iPhoto Plugins

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  1. ultratramp

    ultratramp Active Member

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    which ones do you use/ recommend and what are they for?

    i find iphoto buddy's ability to manage multiple iphoto libraries indispensable.
     
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    iPhoto diet deletes redundant thumbnail files.
     
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    No need for iPhoto Buddy! Just hold the option key while launching iPhoto.
     
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    Thanks Elbert. Now I can start with a new library .

    Nap
     
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    iPhoto Plug-ins

    do you guys have a link that lists the available iPhoto 06 plug-ins? :D
     
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    is this an iphoto5 feature? havent gotten to upgrade to 6.
     
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    But iPhoto Buddy gives you the option to password-protect your, uhm.. "other" iPhoto libraries. ;)
     
    #9 booblanco, Jun 19, 2006
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