7 Replies Latest reply: Nov 20, 2012 4:41 PM by Aye Es Oh
chadders Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)

Yesterday I created a new Photo Share project shared on the web with 60 pics in it. Today I deleted the 60 images from the Photo Share and replaced them with 60 other images from the Library. When I now view the web shared web page (via Phto Share) the resulting webpage shows the photos created today and those created yesterday (under a dated heading). Is there anyway I can remove the old images from the website? I only want to display the new set - rather than have the old set archived to the dated section.

 

Is this usual behaviour under Phot Share (in the Web section)?

 

Thanks,

 

Chris


iMac (intel), MacBook Air, Mac OS X (10.6.2)
  • 1. Re: Is this normal Photo Share behaviour with Aperture 3.4.3?
    Aye Es Oh Level 2 Level 2 (330 points)

    Not so far as I can tell. I just tried to delete the photos from a Photo Share album with a website and add a different set of photos back to the album, and it worked just fine. The previous images were gone and were replaced with the new set of images, in both Aperture and on the website.

     

    I'm not sure why your Photo Share isn't working correctly, but you could try deleting your preferences or seeing if it works in a different album.

  • 2. Re: Is this normal Photo Share behaviour with Aperture 3.4.3?
    chadders Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)

    What happens if you simply update one or two fo the exisitng photos in the Photo Share Album? Do they show up in a new time stamped section above your other pictures on the website?

     

    i.e. I have 10 pics in a Photos Share Album. I edit two. Now the page shows a section at the top time stamped 10.00pm (2 Photos) and underneath is a time stampled section showing 09.00pm (10 Photos).

     

    That is what is happening for me.

     

    I am just trying to see if it is related to "deleteing" or simply "editing" images

     

    Chris

  • 3. Re: Is this normal Photo Share behaviour with Aperture 3.4.3?
    Aye Es Oh Level 2 Level 2 (330 points)

    I'm not sure what you mean by "Photo Share Album". Are you creating a Web Page or a Web Journal in Aperture? Or are you using Flickr or Facebook? I was using a shared Photo Stream, which doesn't have timestamps.

     

    If you have 10.8.2, you might want to use a shared Photo Stream, which apparently doesn't have the issues you're running into.

  • 4. Re: Is this normal Photo Share behaviour with Aperture 3.4.3?
    chadders Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)

    Here are three images to illustrate.

     

    Image 1: The Photo Share Album I am using (with images ahown) - notice position in Library Photo Stream in WEB section.

     

    Screen Shot 2012-11-20 at 18.30.50.png

    Image 2 - Time Stamp Section showing selection of Original 60 photos - ntoice time stamp at top of web page.

    Screen Shot 2012-11-20 at 18.31.16.png

    Image 3 - Time Stamp showing 24 phtos edited from original set but now showing in new time stamped section above originals. So impossible to delete orginals andreplace with new set.

     

    Screen Shot 2012-11-20 at 18.31.47.png

     

    Seems odd behaviour to me...

     

    c.

  • 5. Re: Is this normal Photo Share behaviour with Aperture 3.4.3?
    phosgraphis Level 2 Level 2 (295 points)

    What is "Photo Share"??

     

    Are you talking about Shared Photostreams?

     

    And the first image in your post didn't make it. (Images now have to be inserted in the reply using the camera button...linked or embedded images are no longer allowed).

  • 6. Re: Is this normal Photo Share behaviour with Aperture 3.4.3?
    chadders Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)

    Yes, I am talking Shared Photostreams.

     

    Here is the image

     

    Screen Shot 2012-11-20 at 18.30.50.png

     

    c.

  • 7. Re: Is this normal Photo Share behaviour with Aperture 3.4.3?
    Aye Es Oh Level 2 Level 2 (330 points)

    Okay, now I see what you're talking about, sorry I didn't see it before.

     

    Yes, if I upload an adjusted version of an existing image, then delete the version that I first uploaded, the timestamp is updated on the deleted images, but they aren't actually deleted on the Shared Photo Stream. Then, with subsequent deletes from the same Shared Photo Stream, it applies the previous change you made, but doesn't apply the most recent change.

     

    Very interesting. Definitely looks like a bug, you might want to send feedback to Apple on this: http://www.apple.com/feedback/aperture.html