14702 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Mar 30, 2009 1:46 PM by gert7
Welcome to the Apple user to user assistance forums
the key combination is command(alt)/option(apple)/escape
and it is important to figure out what the problem is - force quitting iPhoto (are any program) can lose data and in iPhoto's case if that data is the database information it can create problems with the library
You might post back with more details on what i going on
Some lines like:
30-03-09 22:03:18 /Applications/iPhoto.app/Contents/MacOS/iPhoto open on /Users/gert_MBP/Library/Application Support/iLifeSlideshow/Effects/Simple3DTransition.qtz: File exists
I just got rid of a Flickr-slideshow or what-is-it-called like and then my iPhoto wouldn't activate anymore. A Force-Quit and a restart and I'm able to do a normal 'quit' again!
Seems everything back to normal. No idea if it's related to Flickr. I saved the full console messages if you're interested.