Apple releases iPhoto 9.1.1; adds new email options to iPhoto ‘11

Apple today released iPhoto 9.1.1 which adds new email options to iPhoto ’11. It also improves overall stability and addresses a number of other minor issues.

Specific fixes include:
• Adds a preference allowing photos to be emailed using an external email application
• Adds “Classic” and “Journal” themes to email.
• Photos attached to an email can now be sized to Small, Medium or Large
• Improves reliability when upgrading a library from an earlier version of iPhoto
• iPhoto now correctly preserves the sort order of Events after upgrading a library
• Event titles displayed in headers can now be edited in Photos view
• Addresses a problem that could cause duplicate photos to be added to a MobileMe album
• Scrolling overlay now correctly displays ratings when photos are sorted by rating
• Photos are now sorted correctly when a rating is changed and photos are sorted by rating
• Fixes a problem that could cause text formatting controls to become inaccessible when editing a calendar

The update is recommended for all users of iPhoto ’11.

iPhoto 9.1.1 is available via Software Update and also via standalone installer.

More info and download link (69.02 MB) here.

15 Comments

  1. Can’t wait to install this. Does classic mean that I’ll have the option of e-mailing photos as useful seperately dragable photos so they can be used as we see fit, instead of the group being stuck together? I hated that.

  2. Yes, you can. What they did now is, in addition to those fancy templates, added the ‘Classic’ template, which pretty much does exactly what they old one did: you get an empty body of an e-mail message, with your images attached (embedded) individually at the end, in a size of your choice (Optimized, large, medium, small, original). THe only difference between the old iPhoto 09 and the new (11) is that it doesn’t launch your ‘Mail’ application, but instead creates the new message from within iPhoto.

    Other templates still do the old thing: create a single big image with a collage of your selected pictures, with the attached ZIP file, containing originals in the size of your choice. My wife gave up e-mailing pictures because the images in the collage were just way too small, and nobody she knows could figure out what to do with those ZIP files (luddites, I know, but that’s the point). She can start e-mailing again now.

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