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iPhoto - Photo preview goes blank when selecting or editing a photo

Posted on 2013-10-23
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in iPhoto 11 (9.1.4), when either selecting a photo to preview or attempting to edit, it dissappears and leaves me with a blank preview. no borders or exclamation points. just nothing. original  images are all still in their original locations.

permission issue? i can't find anything online like this.
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Question by:jerlejeune
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by:bbao
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ever tried to update iPhoto? the latest version is now 9.23 for Snow Leopard and 9.4.1 for Lions.

iPhoto 9.2.3: http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1514
iPhoto 9.4.1: http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1598
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updated and the problem no longer exists.
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by:bbao
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> updated and the problem no longer exists.

if the problem no long exists after updating the program as instructed above, the question should be considered answered rather than to be deleted.
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by:jerlejeune
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this was a solid fix, however i am not sure it directly tackled the actual problem. not complaining! promise. thanks for the assistance.
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