When adding images to an iCollage project it is common to use its iPhoto integration and directly load images through the image selector sidebar. This sidebar is opened by clicking the Image icon in the bottom toolbar and it pops out a bar with a list of albums at the top and the images at the bottom. In theory this is would be a great system, but there's a problem - when you have a lot of photos in an album (which will happen a lot for the average user) the pane that lists the image thumbnails is sized incorrectly so you don't see the images at the bottom.
Ever since moving to using a Mac as my primary computer I've wanted a simple app for building photo collages, cards, etc - something more than what iPhoto itself provides. After looking around the only one I could find that was reasonable was iCollage from the company Wondershare.
Building my presentation for the FL Drupal Camp I was stuck - neither Firefox nor Safari would let me do a full-screen browser display so the audience was going to be stuck seeing my title bar, browser window border, tool bar, etc - not terribly good for a presentation. A bit of searching later I discovered the perfect solution - PlainView.
It's bound to happen to everyone, they outgrow their TimeMachine and want a new one, a bigger one, one that will allow them to go further into the past... I'm talking about OSX's built-in backup system here, I don't know what you were thinking..