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If your phone is attached and that is what is showing, just clicking events under Library will do the trick. That will also take it out of Edit Photo. Not completely sure of your question, but there are settings / preferences under the the iPhoto menu.

Hope this helps.
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Posted on Dec 31, 2014

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Lost iPhoto when clean erase then mavericks, need download


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My iphoto icon on deck has a ciricle with a line though it which means no. I can not open iphoto. it states it could be damaged .


Hi there, there is a easy fix to this problem. What you are first wanting to do is to make a backup of your iPhoto library. The default place is User(Your Home Folder) / Pictures/ iPhoto Library. What you are going to want to do is right click the iPhoto library and select duplicate. Then just click and drag that new iPhoto library you just made to the desktop. Now what you want to do is to install iLife again. Just insert the iLife disk and follow the on screen instructions. Once that is done you should be able to open iPhoto again. If for some reason when you open iPhoto and your photos are not there, then close iPhoto and you want to place the new iPhoto Library that we put on the desktop into U ser(Your Home Folder) / Pictures/ Now drop the iPhoto Library and make sure that it is called iPhoto Library and not iPhoto Library Duplicate, if that is the case then right click the file name and click get info, then just rename it iPhoto Library. Now you are done, open iPhoto and you should have all your photos again.
If for some reason this still does not work, then once again close iPhoto, this time we are going to open it agin but while we open it we are going to hold the option key down too. A menu should pop-up asking you what library you would like to use, all you want to do is select the one that says is located in User(Your Home Folder) / Pictures/ iPhoto Library.

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Facebook log in problem Error 101 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET): Unknown error.


Thank you for visiting Fixya forums.

There are several reasons you may be getting this error code. Each will be suggested below:

Firewall

Change your firewall settings in the Security Preference Pane to 'Allow all incoming connections'. Check to make sure you don't have a firewall running that has stopped iPhoto from communicating with Facebook.

Cookies

This error code may be an issue with the cookie that Firefox or Safari uses to store the Exporter's login info. You need to delete the Facebook cookie called "isfbe". In Firefox you can do this by going to your preferences, clicking on "Privacy," then find the Show Cookies button. Find the one whose name contains the term "isfbe". Then click Delete Cookie.

For Safari you also go to preferences, but first click on "Security," then click Show Cookies and find the aforementioned cookie and delete it.

After this, just go back to the Facebook Exporter in iPhoto and login again, this time you will have no connection problem.

iPhoto

iPhoto, a problem lies in a conflict with the latest point update for iPhoto '08, version 7.1.3. Maybe it will work if you reinstall iPhoto, update to 7.1.2, copy the iPhoto application and rename it "iPhoto old," and then run Software Update and bring it up to date to get the bug fixes in the latest update for your main copy of iPhoto.

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The FAQ/support page for the Facebook Exporter for iPhoto is here: <http://www.facebook.com/help.php?page=718>

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1. Log out of Facebook through your web browser.
2. Go to Facebook Exporter for iPhoto, click Login.
3. This will open a Facebook login page in your web browser.
4. Log in but do not check "Save my login info..."
5. Go back to iPhoto, hit continue, and export your photos.

Sometimes an error message may still occur while uploading the photos, but retry and eventually it should work.

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If you have Little Snatch running on your computer it may be blocking iPhoto from access port 80.

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FULL Reset of Safari
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Firefox History
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Take out the com.apple.iPhoto.plist out of the preferences folder and put it in the trash once iPhoto restarts the file will be recerated. You can find the file here

Macintosh HD/ Users/(your user name)/ Library/ Preferences/ com.apple.iPhoto.plist

Once you have taken out the file before starting iPhoto go to software update under the apple menu to ensure your machine is up to date. Hope this helps.

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Try this if that helps:

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  2. Launch iPhoto.

  3. From iPhoto, select and open the image you wish to print. (Please refer to the Apple web site for instructions on how to use iPhoto.)

  4. When you are ready to make a print, select from the Menu Bar 'File: Page Setup'.

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  6. Select the following settings:

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    3. Paper Size: 4x6 (borderless)
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  7. Select 'OK' and the Page Setup dialog will close.

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  9. Click the 'Crop' button.

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  11. This selection, revealed in the iPhoto window will now print as a borderless, 4x6 print.
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