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8.28 The Web dialog allows you to set how often Aperture checks for updates to a MobileMe Gallery album, among other things.
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8.29 The MobileMe Gallery Album Settings sheet lets you adjust your album s settings after you create your album.
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To remove a MobileMe Gallery Album, select it in the Library Inspector and choose File Delete MobileMe Album.
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In the past few years, Facebook has exploded from a private social-networking site with its membership limited to select colleges into one of the most trafficked sites on the Web. Everyone and his or her Uncle Bob seem to have a profile. Aperture 3 provides direct Facebook integration, which lets you directly publish your images to Facebook rather than using Facebook s clunky image uploader.
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The first time you go to export your images to Facebook, you need to set up access to your Facebook account from within Aperture. Start by selecting a group of images to share.
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Choose File Share Facebook. Aperture asks if you want to set up access to your Facebook account. Click the Set Up button. Type your login e-mail and password in the Facebook Login sheet that appears, as shown in Figure 8.30. To have Aperture store your Facebook information, select the Keep me logged in to Aperture Uploader check box. If you don t have a Facebook account, click the Sign up for Facebook link at the bottom left of this sheet to create an account.
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8.30 The Facebook Login sheet is where you log in and set up Aperture s access to your Facebook account.
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Click Login. Click Close, assuming you entered your login correctly. Otherwise, address any errors that Aperture displays in the sheet. After clicking Close, Aperture displays a new sheet that lets you actually publish your images to Facebook.
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The first steps to publishing your images are the same as setting up Facebook access within Aperture select your images (or an item in the Library Inspector) and choose File Share Facebook. As long as you set Aperture to store your Facebook login information, you ll go directly to the New Facebook Album sheet. Otherwise, you need to log in as described in the previous section. In the New Facebook Album sheet that appears, as shown in Figure 8.31, type a name for your album and select whom it should be visible to. We recommend choosing Friends of Friends or Only Friends rather than Everyone to help protect your privacy. Click Publish to send your images to Facebook. Aperture displays a progress wheel next to your album s name under the Facebook group in the Library Inspector.
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8.31 In the New Facebook Album sheet, you can type a name for your album name and determine your privacy settings.
Just like with MobileMe albums, add or remove images from your Facebook album within Aperture and then click the Publish button next to your album s name, as shown in Figure 8.32, in the
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Library Inspector to send your changes to Facebook. To delete an album, select it in the Library Inspector and choose File Facebook Album. When you select your Facebook album in the Library Inspector, its contents look a lot like a normal album except there s a Facebook pop-up menu in the tool strip. This pop-up has commands to adjust your album s settings or to open the album in your Web browser. This Settings dialog is nearly identical to the one in Figure 8.31 that you used to set up your album, but there s also a Remove Account from Aperture button. Clicking this logs you out of Facebook (from within Aperture) and removes all information about your Facebook account from Aperture. Delete
8.32 Select your Facebook album in the Library Inspector to see its contents, and click the Publish button to send your changes to Facebook.