11-09-2006, 09:52 PM #1trinity_galGuesthow to turn iPhoto back to older version?
I did that Software Update for my Mac ...it had its repercussions.
So every time when I am trying to open iPhoto 5.0.4 app
I get the message
" You can't open your current photo library using this version of iPhoto.
You have made changes to your photo library using a newer version of iPhoto. Please quit and use the latest version of iPhoto. "
(with only choice of action is pressing Quit button).
So I cannot access iPhoto at all now.
I don't have any newer version of iPhoto lying around this laptop.
Had anyone same problem? Any idea how to get old iPhoto back?
11-09-2006, 10:03 PM #2
can you just simply move all the image files out of the pictures/iphoto library folder to another location, then re-import them?
i refuse to use iphoto, but i'm guessing that may work...
11-10-2006, 10:47 AM #3
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What is the reason you are trying to use 5.0.4 and not a newer version? Maybe someone can resolve the problem so that you will not have to go through the trouble of down grading. Because depending on how many picture/images you have in you database, it may take a good period of time to get them out of all the directories/folders. It maybe easier and quicker to resolve your current problem with the newer application.Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, It's about learning to dance in the rain!
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