Imports no longer integrate with established catalog

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Davidghawkins
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Imports no longer integrate with established catalog

Post by Davidghawkins » 30 Nov 15 21:45

Problem appeared coincident with upgrade to new desktop computer, a 2015 27" iMac, and with upgrade to OSX 10.11.1. I moved everything over to the new computer using Apple's Migration Assistant app, which preserves all files and their interrelationships. I have two photolibraries, the primary one having dozens of folders and over 9,000 images.

Problem: Now when I import a folder with new images in it, it no longer goes into the existing catalog hierarchy of the photolibrary. Rather, PS starts a new catalog hierarchy right from the hard disk of the machine, containing a folder of the same name as the existing photolibrary. How do I make imports go into their proper place in the existing catalog hierarchy?

sanphotgn
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Re: Imports no longer integrate with established catalog

Post by sanphotgn » 30 Nov 15 22:05

See http://forum.idimager.com/viewtopic.php?f=57&t=23817.

Before beginning, see http://forum.idimager.com/viewtopic.php?f=57&t=23899 and the Mantis ticket referenced. Just in case.
Photo Supreme 3.3.0.2602 (64 bits) (Windows)

Davidghawkins
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Re: Imports no longer integrate with established catalog

Post by Davidghawkins » 01 Dec 15 3:19

Thanks, that solved the problem.

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