Exporting the corrupted project as library was a smart move. But it is a pity that you only could reimport the versions.
Peter - just to be sure - you do not mention checking for filters or invisible filters on the project:
- Have you checked, if the filter in the Browser is set to "Show All", when the project is selected?
- And if yes, have you checked for invisible filters with the "Double double reverse Caggiano", see Frank Caggiano's User tip:
- Images not appearing in browser, search filter is cleared
If there are invisible images and they are not hidden, it also might be a permissions problem. You mention reparing the Library. Did you also repair the permissions in the library or make a file system check on the disk that contains your Aperture Library? If your Aperture library is on the system drive you can only repair the file system from the utilities panel after booting into "Recovery" mode.
Kirby Krieger wrote:
Did you try to create a new Project and then move all the Images from the bad Project to the new Project? Sometimes it's just the wrapper that's corrupt.
Couldn't find any images to copy unfortunately. Problem was filter (see above) Thanks.