Aperture not updating photostream

However, I've also run into cases where Aperture's Photo Stream folder lags in showing recent images.

When this happens I've been able to fix the issue by disabling and then re-enabling Photo Stream in Aperture's settings.

Photo Stream will disappear next year at some point, along with the death of Aperture and i Photo for Mac which Apple has announced it is discontinuing.

If users choose to leave i Cloud Photo Library off, the old Photo Stream paradigm will stay in place.

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In order to use Photo Stream, you must set up a free i Cloud account.

With an active i Cloud account, you can enable your Aperture library as the main repository for all your Photo Stream photos.

Users have the option to turn on i Cloud Photo Library (Beta) but also the option to keep Photo Stream as well.Then, I open Aperture, switch to the Library that syncs to my Photo Stream, and quit Aperture.Open Aperture once more, and a refresh/update should be triggered.Despite being such a minor fix, however, the update weighs in at a whopping 551 MB. Now that function seems to have been removed and we are left with dozens of “latest photo’s”. For example creating folder called favourites and merging with devices??