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iPhoto: Not Your Father's Photo Album Preference Options Align to grid Most recent at top Double-click Action Edit View Separate Win- dow Other What the Options Do With this option checked, your images remain aligned to the iPhoto grid. 68 When this checkbox is checked, the photos that you imported most recently appear at the top of the Content pane. With the Edit View option, when you double-click an image, it opens in the Edit mode. With the Separate Window option, when you double-click an image, it opens in a separate window in which you can view the image. When you choose Other and then use the Set button to choose an application, the image on which you double-click will open in the application that you select. For example, you might choose to double-click images to open them in another image editing application. Use this control to set the amount of time that each image appears on the screen when you click the Slide Show button located under the Source pane. With this checkbox checked, slideshows will continue to play until you stop them manually. Slide Show Play each slide for __ seconds Repeat slide show when fin- ished Music pop- up menu Choose the music that plays when you show a slideshow by using the Slide Show button located under the Source pane. You have several default pieces to choose from; you can use Other to select an MP3 file (the application looks in your iTunes music collection by default), or you can edit the list of songs by choosing Edit List. Building Your Digital Image Library Moving your images into iPhoto is a simple task, whether you are bringing them in from a camera or from image files that you have from other sources (such as images that you have scanned or that someone has emailed to you).