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Afraid this doesn't help. My problem is that when I go into "custom" in advanced mode, I'm unable to move the slider - all the options are frozen.
Can you tell me how to locate HD/Users?YourUsername/Library/Caches folder?
When I go to step 2, the folder is called "Caches", not Cache, & there is no folder com.apple.iPhoto. When I open iPhoto, I can't even access advanced mode now, & pix is still being cropped.
Yes, we did trash the plist file & the iPhoto is what came with mountain lion.
Well, I safe booted & nothing changed. Still cropping photos & the advanced mode has disappeared.
iphoto '11 version9.4.1 (701.67)
Select the photo and click the Edit button.
If the Quick Fixes tab (at the top of the Edit pane) isn’t selected, click it.
Click the Crop button.
Drag the selection window to enclose the area you want.
To crop to specific dimensions, select the Constrain checkbox, and then choose a size from the pop-up menu.
If you plan to use the photo in an iPhoto book, choose 4 x 3 (Book).
If you plan to use the photo as your desktop picture, choose Display to fit the photo to your computer screen.
To crop the photo to custom dimensions, choose Custom from the pop-up menu, and then type the dimensions.
To start over, click Reset.
Do one of the following:
To save your changes, click Done.
To leave crop view without saving your changes, press Escape (Esc).
To cancel all changes made during this edit session (in any of the Edit panes), click “Revert to Previous.”
The problem is not how to crop - the problem is that the photos are being cropped top and/or bottom automatically - I don't want them cropped.
Looks like that fixes the problem. Thank you.