iphoto unexpectedly quits while editing

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  1. johnj2803

    johnj2803 Active Member

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    my iphoto suddenly quits while doing some editing in certain pictures. i was removing the red eye for a picture and it suddenly quits. i can do other ediing on the same picture like crop and enhance but not the red eye.

    some pictures naman i can do red eye but not enhance or something...

    i came accross this article in apple.com:

    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=304487

    after doing it it seems to still quit on me....

    i have a 12" pb with 1.25 gig ram too and i see the "spinning beach ball" a lot when i use iphoto.

    i am using iphoto 06

    any other tips? i am doing a picture book and its my first too. and i want the pictures to be nice :D

    thanks
     
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    Theus PhilMUG Addict Member

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    try deleting your plist. iPhoto will recreate it once you re-launch. hth.
     
  3. johnj2803

    johnj2803 Active Member

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    tried it... but sadly it still quits :(

    any other ideas pls?
     
    #3 johnj2803, Feb 10, 2007
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  4. czar

    czar Guest

    read the crashed logs to have a better idea about the problem!!
     
  5. johnj2803

    johnj2803 Active Member

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    here is the log from the error. i placed it in an attachment since its really too long to put here and it can really look like spamming.

    thanks for taking time helping me with my troubles :D
     

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