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Apple today released iPhoto 9.1, an update to the iPhoto application included in the company's new iLife '11 suite. The update restores support for the photo calendars that had gone missing in the initial iPhoto '11 release, and also fixes several other bugs and introduces new holiday-themed letterpress card options.
This update adds several new print product options to iPhoto '11. It also improves overall stability and addresses a number of other minor issues.

- Provides the ability to create and order calendars in iPhoto.
- Additional letterpress holiday greeting card themes are now available.
- Fixes an issue that prevented videos downloaded from MobileMe or Flickr from importing correctly into iPhoto events.
- The update is recommended for all users of iPhoto '11.
The update is the second to be released for iPhoto '11 since its debut just over two weeks ago, as the company quickly pushed out iPhoto 9.0.1 late last week to address issues with data loss when upgrading from iPhoto '09 to iPhoto '11.

Article Link: Apple Releases iPhoto 9.1 With Support for Calendars
 

lshaner

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Hah! I was just about to mention that this was posted. Glad you guys beat me to it. :)
 
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Sky Blue

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Great! Can get them ordered for Christmas now. I wonder if Places and email still sucks.
 
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andiwm2003

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wow, let's wait a bit more and we get full screen mode and real email capability back.

Seriously, I have the feeling Apple rushed out iLife just to be able to say it's updated.
 
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ArtOfWarfare

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Kudos to Apple for being quick to address software issues on the Mac.

It's so nice compared to Apple's "wait a few months" approach with updating, say, Remote on the iPhone.
 
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Sky Blue

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Manage My Places - Still no option to add a new place
Still no option to email with mail
Full screen is still not full screen.
 
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Small White Car

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and we get ... real email capability back.

I finally figured a way out of this one. Drag the selected photos to 'Mail' on the Dock. It'll put them in a new message and you'll get an option to re-size the photos within the Mail window itself.

Works just like the good old days.
 
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Phil A.

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*yawn* Who cares?
Obviously you care enough to post in this thread ;)

Manage My Places - Still no option to add a new place
Still no option to email with mail
Full screen is still not full screen.

If you select Info when viewing a photo you can type a place into the places map at the bottom of the right hand side and it creates a new place: Is this what you meant or am I misunderstanding?
 
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petvas

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Nice to see that Apple acknowledged the missing calendar feature and brought it back. I still prefer Aperture, but I also have iphoto installed.
 
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Willis

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Manage My Places - Still no option to add a new place
Still no option to email with mail
Full screen is still not full screen.

When you talk about emailing from Mail, do you mean like you used to be able to do?

Just select the photos you want and drop them onto Mail to create a new message with the images present. Easy
 
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justflie

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Fixed load times

Ever since installing iLife 11, load times in Aperture and iPhoto have been measured in minutes. This finally fixed that. The first load of each post update was very slow, but the next launch was nice and fast.

*EDIT* Dang. I guess when I did it before it still had the program/library in cache. I restarted the computer and it takes another 3-4 minutes on first open of iPhoto. Unacceptable. I'm going to have to troubleshoot it this weekend. It was working just fine until I installed iLife 11...
 
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neilw

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Is it "safe" to upgrade now? I'm hot for the new photobook features, but have been holding off until it sounds like the big gotchas have been ironed out. Are there any real critical deficiencies remaining?
 
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7o7munoz7o7

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Manage My Places - Still no option to add a new place
Still no option to email with mail
Full screen is still not full screen.

what do you mean full screen is still not full screen...i must have got a bad copy because everything in my iLife 11 is working 100%....and now with calendars back everything is perfect...i have updated both of my iMacs and a MacBook pro to iLife 11 with no issues what so ever....are you actually having issues...or are you just jumping the bandwagon 2 hate on Apple?
 
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7o7munoz7o7

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Manage My Places - Still no option to add a new place
Still no option to email with mail
Full screen is still not full screen.

and no mail option....have you selected a photo...and clicked share...and then click email.....wait a second...are you on a PC?!?
 
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Cougarcat

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what do you mean full screen is still not full screen...i must have got a bad copy because everything in my iLife 11 is working 100%....and now with calendars back everything is perfect...i have updated both of my iMacs and a MacBook pro to iLife 11 with no issues what so ever....are you actually having issues...or are you just jumping the bandwagon 2 hate on Apple?

He means that you can't view pics fullscreen without any UI elements. This is bad. It is also bad that you can't email photos from within the app without applying a crappy theme to them.
 
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