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I imported all my iphoto pictures into aperture. Problem now is when I add a photo to iphoto id like it to get added to the aperture library without having to go find that one picture in iphoto. Is there a way to setup aperture to sync its library with iphoto?
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I found this if it's any help

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If you choose to store the photos imported from your iPhoto Library in the Aperture
Library, Aperture makes a copy of each image file and places it in the Aperture Library.
This doubles the amount of disk space the image files occupy on your computer. To
save space, import the photos in your iPhoto Library as referenced images. You can also
delete images from your iPhoto Library after importing them, but you will no longer
have access to those images within iPhoto. If you choose not to delete the images in
your iPhoto Library, any changes you make to those images in iPhoto will not be
reflected in the duplicate images in Aperture.
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