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In the Edit-Preferences there is a setting to view the Newest photos within each day first when the Arrangemment By date is Newest. Checking this setting will show you the newest photos within each day when the Arrangemment By date is Newest.Hope this helps.
I have the Photo Well view on newest first but I cannot get the collections to offer reorder arrangement to newest first......it only offers oldest first and now all my collections view oldest first and I don't want it that way....how do I get each collection to view newest first?
How are you trying to do this? If I click on the bottom left, I can flip
images around quite easily.
TOPIC- DATE AND TIME ON ALL MY PHOTOS IS INACCURATE.
HOW DOES ONE MANUALLY DATE/TIME PHOTOS IN
'ADOBE STARTER EDITION 3.2 IN THE ALBUM ?
I'VE CLICKED AND DOUBLE CLICKED ALL OVER THE CATALOG PAGE CONTAINING ALL MY PICTURES BUT I CAN'T FIND A WAY TO RE-DATE/TIME EACH INDIVIDUAL PICTURE.
ALSO, IN VERSION 3.0, I WAS ABLE TO CLICK AND DRAG ANY PICTURE ON THE PAGE TO ARRANGE IT INTO SPECIFIC 'GROUPS' ON THE CATALOG SCREEN/PAGE REGARDLESS OF ITS DATE/TIME. NOW, ALL MY PICTUES ARE
RANDOMLY SCRAMBLED AND NOT IN THE ORDER/ARRANGEMENT I FORMERLY HAD -IN 3.0.
PLEASE HELP. MANY THANKS.
DAN CAMMAROTO NOVEMBER 12, 2007
Can you confirm that your camera is set to the proper date. I can't see
this happening on my computer. If you find that the camera is okay, then
you can still adjust the time and date with Ctrl-J or Edit Adjust Date
I think the arrangements you are referring to are collections. They
still exist in 3.2.
Oh... could just not use all caps. It's hard on the eyes. Thanks.
May 23, 2008
Dear Mr. Jutte AND Adobe (-Apologies for the lack of exact and proper spelling of your name, sir).
Thank you for your attempt at coming to my assistance. I only just now discovered it.
At this time I'd like to say that I sent a polite message to Adobe some time ago to kindly remove my name -and confidential inquiry- from Google/Internet. In all innocence, I had no idea whatsoever that my -what I thought was confidential- correspondence would show up for all the world to see. Obviously, my request has been disregarded and denied which displeases me.
Perhaps someone representing Adobe can point out to me why, despite my request for deletion, my request has been ignored / disregarded despite what their (overlooked, by me) "terms" might have stipulated. Exceptions are always possible, aren't they -at very least, out of common courtesy.
While I very much appreciate the Adobe product line and my use of some of it, I, nonetheless, remain a tad disenchanted.
I've discontinued my use of Adobe Photoshop as I've found it to be unreliable and cumbersome. (I.E., When my system crashed in March most, if not all, of my content was able to be reconstituted- everything EXCEPT my Adobe photoshop image collection). It was fun while it lasted, but I've determined it's only folly to invest time and effort in an application that lacks the ability to be 'saved' or salvaged. Thanks, anyway, Adobe. Perhaps 'free-ware' is not such a good deal or great idea after all.
As concerns the INTRUSIVE AND TAXING IMPOSITION my use of 'caps' proved to be on your eyes, I apologize, Mr. Jutte. It shall not happen again. You are/were truly saintly to have endured what you went through in order to attempt to come to my assistance. I'm sure the good lord will reward you. Thanks, again. Dan
P.S.- Please do not reply, Mr. Jutte.