Usuarios comienzan a reportar grandes problemas con iPhoto 11. QiiBO

Usuarios comienzan a reportar grandes problemas con iPhoto 11.

La semana pasada Apple presentó su nueva suite multimedia, iLife 11 y a pesar de lo bien que funcionó en la presentación que pudimos ver, las cosas no están saliendo como se esperaban. Al menos no con iPhoto 11, el cual está causando grandes dolores de cabeza a varios usuarios.

En el día de ayer ya se podían leer las primeras noticias al respecto sobre lo mal que estaba la nueva versión de iPhoto. Usuarios que no podían abrir la aplicación, problemas con las nuevas funciones y hasta hay quienes han perdido su librería. Ouch!

En los foros de Apple ya se pueden ver comentarios que hablan de que iPhoto 11, podría borrar tu librería de fotos por completo.

En Reddit, un usuario fue un poco más fuerte y se ha ido en un “rant” tan extenso y tan emotivo, que ni me molestaré en traducirlo:

I just upgraded to iLife 11, only interested in iPhoto. I use it to store and display photos I edited in Lightroom and PS and so far up to this fateful day I have been perfectly happy with the flickr export, the slick look, the fullscreen, the easy mail and the other features.
So I was pretty happy when Apple touted the new iPhoto. Now I’m stuck with it and boy does it suck! Seriously I can’t believe how bad it is. It’s all in the details, the things you only see once it’s on your system. Here’s just a starter of shit:No fullscreen viewing. That’s right, you cannot view your pictures without toolbars on top and bottom all the fucking time. Fullscreen, the main feature they advertise about iPhoto 11 is actually taken away. And no, i will not use the obnoxious diashow that throws music at me every time I open it!
Mailing pictures. Before it was easy and fast. Click on whatever you want to send, opens and you choose the size of the pictures and you’re good to go. Not anymore, no sir, because there are templates now and Apple will make sure you goddamn use them. They all look ugly as fuck and most if not all of them will crop your pictures to match the template. And WHAT THE FUCK you can only mail 10 pictures max! What is wrong with the people who developed this? This is unusable even for my mom.

Oh and when you actually send your less than ten pictures in a shitty cropped template of your very limited choice you can’t do anything while it’s sending. I was in fullscreen mode and it blocked the computer for several minutes. Well, you can do one thing and that is editing the mail while it’s being sent. Why, Apple?

When viewing albums all the flickr exports are displayed as albums as well. Because I exported most events to flickr it’s like mixing the events with the albums. When I click albums I want albums. And stop using this cheesy photo pile look, Apple!

EDIT: No zooming in anymore! I don’t even…
EDIT: Oh, and one more thing: Exporting now crashes my iPhoto because it’s stuck trying to log on to Flickr. Everytime, without a chance do disable the Flickr issue.

EDIT: Just adding a few things that came up in the thread because some of them are affecting a lot more than just the interface. Like “You now can’t remove a mistagged face without there being new possible matches.” “Fails to install at all.” and “Destroyed the whole library by resizing the photos to 300×200.”
No more fullscreen “places” editing”I can’t invest more time into this rant for health reasons but basically Apple has ruined iPhoto so utterly I can hardly believe it. And yeah, downgrading is nearly impossible without using a backed up version of the library. I just have the impression that the whole thing was rushed so Steve Jobs can present it himself. I hope he at least knows how bad it is.
It’s shit like that Steve, shit like that!

Si aún no haz actualizado a la nueva versión de iPhoto 11, mejor espera a ver lo que Apple tiene que decir al respecto y desde luego, nunca está demás tener un backup primero de tu librería por si las moscas, recordemos que siempre existe la posibilidad de que algo falle durante el proceso de instalación. Además de que son máquinas, siempre fallan en algún momento. También es recomendable tener una copia de la versión anterior de iPhoto y asegurarse antes de instalar iPhoto 11 que todo esté en orden.

¿Alguno de nuestros lectores ya lo está usando? ¿Qué tal la experiencia hasta ahora?

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