Aperture 3: Images synced to iPad have a different sort order than in Aperture

When you sync images to iPad from an Aperture album or project, the images sometimes do not maintain the same sort order as seen in Aperture.

iPad maintains either version name or manual sort order from Aperture. If the project or album in Aperture is set to another sort order (such as date or rating), the synced photos in the corresponding iPad event will be sorted by version name. You can manually drag photos in the Aperture browser into any order you like and iPad will reflect the manual sort order you have set.

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