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1 DUCKS 2 Level 1 (20 points)

I just upgraded to 3.2 and every time I crop on a vertical image the default crop is a horizontal crop. Having to click the flip button and then resize the crop larger thousands of times is not going to work for me. Any ideas?


Octo Mac Pro, i5 MBP, 2.16 MBP, G5 Dual 1.8 (PCI-x), 400 Mhz TiBook, Mac OS X (10.6.4)
  • lewisllk Level 1 (0 points)

    Same problem here, and the top part of the image is not displaying probably while it's in crop mode.

  • Kirby Krieger Level 6 (12,510 points)

    Same here as far as orientation.  My images are displaying properly.

     

    There is a separate cropping issue which I will put in a new topic.

     

    Feedback:  "Aperture→Provide Aperture Feedback".

  • 1 DUCKS 2 Level 1 (20 points)

    It seems as though those of us having cropping issues are on Snow Leopard yes? Would there be a preference file we could delete or something? I'm grasping at straws but I need to process thousands of images in the next week. Ugh, I hate that my workflow is so tied to a single program...

  • Kirby Krieger Level 6 (12,510 points)

    1 DUCKS 2 wrote:

    It seems as though those of us having cropping issues are on Snow Leopard yes? Would there be a preference file we could delete or something? I'm grasping at straws but I need to process thousands of images in the next week. Ugh, I hate that my workflow is so tied to a single program...

    Your best bet -- imho -- is to revert to your backups and let others teethe through the first batch of splinters.

  • Frank Caggiano Level 7 (25,722 points)

    Seeing the same thing. Sent feedback off a few minutes ago.

     

    At least we're not in the same boat as the folks in the other thread

  • jlophoto Level 1 (5 points)

    Yep... seeing the same issue.

     

    SnowLion 10.6.8/Aperture 3.2

     

    -- Jeff

  • AJPhoto Level 1 (0 points)

    Having same issue on MacBook Pro with 10.7.2 horizontal crop and missing top of image.

    On Mac Pro 10.6.8 just the horizontal crop issue

  • josegegundez Level 1 (0 points)

    i have the same issue, mac os lion 10.7.2 and aperture 3.2, but i think aperture is faster than 10.7.1 and aperture 3.1.3.

  • Joshua Morganstein Level 1 (90 points)

    Same problem.  10.6.8 and started having this after upgrade to 3.2.  It says this is for Lion and iOS5 issues, who the hecked messed with the cropping in the software upgrade code #%@!

  • 1 DUCKS 2 Level 1 (20 points)

    I noticed the crop proportions are listed properly on vertical images when the tool is selected but then when you hit the flip button to get the tool to correctly crop vertically the proportions flip to backwards! As in the width is listed as larger than the height despite it being a vertical crop. Am I losing it or isn't that backwards? Pretty ticked off that I'm having to do this on literally hundreds of images just today alone. Please everyone post feedback on this. So far it looks like it's on either Snow Leopard or Lion. http://www.apple.com/feedback/aperture.html

  • nedwin Level 1 (0 points)

    I've got two machines. A mac Pro and a Macbook Pro. Both run 10.6.8.

    Both upgraded to Aperture 3.2 yesterday. Both will not crop correctly. The straighten tool and the cropping tool behave 'erratically'. The problem is worse with portrait shaped images. This does need a fix ... quickly.

  • p-bux Level 1 (10 points)

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  • p-bux Level 1 (10 points)

    Getting the exact same here (see above). Master Aspect is all over the place too. Apple dont you let actual photographers test your software? Put me on the Beta team as I seem to find them ALL!

     

    Pro software? I don't think so.

     

    This is going to really hinder my next two wedding edits. Shall I tell the Bride and Groom to invoice you guys for the extra time editing?

     

    Every upgrade causes issues, not good at all...

     

    Lion 10.7.2 / Ap 3.2

  • Kirby Krieger Level 6 (12,510 points)

    Use "Aperture→Provide Aperture Feedback" to send feedback (including questions and complaints) to Apple.  Whining here has no positive effect; sending feedback to Apple might -- and it provides a service to your fellow Aperture users.

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