Apple recommends to rebuild the Aperture Library before upgrading to Aperture 3.3 and converting to the new format. If you have not done so, I'd start the trouble shooting with the "Aperture 3 Library First Aid Tools", and head right for the "Rebuild Database" option. How to do this is pointed out in the
that Frank Caggiano pointed to. Good luck!
Seriously? Apple "recommends to rebuild" before upgrading? Then why the heck don't they tell you that before the bouncing icon says "You have upgrades waiting"?? Or include a popup when first starting the app asking if you want to rebuild the database because its recommended?
Tried doing a database repair. That didn't help.
Next I'll try the database rebuild.
Or include a popup when first starting the app asking if you want to rebuild the database because its recommended?
Good idea. But you could have looked at the Aperture 3.3 Release Notes before upgrading.
I hope the Rebuild will work. It worked for most posters here.
That's a pretty obnoxious, blame-the-victim comment.
I am not blaming you - sorry if it sounded like that. Really, I only discovered the information accidentally down at the bottom of the page I pointed to. You are right, usually you do not expect major changes between updates, if only the number behind the decimal point changes.
But it is really not safe to update any software without reading the release notes - with some updates you may lose functionality you may need.