iPhoto Library Manager 3.4 requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later and will run on either a PPC or Intel based Macintosh. You can create, add, and switch between libraries, as well as use iPod Folders with any version of iPhoto. The album copying, library merging, library rebuild, and photo importing features all require iPhoto 4.0.3 or later. For users running a version of OS X prior to 10.3.9, iPhoto Library Manager 2.0 can be used with earlier systems.
iPhoto Library Manager can be run from anywhere on your hard drive. To install it, simply drag the iPhoto Library Manager icon from the disk image to somewhere on your hard drive, e.g. your Applications folder. To uninstall, drag iPhoto Library Manager from your hard drive to the trash.
OS X 10.3.9 Panther only: The first time you use an advanced features such as album copying or library merging, iPhoto Library Manager will need to install a plugin named "iPLM" in ~/Library/Input Managers. This bundle contains code that will actually be loaded into any Cocoa application that is run, but will lay dormant in all applications except iPhoto, where it will add functionality required to make iPhoto Library Manager's advanced features fully functional. To uninstall, drag the iPLM folder to the trash as well as the iPhoto Library Manager application. The iPLM plugin may still be loaded in one or more of your running applications, in which case, when you go to empty the trash, you may get a message saying that it is still in use. Try quitting running applications, or logging out and logging back in, if you want to empty the trash entirely after uninstalling.
If you are upgrading a previous version of iPhoto Library Manager, you can simply replace the old version with the new one, and your list of libraries and all your settings will be retained automatically. If the iPLM plugin needs to be updated, iPhoto Library Manager will prompt you to install the updated plugin before performing any advanced operations.