[KPhotoAlbum] image search question

josephj at main.nc.us josephj at main.nc.us
Sun Apr 22 22:34:12 CEST 2012


I'm not an expert at KPhotoAlbum or queries, but ...

What you did makes sense and probably ought to work.

It might be easier to code pool separately from hotels - sort of a
normalization thing - maybe as some sort of amenities category, etc. or
just as a separate keyword.

Joe

>
> 	Hi all!
>
>     I have a question regarding the use of the image search function. I
> tagged
> a bunch of images, including those from the stays at two different hotels,
> say
> "hotel A" and "hotel B". Both of them had a pool, so I added "pool" as a
> subcategory of both. Now if I want to see all photos taken at a hotel
> pool, I
> simply search for "pool" and get all pool photos from hotel A and hotel B.
> But
> when I search for the tag "hotel A" (to see all photos taken at hotel A),
> I
> get all photos taken at hotel A *and* all photos taken at the pool of
> hotel B.
> I think this is because "pool" is a subcategory of "hotel A" and therefore
> automatically included in the query, but then also matches images which
> don't
> have the "hotel A" tag. This behaviour seems to be a bug to me, but maybe
> I
> misunderstood how image queries should be formulated, so could somebody
> please
> explain how (in the above example) I should write a query to
> *) search for all photos from hotel A,
> *) search for all photos from the pool of hotel A,
> or should I tag the images differently to perform such queries?
>
> 	Thanks & kind regards,
> 		Markus
>
>
> --
> Markus Grabner
> Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision
> Graz University of Technology, Inffeldgasse 16a/II, 8010 Graz, Austria
> WWW: http://www.icg.tugraz.at/Members/grabner
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