|Name||iPhoto Library Manager 4.2|
|Created on||2015-04-28 12:46:58|
|Files||iPhoto Library Manager v4.2/cr-fatcat.dmg (413.6 kB)|
iPhoto Library Manager v4.2/iPhotoLibraryManager.zip (6.84 MB)
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.9 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Courtesy of The Shark
Release Date: April 23, 2015
What's New in Version 1.5.0
Build steps: It's now easy to present bullet points one at a time. Add "build-lists: true" at the very beginning of your markdown file to turn it on.
Auto Scaling: In case you have to fit more content on a slide, Deckset now has an option that scales your content down to always fit. To enable it, add "autoscale: true" at the very beginning of your markdown file.
Minor tweaks and bugfixes
More Info: https://itunes.apple.com/app/deckset-turn-your-notes-into/id847496013
Deckset is a new, simple way to create presentations. Open your favourite text editor, write down your thoughts and Deckset will turn them into beautiful presentations. Focus on your ideas, not on designing slides.
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- 10 themes for every occasion, ranging from playful to serious
- Automatic layout and advanced typographic features
- Present code samples with syntax highlighting and “scale to fit”
- Easily include images and videos
- Stunning image filters
- Speaker notes and rehearsal mode
- Everything’s Markdown—edit your presentation using your favorite text editor
- Floating preview window
- Easily change aspect ratio to suit any projector
- Export to PDF
- Formula support as in-app purchase
Deckset is not meant to be a replacement for feature-heavy apps like Keynote or PowerPoint. It is a simpler, faster way to create presentations. You don’t design slides, you concentrate on the content – Deckset will make it look great. All you need is your favorite text editor and your ideas. Name: iPhoto Library Manager
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.6.8 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64 bit
Version 4.2 (released 4/15/2015)
Worked around a Yosemite bug that could cause date copying issues on systems set to a non-US region with 24 hour time turned off
Fixed a bug where event descriptions would not be loaded properly
Fixed a bug where sometimes, certain scavenged photos would not be imported into a rebuilt library
Prevent libraries from Photos from being added to iPLM'\''s library list
Improved the error message displayed when trying to import photos into a missing library
We now recognize iPhoto libraries migrated using the Photos app
Improved rebulid scavenging to include photos orphaned due to a particular variety of botched upgrade by iPhoto 9.6
Fixed a bug where a library would not load if its name was changed to be blank
Courtesy of C.O.R.E
iPhoto Library Manager allows you to organize your photos among multiple iPhoto libraries, rather than having to store all of your photos in one giant library. You can browse the photos in all your libraries directly from iPhoto Library Manager, without having to open each library in iPhoto just to see its photos, and search across all your libraries to help track down a particular photo.
iPLM also gives you the ability to copy your photos from one library to another, while keeping track of photo metadata that is normally lost when exporting from one library and importing into another. Titles, dates, descriptions, keywords, ratings, faces, and place information are all transferred along with the photos, ensuring that you keep all that information you spent hours entering into iPhoto. Event and albums are also reconstructed when copied, and both the edited and original copies of each photo are copied as well. You can split up a large library into multiple smaller libraries, merge entire libraries together into a big one, or rebuild a corrupt library that is causing iPhoto to hang or crash.
Since it can be easy to lose track of what photos are stored in which library, iPhoto Library Manager can analyze your libraries for duplicate photos, showing them to you side by side and letting you get rid of extra copies of photos that you no longer need. This duplicate analysis is also used when merging libraries and copying photos, to help prevent importing multiple copies of a photo into a library in the first place.
More info: http://www.fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/