[KPhotoAlbum] Some comments on KPhotoAlbum 3.0
Jesper K. Pedersen
blackie at blackie.dk
Wed Jan 3 18:53:57 CET 2007
On Tuesday 02 January 2007 21:26, Siegmar Alber wrote:
| Hi there!
| First of all: I like KPhotoAlbum very very much! Many thanks for your great
| But one thing I found a bit confusing when updating from KPA 2.2 to 3.0 was
| when my "old" properties and informations for the images weren't imported.
| And the fatalest thing was when the index.xml file was silently
| overwritten. There was no problem for me, because I made a backup before
| updating, but a warning on the homepage or even in the application itself
| would be nice... Of course the best thing would be, when KPA 3.0 would
| recognize a prior version and import/update the index.xml.
| Sorry, I can't provide a patch... I have to learn C++ some day ;-)
I'm not sure what is lost, could you explain a bit more in details?
| The new splash-screen is very nice. The possibility to catalogue videos
| also, although there are some problems when playing them. But this is for
| sure a problem of my configuration (selfcompiled Linux From Scratch). ;-)
| One other thing: In the dialog for changing many images simultaneously the
| selected properties are a bit confusing: some are selected (don't know if
| these are the settings of the first or last image). What happens if I
| change a property? Do the properties merge with the properties that an
| image already has? It isn't really clear what happens if I apply the
| properties... Would be nice to have back the checkbox "Merge"... Don't
| know, if anyone is able to understand this paragraph... Sorry for my
| English... ;-)
The check boxes are tristate (your style might make it difficult to see that
though) See mailing list for details on what that means,
| Apart from these few issues I'll love the new release... Keep on the
| excellent work!
Having trouble finding a given image in your collection containing
thousands of images?
http://www.kphotoalbum.org might be the answer.
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