[KimDaBa] Another Idea

William Holland will at willholland.co.uk
Mon May 30 20:28:05 CEST 2005


I think that this is a good idea, but I would change the implementation 

As I see it (please feel free to correct me here) Kimdaba is designed to move 
everyone away from the 'I need my folders' mentality, and if you were feeling 
like it, you could easily have no directory structure at all.  In addition if 
a photo is part of an 'event' and some other category, I would probably want 
to see the text associated with both.

Currently we can attach an image to a category entry, so I think that allowing 
a short bit of 'note text' to be appended as well would be great! (images 
work well for people, and sometimes locations), but events/etc can be a 
little awkward to do justice with a photo, and a short piece of text would 
work wonders.  (Added to which if you view your images in a list view, then 
they have loads of space to the left hand side to allow this).

What does everyone else think?


On Monday 30 May 2005 18:48, Martin Höller wrote:
> Hi all!
> Got another idea which might be interesting for kimdaba users:
> I organize my images in folders, where pictures in one folder have usually
> in common that they were taken during one party/trip/whatever. The
> comment-field from the image-configuration dialog allows me to save some
> comments for one picture. It would be really nice if I could save such a
> comment to a folder. This way I could use comments like "This was the
> birthday-party of XY which was the best party he ever had"!
> I wouldn't like to save this comment to every picture, neither would i
> give my folders very long names describing all this.
> The comments could be changed for example by right-clicking on "kimdaba
> virtual albums" and shown as a tooltip when moving the mouse over a
> folder.
> Or there could be a kind of "dummy image" in virtual albums, holding
> folder information.
> What do you think of this?
> - martin

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