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elmwood
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Post by elmwood » Fri May 10, 2013 4:27 am

I purchased a new MacBook Pro & transferred all my info over from my old one. Now when I attempt to open a file in pictures I get a message "Unable to find the file:/Users/Jackmilne/iFamilyData/Pictures. Has anyone had this problem & solved it without having to replace all their pictures?
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Warwick Wilson
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Post by Warwick Wilson » Sat May 11, 2013 3:37 am

Hi Jack,

Thanks for the details. Assuming you still have your iFamilyData folder in your user home directory, is your user home directory still called Jackmilne. I have found from experience that these usernames are changed sometimes when people do their upgrades.

Please confirm and I will sort out a way to replace all the references in your database. If the cause is something else we can work from there.

Warwick.

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Post by Cazzy » Sun Apr 24, 2022 7:26 pm

A helpful reply has value for years. I was able to address a Pictures issue on my iFamily by referring to this old post. Thank you to “elmwood” for posting the question and to Warwick for answering it!

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