How do I import a migrated Aperture library from Apple Photos to Lightroom?

I am a little late to migrate to Lightroom. I was an iPhoto user, then an Aperture user, and when Apple killed Aperture, I switched to Apple Photos. I regret my decision.

Apple Photos does not meet my requirements and I want to switch to Lightroom. I also want to get as much organizational information (ratings, keywords, metadata, labels, faces) as possible. I think that's possible with Adobe plugins iPhoto → Lightroom and Aperture → LightroomBut as far as I can tell, Adobe did not create an import plug-in for Apple Photos. Fortunately, I still have access to my old Aperture library before I migrated it to Apple Photos.

Can you help me to put together an import plan that optimizes the amount of organizational data stored? These are the resources available to me:

  1. Aperture Library 1.aplibrary (7.3 MB), which I only include for the sake of completeness. It is created and last opened Timestamps are six minutes apart two years ago. Its existence seems to be consistent with the experiences of other users.
  2. Aperture Library 2.migratedaplibrary (118.41 GB) born of my unimaginability Aperture → Photos Migration and seems to be actively modified by photos, but is still readable by Aperture. The Aperture → Lightroom Plug-in does not want to import .migratedaplibrary; it wants one .aplibrary, I tried to just rename it Aperture Library 2.aplibrary, and the plugin did not like either.
  3. iPhoto Library.photolibrary (7.4 MB), which I only include for the sake of completeness. It is created and last opened Timestamps are six minutes apart two years ago.
  4. Photos Library.photoslibrary (73.45 GB), the main file used by photos every day.
  5. A Backup Folder with Aperture Reference Image Files (195 GB)

Usually, I can tell from the size of each library where my photos are located. But since Apple Photos stores so much in the iCloud, I can not be sure. I have not downloaded all the originals to my iMac, but I can.

I imagine the best result would be to import my old Aperture library (with metadata), import my current Photo Library (photos only), and magically deduplicate between them. I imagine that's just a mess. The details scare me and I am not sure if I can massage my migrated Aperture so that it is suitable for use with Adobe Aperture → Lightroom Import plug-in.

Can I filter a list view web part based on the ID of an Asset Library property item?

SP OnPrem 2016:

In other applications, I have successfully joined list forms and list view Web Parts to filter the results by ID. The concept is pretty simple.

Now I have to do the same thing, but use an Asset Library property element as the source of the ID. From the list view, when I try: Connections - Get Filter Values From - My Assets Library, the "Configure Connections" Box appears but it is empty and I can not do anything. There are no options to choose from.

I tried the same thing in reverse order, starting with the Asset Library form and setting up the connection. I get the same results.

Same results in Chrome and IE11.

When I set up a QueryString filter, the connection process works but does not resolve my specific situation.

I think there is a limitation in connecting List View Web Parts to Asset Libraries, or perhaps to any type of Document Library.

Can anybody confirm this?

Any ideas?

thanks

How do I import a migrated Aperture library to Lightroom?

I am a little late to migrate to Lightroom. I was an iPhoto user, then an Aperture user, and when Apple killed Aperture, I switched to Apple Photos. I regret my decision.

Apple Photos does not meet my requirements and I want to switch to Lightroom. I also want to get as much organizational information (ratings, keywords, metadata, labels, faces) as possible. I think that's possible with Adobe plugins iPhoto → Lightroom and Aperture → LightroomBut as far as I can tell, Adobe did not create an import plug-in for Apple Photos. Fortunately, I still have access to my old Aperture library before I migrated it to Apple Photos.

Can you help me to put together an import plan that optimizes the amount of organizational data stored? These are the resources available to me:

  1. Aperture Library 1.aplibrary (7.3 MB), which I only include for the sake of completeness. It is created and last opened Timestamps are six minutes apart two years ago. Its existence seems to be consistent with the experiences of other users.
  2. Aperture Library 2.migratedaplibrary (118.41 GB) born of my unimaginability Aperture → Photos Migration and seems to be actively modified by photos, but is still readable by Aperture. The Aperture → Lightroom Plug-in does not want to import .migratedaplibrary; it wants one .aplibrary, I tried to just rename it Aperture Library 2.aplibrary, and the plugin did not like either.
  3. iPhoto Library.photolibrary (7.4 MB), which I only include for the sake of completeness. It is created and last opened Timestamps are six minutes apart two years ago.
  4. Photos Library.photoslibrary (73.45 GB), the main file used by photos every day.
  5. A Backup Folder with Aperture Reference Image Files (195 GB)

Usually, I can tell from the size of each library where my photos are located. But since Apple Photos stores so much in the iCloud, I can not be sure. I have not downloaded all the originals to my iMac, but I can.

I imagine that the best result is to import my old Aperture library (with metadata), to import my current Photo Library (photos only), and to deduplicate between them in a magical way. I imagine that's just a mess. The details scare me and I am not sure if I can massage my migrated Aperture so that it is suitable for use with Adobe Aperture → Lightroom Import plug-in.

itunes – Why are "Music Videos" and "TV & Movies" displayed as library options in the Apple Music App in macOS Catalina?

I find that strange: I understand that Apple has outdated and discontinued iTunes in macOS Catalina, and the logic of managing everything with a single app – music, apps, videos, podcasts, books, and so on – has become a confusing thing.

That's why I was confused when I discovered that the Apple Music app – which is supposed to be music – has library menu options for "music videos" and "TV & Movies". Screenshot below:

The sidebar of the music library in macOS Music.

