2 Replies Latest reply: Feb 1, 2012 1:35 PM by Koen van Dijken
Koen van Dijken Level 1 Level 1

Hi Forum,

 

This is another question on scripting Aperture:

 

"Is it possible to find out from AppleScript if adjustments have been applied to a master?"

 

Koen van Dijken

Solved by léonie on Feb 1, 2012 1:09 PM Solved

Hello Koen,

 

find out from AppleScript if adjustments have been applied to a master

What do mean by "adjustments aoolied to a master"? Aperture  never to changes a master - the master master is always the original.  If you mean - adjustments to image version - I don't think it is possible to find out if adjustments have been applied - the class image version has no corresponding properties.

 

 

Reards

Léonie

  • léonie Level 10 Level 10
    expertise.photosformac
    Photos for Mac

    Hello Koen,

     

    find out from AppleScript if adjustments have been applied to a master

    What do mean by "adjustments aoolied to a master"? Aperture  never to changes a master - the master master is always the original.  If you mean - adjustments to image version - I don't think it is possible to find out if adjustments have been applied - the class image version has no corresponding properties.

     

     

    Reards

    Léonie

  • Koen van Dijken Level 1 Level 1

    That is exactly what I mean. I know the master is not changed in any way. After adjustments versions are created.

     

    Thanks for your answer. I was already afraid it would not be possible, that's a pity.

     

     

    Koen