I've added a new FAQ entry that should solve most if not all Aperture Inspector issues.
You can download the application from here: [Download Aperture Inspector]
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I still do not see the date 2013 for either “Show From” or “To Date” date field. There does not seem to be a way of showing from 15 Jan 2013 to 31 Jan 2013.
Have you updated to version 1.5?
Yes. I upgraded to 1.5
I just scanned my own library and you’re right! The “from” field only goes up to 2012 [screenshot] and the “to” field is missing 2013 [screenshot].
I’ll bring this to the attention of the developer; I’m sure it’s a simple fix and can be pushed out in an automatic software update.
Thanks for your quick work on this.
I did not catch it until I saw the posting here. I noticed with my system it scanned from 1999 to 2014 but it skipped 2013 and of course 2014 is not even here yet. My images do go back to 1999. I am sure they will get it fix fairly soon.
Thanks for the upgrade, gave me the chance for another try ;-)
However I still have a problem when breaking down the numbers by focal length (no zooms at all). I looked at the statistic selecting only the camera Leica M9
(1) Classification by focal length in this case, showing a total of 3502 pictures:
0-16 3916-35 51835-50 140250-75 92775-90 10090-135 515135-135 1
First of all I just don’t get your nomenclature: in which row will I find the images shoot with focal length of 35mm? Probably you mean:
0-15 3916-34 51835-49 140250-74 92775-89 10090-134 515135-135 1
So the 35mm-pictures are included in the third row.
(2) Wrong total numberI checked the numbers in AP itself and found a total of 3214:
focal length #0 2816 1218 10321 524 16628 19235 1.25650 87075 10290 469135 1 10total 3.214
As you may see the differences are rather big.