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Yes, that was the killer for me, and I was having a hard time permanently deleting photos, so I just trashed the first library (it was an import from Aperture that is huge!) and started fresh with a new blank one. I will just use it to sync the iPad and iPhone photos and nothing else (see long winded post above!) But I do agree that was the very worst part of the new app!! 
I agree, I was using Aperture to import photos from my Olympus DSLR. I have many projects for clients that I was using Aperture to organize and retouch. I also liked that I could send photos to Pixelmator (or Photoshop) right from Aperture, and I could choose which photos to add to the iCloud photo library. The new Photos App, on top of the retouching being much less powerful, at this point doesn't export to an external app, I can't see a way to limit which photos are...
I have also that typing lag problem on my MacPro (2009 quad core) it is very annoying!  I haven't  updated yet so I don't know if it got fixed
 I totally agree, I have never bought a Samsung product, they were just not on my radar. But now they are as someone to avoid at all costs. People who don't care about ripoffs and only care about how cheaply they can get a product will continue to support them unfortunately.
 You misread my post. Pixelmator doesn't have a skin smoothing tool, Aperture does. Photoshop has a healing brush, I have tried may of those tools in Photoshop, but mostly used the cloning tool so I don't remember what each brush is called, I have worked in Photoshop since about '92. But Aperture's skin smoothing brush is perfect for touch ups and does a better job than the Photoshop healing/touch-up brushes I have used.
I use Pixelmator and Aperture together, you can send files between the two. Pixelmator for layers and effects, Aperture for photo retouching (the skin smoothing tool is a favorite of my clients and works much better than whatever is the Photoshop equivalent) Aperture can also export in CMYK, that Pixelmator doesn't. For under $100 I have all of my Photoshop needs covered. And instead of Flash and Fireworks I use Hype. So no more Adobe Photoshop drugs for me, even at the...
I have to disagree, I have several tanks of fish and goldfish have MORE charisma than Kutcher in that scene.
I saw a trailer for this movie a while ago, and that was pretty much it!  No way will I waste time watching this movie, even for free. 
  Maybe that is true for some things and for some people, I haven't seen it so I can't say if I would like the Wall or not.   Jony Ives is a fantastic designer for the clean and smooth lines of the hardware where less is more. The icons were okay to me, what really put me off was how white everything was, like the mail app. Just stark and empty. Several Apps had that look, I can't remember which ones, so none of them stood out to me. I liked the functionality of the...
Interesting thought, most likely not. Though one can hope   Of course not, he is a designer, why should he? The answer is... he shouldn't to a point. If the majority of users thinks your design totally sucks, it is time to listen up.
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