Aperture is a bigger hog than iPhoto. <br><br>It keeps duplicates of all files just like iPhoto (except they are naturally larger, because they are RAW format). In addition to that is the Vault function. It isn't required, but if you use it it makes yet another set of duplicates of your duplicates for security reasons (computer crash).<br><br>
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I can understand if it slowly filled up over a period of time, but this happened overnight<br><br>So you know for a fact that you had plenty of room on your HD the night before, and then it mysteriously went down to 200-something MB all of a sudden?<br><br><br>
It went from around 12GB to 220MB overnight.<br><br>I know in the past it has done this before, and (I think) after a restart it "clears" up the hard drive and I get that space back.<br><br>Once I get home I'll restart it and see what that does for me.<br><br>
Did you try the folder setting as well? That can tell you which folder has the most megs in it. And the app I used was indeed called "whereismydiskspace", unless the name was changed.<br><br>We are what we repeatedly do. -Aristotle
_________________________ We are what we repeatedly do - Aristotle
Yeah. Didn't this happen to you like 2 or 3 years ago? And shortly thereafter the HD crashed? Seriously, I swear I remember you posting this same thing with a different computer a long time ago.<br><br>
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