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Improve iPhoto5 performance by setting thumbnail size
Authored by: jaysoffian on Feb 16, '05 12:10:13PM

Just found this. You can press "2" while in organize mode ... that appears to display the thumbnails w/o any scaling:

http://www.macfixit.com/article.php?story=20050210003611191

j.

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Not in the Help file for keyboard shortcuts
Authored by: jscotta on Feb 16, '05 02:35:40PM

Very interesting. Also, "1" will scale the selected photo to fill the current organize view. Pressing "0" will do the same thing as dragging the picture size slider all the way to the left and show as many pictures as possible in the view.

It is interesting that Apple does not document this in their help file.

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Not in the Help file for keyboard shortcuts
Authored by: r0n on Feb 22, '05 07:17:41AM
Actually you´ll find that shortcut in iPhoto´s help file (see shortcuts -> edit).
The "iPhoto Getting Started" document is not too bad though. It´s accessable through the help browser - or deep buried inside:

/Library/Documentation/Applications/iPhoto/iPhoto\ Getting\ Started.app/Contents/Resources/English.lproj/iPhoto\ Getting\ Started.pdf

However it´s just referring to "edit" mode and not mentioned in the "organize" section for some reason...
1 - Zoom in on photo so that one pixel on your display equals one pixel in the photo
2 - Zoom in on photo so that two pixels on your display equals one pixel in your photo
0 - Zoom out



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Improve iPhoto5 performance by setting thumbnail size
Authored by: DanFrakes on Feb 16, '05 02:49:35PM

For a better MacFixIt explanation:

http://www.macfixit.com/article.php?story=20050211013652912



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