[KimDaBa] Don't allow setting the label in multi-edit view?

William Holland will at willholland.co.uk
Sat Mar 26 13:14:04 CET 2005


It would seem that kimdaba.pm would be the place for giving many things the 
same label. - quite simple to just tag, then write a small script to give 
everything with the tag the same label.  I agree that it is annoying when the 
cursor gets put here by default, and I don't think that it's in the 
frequently used features? Does anyone use this now?

Will
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On Saturday 26 March 2005 10:49, Jesper K. Pedersen wrote:
> On Friday 04 February 2005 01:27, Robert L Krawitz wrote:
> | The multi-edit (ctrl-2) view allows you to set the label of a
> | photograph, which doesn't make a lot of sense (change a lot of images
> | to have the same name?).  What's worse, this is the field that gets
> | the focus by default, so it's very easy to accidentally rename a lot
> | of images at once.
>
> Well I can't really make up my mind on this one.
>
> If I disabled this, how would you change the label of a number of images if
> you really wanted to? I did want to do that once a long time ago, but I
> don't even display the labels any more myself.
>
> Cheers
> Jesper.



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