1 Reply Latest reply: Nov 11, 2012 1:48 AM by léonie
manuelfromsan diego Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

first i can't use it with aperture, it has been saying that it cannot access my information and that i have to check my login status even though i am logged in and review the information still it keeps sayingScreen Shot 2012-11-10 at 9.45.17 PM.pngand as you can see in this images i'm logged into my account even though it keeps telling me to review my status i don't know where else i can review my status or log information so anything would be awesome, if there is something kind of troubleshoot for icloud photostream or is this just me having this problem and one more thing photostream is aperently not affected on iphoto but i don't use iphoto nor i don't want to use it for photostream is there something i am missing because when i go into the Screen Shot 2012-11-10 at 10.10.23 PM.pngpreferences menu it doesn't allow me to check into that box even though i grey it out in the iphoto menu.

 

anything would be helpful i kinda have this OC syndrome going on and this thing really bugs me lol

Thanks

Manuel Ma

 

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iPad, iOS 5
  • 1. Re: I have been having troubles with photostream in aperture
    léonie Level 9 Level 9 (51,725 points)

    See: iCloud: Photo Stream Troubleshooting

    Your screenshots do not show, if you also edited the settings behind the "options" button  in the "System Preferences > iCloud" panel. Did you activate "My Photo Stream" in the PhotoStream options? Make sure that both the My Photo Stream and Shared Photo Streams checkboxes are selected.

     

    And is your network active, while you are trying to connect to the Photo Stream?

     

    BTW: Your screenshot shows your Apple ID email account. That is not safe.

     

    Did the Photo Stream images download to your Mac? You can view all your Photo Stream images in your User Library: The images are stored in the subfolders of

     

    ~/Library/Application Support/iLifeAssetManagement/assets/

     

     

    As you probably know, the User Library is hidden since Mac OS X Lion.

     

    You can reveal it from the Finder's "Go" menu in the main menu bar:

     

    Finder > Go

    Then hold down to options-key ⌥, until Library appears in the drop-down menu. Select it and open the Library, then navigate to the "Application Support" subfolder, then "iLifeAssetManagement", then "Assets".

     

    If all fails, copy and save all images you find there, then delete this folder, log off and log on, then try again.

     

     

    Regards

    Léonie