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New to iPhoto - problem with cropping


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Hello,

I cropped an image in my iPhoto library. When I display all the pictures in the event containing that image, its thumbnail is OK (ie. the image is cropped). When I double click the thumbnail, it shows the original, ie. the image is not cropped.

Am I missing something?
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Have you clicked "Done" once the crop is complete, ie finished the editing process, then double tap the image it should retain the cropping and rejoin the thumbnails.
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Yes, I clicked "done".

I solved the problem by reverting the image to original and doing the cropping again. It now works OK.

However, I stumbled upon a new problem - after I edit a picture, click Events and choose the event with that picture, iPhoto shows the event as empty, containing zero pictures!

EDIT: iPhoto also shows an event as empty if the pictures of that event were displayed when closing iPhoto.
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Not sure what's going on there, but a good start would be a complete backup followed by a run with Disk Utility for repairing permissions. Next, I'd hold the shift-command-option keys down when launching iPhoto and tick every box in the resulting dialog.
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