Removing Photos from iPhoto
Despite iPhoto's long history, many people continue to be confused about exactly what happens when you delete a photo. There are three possibilities.
If you delete a photo from an album, book, card, calendar, or saved slideshow, the photo is merely removed from that item and remains generally available in your iPhoto library.
If, however, you delete a photo while in Events or Photos view, that act moves the photo to iPhoto's Trash. It's still available, but...
If you then empty iPhoto's Trash, all photos in it will be deleted from the iPhoto library and from your hard disk.
Other articles in the series All about iTunes 11
- “Take Control of iTunes 11: The FAQ” Answers Your iTunes Questions (24 Jan 13)
- Managing Books in iTunes: This Novel Has a Nice Beat (14 Jan 13)
- iTunes 11.0.1 Fixes Most of the Hits and Misses in iTunes 11.0 Searching (11 Dec 12)
- iTunes 11.0.1 (13 Dec 12)
- iTunes 11: The Features Apple Removed, and Alternatives (04 Dec 12)
- iTunes 11 Interface Innovations: Good and Bad, but Not Ugly (02 Dec 12)
- Redesigned iTunes 11 Brings iCloud Streaming and New MiniPlayer (30 Nov 12)
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- VidBITS: Why Do We Still Support Apple? (13 Feb 13)
- VidBITS: Ways that Apple Could Improve iOS (17 Jan 13)
- VidBITS: Election Tech, Intel Chips, and Beating Glenn (07 Nov 12)
- VidBITS: App.net, Photo Sharing, and Excessive Reminders (22 Aug 12)
This is our last issue of 2012, so our holiday gift to you is plenty of reading material to keep you informed and entertained over the next three weeks! For those looking for a last-minute gift for that Mac user who has everything, well, they probably don’t have Mac-compatible versions of the beloved video games brought back to life by GOG.com, as Jeff Porten explains. Also, Josh Centers shows how to redeem iTunes gift cards using your Mac’s camera, and we link to our latest live staff roundtable recording (audio and video) talking about iTunes 11 and antivirus app accuracy. In the iOS world, Adam Engst compares the new Google Maps app with Apple’s Maps app, Glenn Fleishman reviews 1Password 4 for iOS, Josh Centers looks quickly at the new Dropbox iOS app, and Michael Cohen explains how edition updates work in iBooks 3. Notable software releases this week include Dropbox 1.6.5, Lightroom 4.3, iTunes 11.0.1, Sandvox 2.7.3, TextExpander 4.0.4, TinkerTool 4.95, and Mac mini EFI Firmware Update 1.7.
As is our tradition, we’re taking the last few weeks of the year off to spend time with family and friends, so look for the next email issue of TidBITS on 7 January 2013. But we’ll continue posting new articles to our Web site, and TidBITS Talk will also continue apace.Show full article
Apple obsesses over the details, and its iTunes Gift Cards are no exception. Josh Centers details how Apple has made them easier to redeem this holiday season thanks to a new feature in iTunes 11.Show full article
Watch (or listen to) the latest TidBITS staff roundtable to get our take on the continuing story of iTunes 11 and the varying levels of accuracy among antivirus apps.Show full article
The popular file-syncing app has been redesigned with improved photo management.Show full article
Our membership program is a year old now, and while it was a huge help in keeping TidBITS vibrant in 2012, we still need help to defray the costs of writing, editing, development, and hosting going forward. Please join today!Show full article
When iBooks 3 was released in October 2012, edition updating was touted as one of its features. Now that it’s finally available, here’s how it works, at least for books in EPUB3 and iBooks Author formats — EPUB2 need not apply.Show full article
Do you want newfangled video games to get off your lawn? Join Jeff Porten as he revisits some of the games of yesteryear, now available on the Mac thanks to GOG.com.Show full article
The password-management app 1Password has been thoroughly revised for iOS. 1Password 4 sports a new and far better interface and a much-improved way to log in to Web sites within the program. It’s also now a single universal version.Show full article
Although the new Google Maps for iOS hasn’t been out long enough to get significant use in the wild, a close examination reveals some pros and cons in comparison with Apple’s new-in-iOS-6 Maps app. Follow along as Adam Engst compares the two.Show full article
Notable software releases this week include Dropbox 1.6.5, Lightroom 4.3, iTunes 11.0.1, Sandvox 2.7.3, TextExpander 4.0.4, TinkerTool 4.95, and Mac mini EFI Firmware Update 1.7.Show full article
We focus on past, present, and future with this week’s collection of ExtraBITS links. In the near future, those attending CES can sign up for the MacTech Insight event to get a full day of Apple-related sessions, and Glenn Fleishman writes about how the City of Seattle has partnered with a private firm to provide gigabit Internet. In the present, listen to Adam Engst talking with host Gene Steinberg of the Tech Night Owl Live about Apple’s rumored TV set, and read about how iTunes 11.0.1 solves searching problems in 11.0. And for those who like to reminisce, a clever art project puts an old-style interface on Google — we’re talking punch cards and line printers!Show full article