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    Zlannie's Avatar
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    Default Photo Stream

    I've updated Aperture to 3.2 but there is no reference to Photo Stream anywhere. Am I correct in thinking that you have be running Lion in order for Photo Stream and Aperture to play together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zlannie View Post
    I've updated Aperture to 3.2 but there is no reference to Photo Stream anywhere. Am I correct in thinking that you have be running Lion in order for Photo Stream and Aperture to play together.
    Yes Lion is required.
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    Zlannie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by KashSystems View Post
    Yes Lion is required.
    Thanks, KashSystems
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    Quote Originally Posted by KashSystems View Post
    Yes Lion is required.
    I am running Lion 10.7.2 on a new Macbook Air but don't see my photo stream anywhere. But I'm new to Mac so I'm probably just missing something. No photo stream in iPhoto. iPhoto asks me to log into MobileMe still. I dont understand that. Where do I see my photo stream from my 4S and iCloud?
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    On your iPhone: Settings>iCloud>Photo Stream (turn it on) It shows up as an Album in Photos
    Make sure you've updated to the latest version of iPhoto

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