0 Replies Latest reply: Feb 18, 2010 9:53 PM by Jason Sims
Jason Sims Level 2 Level 2 (180 points)
Just wondering if anyone else has figured out why Aperture 3 will only zoom in on four images at the same time.

In Aperture 2, I could select 12 images (the maximum number of images that can be shown in the viewer at once, at least on my display), then press 'Z' and it would zoom in on all 12. In Aperture 3, when zooming in, it now unselects all but four images (I have no idea how it decides which ones to drop, as it doesn't even seem to keep a contiguous selection), meaning it not only loses my selection, but now I can't compare more than four photos at the same time.

Why add this arbitrary limitation? Now it's just that much more tedious to go through a set of photos to identify which one is sharpest/cleanest. Hoping this is either some kind of oversight, or maybe I missed a setting for this somewhere, as this seems just plain silly to me.

MacBook Pro (Unibody, 15" 2.4 GHz), Mac OS X (10.6.2), 4 GB RAM