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I like chrome but i cannot directly download photos from email or websites directly into iphoto and one can in Safari. Does anyone have a solution? Thanks all.
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Sure you can.

1. Go to website.
2. Drag picture from website directly onto iPhoto's icon in the dock.
3. There's no step 3.
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Sure you can.

1. Go to website.
2. Drag picture from website directly onto iPhoto's icon in the dock.
3. There's no step 3.
Under the Mac OS 10.8.5 I can no longer do this. Anyone have any fixes or solutions?
Saving photos from Chrome to my desktop is honestly messing everything up (dating and download order along with difference between saved images and screenshots) and I'd personally like to keep using Chrome. Please let me know if there are still ways to directly download from Chrome to iPhoto.
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I just tried this here and it works fine. What version of Chrome and iPhoto are you using?

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