4 Replies Latest reply: Nov 24, 2012 7:41 AM by mende1
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I have been running Aperture 3.3.1 for months (and using Aperture since v3.0) on OS-X 10.7.5 (and a few previous versions) without a hiccup. In a comedy of errors a couple nights ago while trying to AirPlay a project on my Apple TV, I launched iPhoto instead of iTunes and fell for the request to update iPhoto. That update in turn asked to update my library which I unfortunately approved. Now when launching Aperture I get the following warning:

 

Aperture library warning.jpg

 

Opening Aperture by holding the Option and Command keys while clicking on the library file works and I have tried all three options (permissions, repair and rebuild), but Aperture still won't open from the dock. The images I displayed with AirPlay were added after the iPhoto update fiascso, so if I restore from Time Machine those edits will be lost. At this point that isn't sounding so bad. Am I down to that as my best option? Thanks.