However, that might be too obvious. Again, placing the image at the very end of the e-mail solves this issue in my testing. Reply tony May 1, 2015 at 8:30 pm why is an upgrade ALWAYS a downgrade???? Reply Rett Bren April 28, 2015 at 9:10 pm Photo.app fails to allow the user to see their photos by DATE AND in DESCENDING order. have a peek here
If I am not mistaken, this seems to be the same problem you are having. Reply Reply with quote Complain jthomas OP • Regular Member • Posts: 181 Re: Windows users can't see photo attachments In reply to Conchita • Aug 2, 2011 I'll Here is how your titles, keywords and descriptions will look when viewed in Apple's Preview App inside of the "Inspector" (Command-I) Alright, so I think that just about does it. So fingers crossed, we will be blessed with an update to both pieces of software soon!
That made my day! 0 | Reply - Share Hide Replies ∧GuestRebeccaJune 5, 2013 6:46 amI have a MacBook with iPhoto 2009. Further Explaination So Carol, you bring up a shortcoming that I think iPhoto has — well really, a lot of the image managers and photo editors. This seems like your issue. Someone else wrote to me not too long ago and said he was having problems when he took photos he knew had IPTC metadata (captions), imported them into iPhoto, made CHANGES
The User Interface The new user interface provides quick access to your photos, including albums, Moments, Faces, and a folder of Favorites. If you don’t already know, Moments displays your imported photos arranged Thank you Reply Paul says: August 16, 2015 at 9:51 am Flickr is a good option for online storage since they offer 1TB for free. Why not keep Aperture for serious users and add Photos for people who want the streamlined app. Picasa Something to keep in mind though, some image programs still don't handle this (IPTC) metadata yet, so you can't expect universal access to it.
The AppleScript: on adding folder items to my_folder after receiving theFiles set destinationAlbum to "irudi_temp" -- The Album name where put the photos. I am trying to do similar. Then I went looking on the internet and I found an Apple thread in their forum that seemed to detail this exact problem. http://osxdaily.com/2015/08/15/import-images-into-photos-app-mac-os-x/ Reply Tom Ostrand July 1, 2015 at 8:10 pm In iPhoto, I use Flagged to identify the photos I want to keep, after importing everything that's on a memory card.
You're right though — there should have been a warning message! 0 | Reply - Share Hide Replies ∧GuestJon JonesAugust 29, 2012 1:31 amCurtis,Thank you for your helpful and very detailed Google Photos Ticked all the boxes, incl. I ended up creating a smart album to collect my latest photos. Now I have to go through and re-name each photo individually.
So, it appears Facebook is utilizing this information. Reply Bakari Chavanu September 17, 2015 at 4:59 pm I feel your pain when it comes to using Photos. How To Export Photos From Mac To Hard Drive I meant to write, per month. Apple Help You can see right there.
This is truly odd, because batch changes were available in iPhoto, and time and date changes can be applied to a selected “group” of photos in Photos. I'm desperately hoping an alternative shows up in the next few months. We give you the scoop on what's new, what's best and how to make the most out of the products you love. Notice how the checkboxes remain checked (but greyed out) when you switch to PNG. 0 | Reply - Share Hide Replies ∧GuestRick SpradlingMarch 29, 2013 12:10 pmCurtis, the procedure worked well Lightroom
Reply kazuba says: August 15, 2015 at 7:12 pm I don't think photos app is that great Reply Michelle says: August 16, 2015 at 2:54 am Me neither Reply Burma White Who wants to scroll down (bring on the tunnel carpel syndrome before my time) to see their most recent acquisitions? Aperture doesn't always immediately write all of this type of metadata to the original photo master files as you type it into the application, but unlike iPhoto, there are menu items Now Apple has done a great job of making us feel like we can drag and drop everything, so most of us will probably try this.
They did not, however tell me about iphoto library manager. Icloud I considered ACDSee Mac Pro 3.... Making my latest book I had a huge problem keeping the wanted photos in order, I gave up and ready to move to Snapfish.
That's too bad. How do I stop this? The image is called MomHoldingCurtis.jpeg. Walgreens Photo Reply Jame says: September 25, 2016 at 11:40 am Because they are trying to force you to use the cloud storage.
Reply David says: August 15, 2015 at 8:01 pm Photos app works if you drag and drop, but to go to the albums you must open them first and then drag BUT, Apple (currently at least) won't let you export both file formats out at the same time. I would be glad to help you out. It's available in the Mac App Store for a few dollars.
Mission accomplished. 0 | Reply - Share Hide Replies ∧Guesthillary jacksonFebruary 4, 2014 8:44 pmThank you SO much for this!! Upgrade using Apple Store. I sorely miss Steve Jobs (RIP) who would of asked the engineers where is the simplicity of use, not simplicity in engineering? iPhoto safely keeps all of your titles and descriptions inside of the iPhoto Library file (database).
Like I bought and use iExifer. Reply Karina May 1, 2015 at 11:05 pm Add me to the list of "do not likes"! It is not. I recommend creating a “scripts” folder in your Documents folder that you can use to store all your scripts.
Reply Bakari Chavanu April 28, 2015 at 6:20 pm Deb, sadly it looks like that's another feature that Apple didn't put in the new Photos app.