My sister and brother in law recently made the leap to running a tea room and antiques store in Kent, called Where Memories Meet. If you’re in the Maidstone / Kent area, please drop by for an afternoon tea, cream tea or cakes and leisurely browse the beautiful antiques!
It’s tip time!
Sync your iPhone a few times incorrectly and you may end up with a mass of stubborn photos that just won’t ‘delete after syncing’ to iPhoto.
Over time this could become a huge collection of photos gobbling up precious storage space on your device, and this juggernaut of photos becomes far too many to erase by hand. You would already have these photos in iTunes and when it asks if you want to delete after import it will never select these because they have already been imported. You’ll have identical photos in iPhoto and your phone, but you can’t get the pics off your phone.
Fix this with these steps:
- Open Image Capture
- Check “delete after import”
- Drag and drop all items to a folder
- Import into iPhoto, telling it to ignore duplicates
- Clean-up the now unneeded items
I was a bit frustrated when i upgraded to Xcode 4.3 and we started getting a SenTestCase symbol not found compiler error.
A very useful comment by “Daniel” gave me the solution:
The key is the Build Setting “Framework Search Paths”. It needs to contain the following values, in this order: