Maybe so, but Bridge (and before that, File Browser) has been around for longer and had many more engineering hours put into it so far. If it concerns you, put in a feature request.What makes LR's lack of Saved searches really daft is that Bridge 1.' had that very useful feature. But then, other good things Bridge did, LR ignored.
What article is that Ian?I am finding that the few support Forums that exist for dedicated support of Aperture are very much thin with activity, and what activity there is seems to be rude and argumentative. Very disappointing from a new user point of view.
I am also finding that Lightroom is taking a beating (albeit small) because of misinformation. I posted about this particular article being nothing more than propaganda due to misinformation and lies, but have not actually received a response. Granted, the article itself only received two responses: mine and another response that made the same point.
Sad really. Just sad. Aperture just doesn't seem to have any steam.
What an example .........:lol::lol::lol::shock:Ian Farlow;1'142 said:I have finished re-importing everything into Lightroom, and also into Aperture. I am finding that I spend most of my time within Lightroom. Aperture is great, and has some excellent features, but pound for pound, so to speak, Lightroom is just better.
What started out as excitement with Aperture quickly turned to frustration and disappointment. Eh... Aperture will improve, I guess, but I don't know when. The track record for Aperture development is horrible. First release in 2''5, and version 2 in 2''8. Three years? Wow!
Lightroom has been around for a significantly shorter period of time and seems to be progressing at a much quicker rate. I like that.
Oh, and I've had some posts deleted from the Apple discussion forums because I spoke badly about Apple. I wasn't rude, or anything, just blunt. That's a no-go on the Apple forums. I knew it would happen, but it made me laugh anyway.