[KPhotoAlbum] Select subcategories, annotating photographs

Baptiste MATHUS ml at batmat.net
Wed Apr 18 17:34:21 CEST 2007


2007/4/18, Angel Lopez <anglopm at gmail.com>:
>
> Hello,
>
> I have started using Kphotoalbum some days ago to sort a little, my
> collection of photographs taken with my digicam in only 4 years.


Great choice. I myself began using KPA something like two years ago and have
about 6000+ photos/videos in my db :-).

I have a question about working with supercategories. If I make a
> supercategory called "France" and two subcategories for it: "Paris"
> and "Grenoble", for example. I have seen that I can put a mark in
> "Paris" but "France" is not selected, while one should want to have
> both selected, I think.


If I'm not mistaken, I guess you're using a 3.0 release. There has been some
really recent dev (in the code since last week) to avoid being able to put
cycles in the category management.

So, when you're speaking about seeing France in France, this shouldn't
possible anymore with the next release, so I guess this point won't have
existence in the near future.

Am I right? Is this the behaviour you're speaking about?

What is your opinion about it?
>
> I have also more question on annotating: My photographs are in
> directories called "YYYY-MM-12_Description", which was useful for me
> in the past to keep things ordered. Do you recommend me, to use this
> description in any field when I annotate images? Where? Label
> perhaps...


I never use it, but I seem to remember that there's a description field in
the annotate dialog. I'll check tonight (no kpa at work :p).

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