delete the library permanently By default iPhoto Library

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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Duplicating a library
    ways Choose the library you want to copy and choose the Duplicate Library command from the File menu You will be prompted to choose a location to store the new copy of the library iPhoto Library Manager will copy the library and when it s done it will automatically appear in your library list Choose the library you want to copy and choose Reveal Library in Finder from the File menu You can then use the Finder to copy the library to the location you want the copy to be After it is done if you want to work with that library in iPhoto Library Manager add it to your library list Note if you have unchecked the Copy items into the iPhoto library checkbox in the Advanced section of iPhoto s preferences and have since imported photos into your library that refer to photos outside the iPhoto library any such photos will not be copied anywhere The duplicate copy of the library will simply refer to the same photos in the same locations If you re duplicating the library with the intention of transferring it to another machine the duplicate library will not be able to find any of

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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Moving a library
    File menu to show the library in the Finder Then use the Finder and move the library to the new location on the drive You will see iPhoto Library Manager update the path for that library as soon as you bring its main window back to the front If you wish to move your library from one drive to another you will need to copy the folder to the new drive and then add the copied library to iPhoto Library Manager s list After you have opened up the newly copied library with iPhoto and confirmed that it displays correctly you can go ahead and delete the original copy of the library Another way to do this is to use iPhoto Library Manager s Duplicate Library command in the File menu to make a copy of the selected library on another drive While iPhoto Library Manager will track libraries that are moved iPhoto is not quite as smart If you move a library make sure to bring iPhoto Library Manager to the front and verify that it has tracked the library to its new location before launching iPhoto Moving the library that iPhoto is currently using while iPhoto is still

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