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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Renaming a library
    the Finder Alternately you can control click on the library and select Rename Library from the contextual menu that pops up When you first add a library to iPhoto Library Manager it will be given the same name as the library package has in the Finder The package name and the name in iPLM are separate though so you can change one without having to change the other For example if you ve added a library that belongs to another user and that library is named simply iPhoto Library you can give it a different name in iPLM such as Bob s Library without affecting the name of the actual library on disk If you want to also change the name of the library on disk just use the Reveal Library in Finder item in the File menu and edit the library s name using the Finder If a library shows up in red in the list it means that the folder for that library does not exist on the disk or the disk the library resides on is not currently available If the library is kept on another disk insert or connect the disk and the library name should

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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Accessing an iPhoto library on another Mac
    site at these links Mac 101 File Sharing Once that s done go to another computer that you d like to access the library from and go the Finder To connect to the shared computer follow the directions on Apple s support site at Connect to shared computers and file servers on a network When you connect to the remote machine it s easiest to log in with your default admin username and password since that will let you access any hard drive on the machine and thus let you store your music anywhere you want on the machine Once you re connected you can open up iPhoto Library Manager and set up your machine to use the remote library Note that iPhoto requires both read and write access to a library in order to open it even if you don t intend to actually make any changes so make sure you log in as a user that is able to modify the library If you have an iPhoto library set up on the remote machine that you want to use on your machine all you have to do is add the library from the network drive to iPhoto Library Manager just like you would any other library either by clicking the Add Library button or by dragging the library into the library list Once the library shows up in iPhoto Library Manager you can access it just like any other library When accessing this library the machine where the library is stored must be awake and available on the network and the other machine must be connected to that machine via file sharing otherwise iPhoto Library Manager may display an error when you try to open the library iPLM will automatically attempt to connect to the remote machine when

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/Help/accessing%20an%20iphoto%20library%20on%20another%20mac.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Using Aperture libraries with iPhoto 9.3 and later
    ability for Aperture and iPhoto to directly open each other s libraries without having to import photos back and forth between them iPhoto Library Manager does support working with Aperture libraries if you have iPhoto 9 3 installed on your machine though all operations on such libraries will still be performed via iPhoto Aperture library names end with an extension of aplibrary whereas iPhoto libraries either have an extension of photolibrary or no extension at all You can add Aperture libraries to iPhoto Library Manager alongside your iPhoto libraries either by using the Add Library button or by dragging an Aperture library into your library list You can open Aperture libraries in iPhoto just like iPhoto libraries by double clicking the library you want to open in your library list iPhoto Library Manager does not provide any method for opening libraries directly in Aperture For that you will need to open Aperture and tell it what library you want to open Note that any given library can t be open in both iPhoto and Aperture at once If you try to do so the second of the two applications that you try to open will display an error message Accessing

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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Opening a library
    Opening iPhoto either by using the Open iPhoto button in iPhoto Library Manager or by clicking on iPhoto in the Finder or on the dock will display the active library in iPhoto To switch to another library just double click the library s icon in iPhoto Library Manager and it will take care of quitting iPhoto changing the active library and then reopening iPhoto to display the library that you double clicked iPhoto Library Manager keeps a separate copy of your iPhoto preferences for each of your libraries and will swap the preferences whenever it switches to a different library This allows you to have different settings in the iPhoto preferences window on a per library basis If you have iPhoto 8 or later you can also simply double click the library itself in the Finder to open that library up in iPhoto Be aware though that this does not work with iPhoto 7 double clicking the library will not open the library you clicked instead it will just open whichever library was last opened in iPhoto This can be confusing since you can double click one library but end up seeing another library s contents Also using this method

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/Help/opening%20a%20library.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Using a digital camera with multiple libraries
    this works when you have multiple iPhoto libraries If you have iPhoto set up to launch automatically as soon as your plug your camera in this will cause iPhoto to open whichever library you had last chosen to work with in iPhoto This can sometimes cause the wrong library to be opened up at which point you have to quit iPhoto go open up iPhoto Library Manager switch to the correct library and then open up iPhoto again If this happens to you a lot you might want to instead set iPhoto Library Manager to open up when you attach your camera rather than iPhoto This way you can be sure that you have the right library selected before opening up iPhoto and avoid importing photos into the wrong library To set this up open up the Image Capture application located in your main Applications folder on your hard drive Plug in your camera and it should appear in the Devices section Select the device then use the pop up menu at the bottom of the list and select Other at which point you can select iPhoto Library Manager in your Applications folder and click OK Now when you plug

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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Using web galleries with multiple libraries
    left and click the button below the account list to remove the account This will cause your galleries from that website to no longer be synced with that library though the galleries and their photos will remain as is on the website itself For earlier versions of iPhoto open up the library open iPhoto s preferences go to the Web section and select to check for updates Manually If some galleries have already been synced with the library there is no way to remove those galleries from the library without also deleting them from the server but any additional changes and galleries will not be synced to that library In the library you originally published a particular gallery from iPhoto shares a single copy of each photo between the original album you created and the gallery itself As a result these photos will appear both in your gallery and in your main Photos Events lists In other libraries however when iPhoto downloads photos from the website those photos will only appear when you select the gallery and will not appear in your Photos Events lists If you want those photos to appear there you will need to drag the photos from your gallery and drop them on either the Photos or Events item at the top of the album list on the left By default when you upload photos to a web gallery iPhoto creates reduced size versions of the photos to make the uploading process faster This means that if you later download those photos into another library from the website you will not receive the same full resolution photos that you had in the original library To avoid this when you publish your gallery click the Show Advanced button and use the pop up menu that is revealed

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/Help/using%20web%20galleries%20with%20multiple%20libraries.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Using Photo Stream with multiple libraries
    at any given time If you ve already enabled Photo Stream in one library but then open a second library and enable Photo Stream there this will cause Photo Stream to be turned off in the first library Any photos downloaded by Photo Stream are actually stored in an entirely separate location from any of your iPhoto libraries This means that even if you do switch Photo Stream from one

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  • Fat Cat Software - iPhoto Library Manager Help - Grid view
    the lower left corner of the window You may seen one or more of the following icons superimposed on a photo in the grid view indicates you have flagged that photo in iPhoto indicates the photos has been marked as hidden in iPhoto indicates the original for this photo is referenced outside the library package indicates the full size image file for this photo cannot be found if the small thumbnail version of the photo can be found it will still be displayed indicates that neither the full size image nor a thumbnail image for this photo can be found read You can customize the appearance of the grid view by using the various commands available in the View menu These include Photo Titles toggles on off the photos titles displayed just underneath the photo Event Titles when checked instead of being displayed as one long list your photos will be grouped by event Show Subtitle allows you to add a second line of information displayed below the title of each photo You can choose from date description faces keywords kind place or size Sort By allows you to specify what attribute the photos should be sorted by The manual

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