The thing is, I don’t rotate my vertical images in-camera; I rotate my camera instead. That way I have a much bigger picture to view on an already too small LCD screen.
So when Apple announced they had a new version of iPhoto 5 to download that fixed this problem, I went back to editing Mac DevCenter articles. I didn’t really see the need to download a 41MB file to correct a problem that didn’t affect me. Plus, there’s always the risk of introducing new troubles that I don’t currently have.
For example, one contributor on MacFixIt wrote that the color correction problem came back with the update. (MacFixIt commented that he could correct the problem by rebuilding his library — OPT-CMD on application start up.) I doubt that the color correction problem reoccurs for most users, but it’s precisely the thing I dread with non-essential updates.
So my question to you is: Have you updated to iPhoto 5.0.4? And if so, how is it going?
To update or not to update?