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Old Sep 11, 2003, 03:21 AM   #1
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iphoto opens automatically at start up

I was wondering if anyone elese out there has had the same issue I have wich is iphoto starts up automatically at start up of OSX on my powerbook. I can't find anything in system preferences or iphoto preferences to stop this from happening, its not really a problem just kinda irritating. Fortunately I only have to restart my system a couple of times a month. Here is my setup Tibook 800 1 gig of Ram, os X.2.6, iphoto 2.0 I thought it might have been under login items but its not. Any help would be appreciated thanks- RAM
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Old Sep 11, 2003, 04:21 AM   #2
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just to confirm... you checked Login Items in System Preferences?
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if the camera is turned on, iPhoto will open automatically... well, if that was the option you made during the first time you connected a camera.
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Old Sep 11, 2003, 12:05 PM   #4
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I checked loging items already and there is no camera connected to my system, but that gives me an idea I do have a pc card with my compact flash media from my digital camera installed and it is named digital cam. So I am going to try taking that out and restarting. That just might work.
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Good tip redAPPLE when I removed the CP flash reader and restarted iphoto did not start up problem solved. thanks-RAM
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Old Sep 11, 2003, 01:14 PM   #6
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in the "Image Capture" app, there is an option to turn off the automatic launch of iPhoto when a camera or media card is connected.

it's odd that it's not in System Preference, and from what i've seen, Panther doesn't change this.
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