Well, yes. I do have images that are not in iphoto. Also, I want it to pull from SPECIFIC images, not ALL the images. So if it could do one 'playlist' from iphoto that would be acceptable, i guess.
i guess my question was somewhat different.
Unless your event has a lot of photos in it, the mosaic may not have enough photos to organize into the new picture.i guess my question was somewhat different.
i want to pick an event/album to be the baseline picture for the mosaic. but to create the mosaic, pick the pictures from selected events/albums only. not the entire iphoto library.
hahaha! you made me laugh with your response dude!To answer all of your questions, I am not sure about those specifics. It may be possible that there is a file somewhere that controls settings like that, I just don't know where it would be.
yes, but i have that smae problem... it sucks!is the creating mosaic database.. message ever supposed to go away?
Maybe I'm missing something, but I know on my MBP when I go to screen savers, I see individual "event" playlists. By choosing one of these (instead of the photo library) option, it will only pull photos from the event.Well, yes. I do have images that are not in iphoto. Also, I want it to pull from SPECIFIC images, not ALL the images. So if it could do one 'playlist' from iphoto that would be acceptable, i guess.
1. Collect the pictures you want into a folder. Copy from iPhoto or wherever.Firstly, I love this screen saver.
However, its pulling pictures from my iphoto library to build the images. Can I change this?
I was just about to say this! It's so simple how could everybody else miss it?!1. Collect the pictures you want into a folder. Copy from iPhoto or wherever.
2. Make note of where the folder is saved.
3. Select Apple menu > System Preferences.
4. Click the Desktop & Screen Saver icon.
5. Click the Screen Saver tab.
6. Scroll to Choose Folder...
7. Click this item in the Screen Savers list.
8. Navigate to the folder of pictures you created.
9. Click the folder once in the open dialog.
10. Click the Choose button.
Hope this helps.
I am having the same issue, though on my imac. Garvio - where you able to isolate the issue and/or fix it?I've been using the Mosaic screen saver ever since I upgraded to Leopard. It has been working flawlessly. Yesterday, I finally received my Nvidia Geforce 8800GT graphics card for my Mac Pro. I installed the card without any problems and everything works fine except for the mosaic screensaver. As the image zooms out to create the next image, the screen flashes white, just as it is about to dissolve to the image it is creating. Could this be a problem with the Nvidia card or is there something else that may a been corrupted. Anyone have any suggestions or ideas.
Hello. I solved my Mosaic screen saver problem by removing one of my Graphics cards. I use a Mac Pro and for some reason it didn't like using 3 separate graphics cards. When I scaled back to 2 cards my problems went away. Sorry I can't help any more.I am having the same issue, though on my imac. Garvio - where you able to isolate the issue and/or fix it?