Currently Being ModeratedApr 21, 2013 10:34 PM (in response to lesyeuxheureux)
Besides sending feedback, try the "contact us" options on the Support page. http://www.apple.com/support/contact/
I just noticed - the maps in iPhoto are showing the Caspian sea, even if the Aperture maps ignore this sea. Would it be an option for you to open your Aperture library in iPhoto and to create your book there? If you have the latest iPhoto '11 in addition to Aperture, you can switch between iPhoto and Aperture from the File menu in both applications. Most options work very well, when switching between iPhoto and Aperture, see: Aperture 3.3: Using a unified photo library with iPhoto and Aperture; unfortunately books are not transferrable. You'd have to recreate the book from the album, or perhaps only recreate your map pages and export them as image files to use them with the Apeture:
Here is what the Caspian looks like in an iPhoto Book:
Could creating the maps in iPhoto be an option for you until this bug will be fixed? The map styles are very similar. And seeing that Aperture and iPhoto are sharing a lot of code, I have a lot of hope, that this bug will be fixed soon.
I'll send another bug report.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 24, 2013 9:33 AM (in response to léonie)
Thank you again for your help and for suggesting alternate solutions with the iPhoto workaround and the "contact us" option!
I was aware of sharing libraries between iPhoto and Aperture, but the layouts and maps are different in each and for consistency sake are not compatible.
Unfortunately, recreating the entire 100 page book (I have altered the templates and there is a lot of text as well as imagery) is not something I have the time or interest in doing...especially for one small (yet important) part.
Yes, a bug fix is neccessary, and I appreciate you sending another report.
I guess that I'll just have to put this on hold until then.
All the best,
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