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iPhoto 7.0: Can generate a huge about of CPU activity while idle in background

Monday, September 24th, 2007 • 2:23 pm

A new bug in iPhoto 7.0 causes unexplained CPU activity.

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iPhoto 6: Main window loses its drop shadow in dual-monitor setup

Wednesday, June 7th, 2006 • 2:36 pm

Finally, a reliable way to reproduce this bug.

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iPhoto 6: Picture inserted at very top of body of e-mail message with shared photo

Tuesday, March 7th, 2006 • 3:14 pm

Asking the average Mac user to deal with a humongous I-beam is not a good idea.

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iPhoto 6: Can’t tab into body of e-mail message with shared photo

Tuesday, March 7th, 2006 • 2:49 pm

Once again, Apple forces you to use the mouse, for no reason.

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Pages 2: Lousy live window resizing performance

Thursday, March 2nd, 2006 • 2:57 pm

Live window resizing on a G5 Quad should be smooth. Not in Pages 2.

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iPhoto 6: Rotated picture not rotated when sharing by e-mail

Thursday, January 26th, 2006 • 4:09 pm

A bug with rotated pictures and e-mail sharing.

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iPhoto 6: Application window loses its drop shadow altogether

Thursday, January 26th, 2006 • 4:02 pm

A cosmetic problem with the new iPhoto 6 application window.

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GarageBand 2 and other iApps: Single-window interface problems still not solved

Friday, February 25th, 2005 • 12:57 am

A while back, I wrote about the problems with the single-window interface used in GarageBand. In a nutshell, one fundamental problem is that GarageBand still uses the “document window” paradigm — complete with Close, Minimize, and Maximize buttons in the window’s title bar and with a “Window” menu in the menu bar — even though […]

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iView Media Pro 2.0: Disappointing (and expensive) upgrade so far

Thursday, February 19th, 2004 • 1:33 am

Ever since I have owned a digital camera, I have felt the need to use a powerful piece of software for managing my thousands of digital pictures. The early versions of Apple’s iPhoto were woefully inadequate in that respect. The performance levels were just unacceptably slow. I hear that things are better in iPhoto 4, […]

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