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  • 60. Re: iPhoto 9.1.2 splitting events in iOS
    Fatkid98 Level 1 Level 1 (20 points)

    Aside from the my Events being split up iTunes, I've noticed that there are people missing from Faces as well (including me!).  I'm not sure if this is another bug too, but I've checked iPhoto and everyone shows up in there.  Hopefully this will get fixed too.

  • 61. Re: iPhoto 9.1.2 splitting events in iOS
    ftoledo Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    THAT'S IT! Sorting events manually is what makes it go haywire.

     

    That's probably why this issue is not going mainstream either, it is not happening to anyone who hasn't tried to sort their events manually. As soon as you sort your events by date, Events appear correctly in iTunes under "Selected albums, events, and faces" and also on iOS devices.

     

    Good call jpatrickn! Oh well, I'll have my events sorted by date until Apple fixes this weirdness.

  • 62. Re: iPhoto 9.1.2 splitting events in iOS
    ftoledo Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Sadly, it seems to only work until you make another modification to any event and then they are messed up again. I just adjusted the time of a couple of photos, synched again and my events were all split like before. I Reset Manuel Sort, and then Sorted by Date again, synched again and now they are displaying fine.

     

    *sigh*

  • 63. Re: iPhoto 9.1.2 splitting events in iOS
    JPRB_Mac_User Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Yes - same here with 4.3.3 - had to delete "ipod Photo cache" - sorted events by date - synched fine, with merged events showing properly - then changed sort order in Iphoto and Itunes events list all over the place, with merged events split again.

     

    *sigh as well*

  • 64. Re: iPhoto 9.1.2 splitting events in iOS
    PauloGuedes Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    The sad song here is that we all are trying workarounds for a PROBLEM CREATED by APPLE and they do not give an *** RAT for this.

  • 65. Re: iPhoto 9.1.2 splitting events in iOS
    Richard Liu Level 1 Level 1 (45 points)

    The only work around that doesn't require working around every time you sync -- and the backup that syncing performs is one good reason for syncing before the next update -- is to restore iPhoto 9.1.1 and your iPhoto Library of the same date from Time Machine, then sync your iOS devices and get on with life.  No, there is no guarantee that reverting to iPhoto 9.1.1 and to the iPhoto Library that you were using at that time won't screw things up.  After all, the photo library isn't the only place that iPhoto writes to.  It also stores your preferences in some .plist files in ~/Library/Preferences, and if iPhoto 9.1.2 changed some of those to values which 9.1.1 doesn't understand ...

     

    Anyway, if you catch any screw up soon enough, you can always update iPhoto to 9.1.2 and restore the iPhoto Library that you're now using.  I did what I'm recommending here.  I have more than 18,000 photos in the iPhoto library, and when iTunes synched my iPad 1 (the whole library) and my iPhone 3GS (selection of events) for the first time after the big switcheroo, it had to erase the photos from both devices first, then optimize the photos for each device before finally copying them.  That took a long time.  But from now on, if I'm lucky, I don't have to waste anymore time on this problem.  Besides, iPhoto 9.1.2 didn't even address the problems (with Places) that urgently need Apple's attention, so I'm not missing out on anything that iPhoto 9.1.2 does (correctly) that 9.1.1 didn't (at all).

     

    Regards,

    Richard

  • 66. Re: iPhoto 9.1.2 splitting events in iOS
    Richard Liu Level 1 Level 1 (45 points)

    @ftoledo,

     

    I had the problem before reverting back to iPhoto 9.1.1 (as described elsewhere in this thread), and I did not sort my events manually.

     

    Regards,

    Richard

  • 67. Re: iPhoto 9.1.2 splitting events in iOS
    MikeyF74 Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)

    Wow, GREAT!

     

    It work's for me.

     

    Thank's a lot!!

     

    greetings

    michael

  • 68. Re: iPhoto 9.1.2 splitting events in iOS
    shimshons Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thanx for the advice it fixed my events

  • 69. Re: iPhoto 9.1.2 splitting events in iOS
    jc_nyc Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Sometimes it worked for me and sometimes it doesn't. When I'm in iPhoto and my iphone appears on the left as a device, if i select the iPhone and look at View, the sort options are there, and are set differently than they are if I select events. So - I tried this trick both places, and then ituned, and it worked.

     

    But please, friends at Apple, let's get this fixed properly!!!

  • 70. Re: iPhoto 9.1.2 splitting events in iOS
    Davey155 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thanks!

    This worked for me too

  • 71. Re: iPhoto 9.1.2 splitting events in iOS
    richardfromeast haven Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I went back to iphoto 9.1.1 and all the event sync problems are gone.  I hope that 9.1.3 will correct the split problem

  • 72. Re: iPhoto 9.1.2 splitting events in iOS
    amberback Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I removed all my photos from my phone, deleted the iPod Photo Cache (http://support.apple.com/kb/ts1314), rebuilt my iPhoto library (http://support.apple.com/kb/ht2638), and then sycn'd.... that fixed it for me... at least for now.

  • 73. Re: iPhoto 9.1.2 splitting events in iOS
    Sheerwaterguy Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    For what its worth I have just done an update as well and the same thing has happened to me. I spoke with Apple Support and he told me that it was an iphoto issues because he had never heard of it before.

     

    Hope the do a fix soon.

  • 74. Re: iPhoto 9.1.2 splitting events in iOS
    Fatkid98 Level 1 Level 1 (20 points)

    It's here!!!  iPhoto 9.1.3 update!