If you check in the Apple TV equivalent, there are some other hidden elements – like "rental" and "home videos" – but they do not seem out of place:

The sidebar of the Apple TV library.

What the hell are the library options "Music Videos" and "TV & Movies"? Are you just coding bugs / leftovers from Apple developers who are dealing with the issue of splitting the iTunes library? Or do they serve a real purpose? Because I assure you that all my videos are accessible in my Apple TV setup without any problems.

codenameone – Dynamic iOS library .framework in the native surface of codename One

I need to use a dynamic iOS .framework library codenamed One, but I have not found any instructions.

The developer's guide (section: https://www.codenameone.com/manual/advanced-topics.html#_bundling_native_ios_sdk) has the following tips, but they do not seem to work:

Locate the "Binary" file inside the framework and copy it to the native / ios directory. Rename it to libXXX.a (where XXX is the name of the binary file).

Copy all .h files from the framework to your native / ios directory.

Update all #import statements in the #import format headers to simply import "FileName.h".

This does not work if the *.framework Contains no static library, but a dynamic (as suggested in the answers to creating a static library from an existing framework in iOS).

Before iOS 8 all .framework Files contained only static libraries, but as of iOS 8 developers can create dynamic frameworks (see https://stackoverflow.com/a/15331319/1277576).

sharepoint designer – 2013 Workflow is not executed if the option "Update workflow status automatically to the current level name" is deactivated in the document library

SP 2016 OnPrem:

I'm using an API to do a custom upload to my document library. After the first upload, my script collects basic information about the user to set default values ​​and update the document properties. The article is uploaded almost immediately and saved a second time. After that I will immediately open the document properties so that the user can add more details, all within the same process. I have set a 2013 workflow to run on update so it fires on second save.

This causes a conflict error when trying to save the document properties for the third time (in the UI). (While I opened the document properties, the workflow was running in the background.) It's the same problem described here: Document properties can not be saved when workflow is enabled

I can work around this by disabling the "Automatically update workflow status to the current level name" option in the workflow. This prevents the conflict, but also prevents my workflow from being triggered on this UI backup.

I've checked the end date in the workflow history, and I'm sure it will not run on the third save. However, when I close the document properties, reopen and save, the workflow is triggered.

So the problem has something to do with uploading via API, updating via API, and opening the document properties in the UI at one go.

It makes sense why the conflict would occur, but not why the workflow will not run if I disable this option.

Any advice?

thanks

csom – Force the file naming convention in a folder in a document library SharePoint Online

SharePoint Online specific.

I wanted to know if it's possible to enforce filename conventions at the folder or subfolder level in a document library.

For example, I have a document library called "Documents" with many subfolders. I want to enforce a specific file naming convention for all Word (docx) files that are uploaded to a Legal folder, such as a folder. "Document_Name_Department_MMYYYY".

Then similar to another filename convention in the IT folder, and so on.

I've found a site that explains how to do this with the CSOM (https://www.tatvasoft.com.au/blog/how-to-implement-remote-event-receiver-in-sharepoint-online /).

Does anyone know if this is possible with JS, No-Code, Azure or Flow? Basically an alternative, instead of the CSOM example above.

Thank you so much!

Library with terms for the user interface (interactions and designs)

I'm studying interaction design (about a Swedish university), so I'm having some trouble finding it English Terms for different interactions and interface designs. Terms like Lightbox Popup and Modal Overlays.

A few days ago I miserably failed to describe a feature on Amazon (it must have been an A / B test now). After you put an item into the shopping cart, a window is displayed from the right, which shows what happens in the basket and with a button to navigate to the checkout page.

* How would I call such a function?


Q. What I really want to ask is whether you know a library where I can find a list of terms and explanations for different types of interactions like these.

Licensing – using the GPL library in a closed system (no software distribution)

I'm developing a software that comes preinstalled on a headless PC. The user sees the "output" of the software processing (sent with a specific protocol over Ethernet) and can configure some parameters of the running app via the web interface.

The application has proprietary processing code, uses third-party libraries (closed, precompiled libraries under BDS license to use third-party hardware) and some LGPL libraries that are dynamically linked. To view / stream the mentioned web interface, we would like to use a GPL library.

How will this affect the rest of the software licensing?

I've read several topics about it, and here's something similar. The main difference in my opinion is that the poster publishes an image of a virtual machine that the user can install and use on their PC while actually giving the user a "black box".

The linked thread mentions the AGPL license, which in our case probably puts all the software under the AGPL. But it looks like the GPL would not do it if I got it right. Or rather, the GPL says that software running on a server is not affected by the license (right?). This actually seems to be the case. But we do not really have a server running the app in our office, for example, and users connect to it. We actually sell those servers that users will have in their office (actually on their machines), although they can not do anything except access the Web Interface and collect expenses.

To give you a particularly simplified example, let's say we're selling a thermostat with a UI built using a GPL library. What about the underlying software that controls the room temperature and manages the hot water tank? And what about third-party closed libraries?

.net – Store emails from Outlook Online in the SharePoint library via an AddIn

I have to send one or more selected e-mail (s) to Outlook via an add-in. I need it to work with the Outlook client app as well as Outlook Online. I've put together a simple VSTO plug-in in the Outlook client app that works, but I'd like to do this now via an add-in.

I've gone through this tutorial to save email attachments to OneDrive, which has similar features. Attachments to OneDrive Git

I like the functionality and want to save emails in SharePoint in the same way.

Does anyone have a good tutorial for that? Or a reference for the libraries? I'll post my progress to others as soon as I'm done. I just could not find exactly what I was looking for.