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Nikolai_G Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

I need to send all photos in one project from Aperture by e-mail arranged by version name. That is, all photos in the letter must be ordered by version name. When i use Share button Aperture generates an e-mail where the photos are mixed.

Does anyone know how to do it?


Aperture 3, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.4)
  • 1. Re: sharing photos by e-mail arranged by version name
    Ernie Stamper Level 8 Level 8 (37,475 points)

    I cannot replicate the issue.  Are version names and filenames the same?

     

    Ernie

  • 2. Re: sharing photos by e-mail arranged by version name
    Nikolai_G Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Yes, version names and filenames are the same.

    I want to show photos to a recipient from the beginning to the end. He does not know what the first picture, which second, and so on

  • 3. Re: sharing photos by e-mail arranged by version name
    Ernie Stamper Level 8 Level 8 (37,475 points)

    As tested here, I cannot replicate the issue.  The filename will determine, even to the point of overriding any other sort, such as rating.

     

    Not sure how to test to see what may be happening to you?

     

    Ernie

  • 4. Re: sharing photos by e-mail arranged by version name
    Nikolai_G Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Ho to simulate this situation

     

    1. There is a project. There are many photos in the project sorted by the vertion name (or filename).

    2. Select all photos in the project by pressing cmd+A.

    2. Push the button "Share" in the Toolbar and select "Email".

    3. Aperture will make new e-mail with many photos inside the letter. These photos will not be sorted by the version names. they will be mixed. and there is no possibility to arrange them manually in the letter

  • 5. Re: sharing photos by e-mail arranged by version name
    Ernie Stamper Level 8 Level 8 (37,475 points)

    That is precisely the situation I tested with, and did not experience the mixing, except the projects I tested with have far too many photos to add to one email.  I will look for another of my projects with fewer images to test with where I can select all the photos.

     

    Ernie  Addendum:  just found and tested with a Project with 11 photos.  Did a Select All, and then Share to Email, and the images contained in the email composition were exactly in same order as Version Name.

     

    Ernie

  • 6. Re: sharing photos by e-mail arranged by version name
    Kirby Krieger Level 6 Level 6 (11,945 points)

    A few things to try/consider:

     

    • When I do this, the files always are ordered by file name or by time (I didn't check which -- for my files these result in the same order)
    • You can rearrange anything in the body of an email message.  Select, then drag-and-drop.
    • You can "select all" in the body of the email message and "{right-click}➞View as Icon".  This makes seeing the filenames easier, and makes it easier to rearrange the files.
    • You can export the files to a Finder Folder, and then import them into a mail message.  This may make ordering the files the way you want them easier.
    • You can ask your recipient to save the files to a Finder Folder (or equivalent) and sort on file name and view them from the Finder (using Quick View).
    • You can export as a Web Gallery and send the Web Gallery to your recipient with instructions to double-click it.  This should open in their Web browser.

     

    HTH.

     

    --Kirby.

  • 7. Re: sharing photos by e-mail arranged by version name
    Nikolai_G Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

     

    unfortunately the photos mix in the body of the email message...

    probably my Aperture needs some additional adjustments...

     


    • You can "select all" in the body of the email message and "{right-click}➞View as Icon".  This makes seeing the filenames easier, and makes it easier to rearrange the files.

     

    Yes! when i do this i can see the filenames mixture: 3,5,8,1,2,6, etc instead of 1,2,3,4,5...

     

    • You can export the files to a Finder Folder, and then import them into a mail message.  This may make ordering the files the way you want them easier.
    • You can ask your recipient to save the files to a Finder Folder (or equivalent) and sort on file name and view them from the Finder (using Quick View).
    • You can export as a Web Gallery and send the Web Gallery to your recipient with instructions to double-click it.  This should open in their Web browser.

     

    yes, i know it. but it's less convenient for me

     

     

     


  • 8. Re: sharing photos by e-mail arranged by version name
    Nikolai_G Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    But in iPhoto all works correctly...

  • 9. Re: sharing photos by e-mail arranged by version name
    Nikolai_G Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    How it works in Aperture.

     

    Photos in the project.

     

     

     

    Снимок экрана 2013-08-21 в 23.15.24.png

     

    Photos in the bode of the e-mail message

     

    Снимок экрана 2013-08-21 в 23.16.39.png

  • 10. Re: sharing photos by e-mail arranged by version name
    Ernie Stamper Level 8 Level 8 (37,475 points)

    The problem, it would seem from my observation, is that numbers smaller than 10 will not sort correctly without having a zero in front of the single digit.  As in 1984-10 01, and not 1984-10 1.

     

    Ernie

  • 11. Re: sharing photos by e-mail arranged by version name
    Nikolai_G Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Yes i experimented a bit. Aperture sorts the photos correctly if they have zero in front of index. But if index more than than 9 and has zero in front of it (for example 010, 011, 012 etc) the photos will be mixed in a latter again.

     

    i suppose it is a bug?

  • 12. Re: sharing photos by e-mail arranged by version name
    Ernie Stamper Level 8 Level 8 (37,475 points)

    I do not see it as a bug, and would like to see similar screenshots to before of this latest mix up.  For an index more than 9, but less than 100, the correct form would be 01 through 09, followed by 10 through 99.  Your three digit example would seem to confuse this?

     

    Ernie

  • 13. Re: sharing photos by e-mail arranged by version name
    Nikolai_G Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    ок

     

    the project

     

    Снимок экрана 2013-08-22 в 20.44.07.png

     

    the letter, begining

     

    Снимок экрана 2013-08-22 в 20.45.27.png

     

     

    The letter, the end

     

    Снимок экрана 2013-08-22 в 20.45.47.png

  • 14. Re: sharing photos by e-mail arranged by version name
    Ernie Stamper Level 8 Level 8 (37,475 points)

    OK, your screenshots verify that the problem is of your own creation.  Adding the zero, but not keeping a consistent number of digits (even when leading with 0) in the index did nothing to change the original example.

     

    The first index should have been 01.  The tenth one should have been 10, and so forth.  If you were to want to use 3 digits, the first index would be 001, and the tenth would be 010.

     

    There is no problem in either Aperture nor Mail with what you have experienced -- merely your misunderstanding of using index numbers in any computer data base.

     

    Ernie

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