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Chapter 3. Organizing Photos > Changing the Display Pane’s Layout

Changing the Display Pane’s Layout

One of iPhoto’s slickest features is the slider that enables you to change the size of the thumbnails in the display pane, but there are other things you can do to change the way the display pane looks.

To change the display pane layout:

  • Move the size slider (or click in the desired location) under the right side of the display pane to adjust the size of the thumbnails from a single image (which automatically hides titles and keywords) at the largest (Figure 3.3) all the way down to as many photos as fit in the window at postage stamp size (Figure 3.4).

    Figure 3.3. Move the size slider all the way to the right to view a single image at a time in organize mode.

    Figure 3.4. Move the size slider all the way to the left to view as many thumbnails as possible.

  • To show or hide titles, keywords, and film rolls (Figure 3.5) (film rolls only when in the Photo Library album), select the appropriate item from the View menu.

    Figure 3.5. Turn off display of titles, keywords, and film rolls in the View menu for an uncluttered look.


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