[KPhotoAlbum] Tokens and stacks [was: Re: More patches]
rlk at alum.mit.edu
Sat Aug 15 16:32:49 CEST 2015
On Sat, 15 Aug 2015 16:05:07 +0200, Johannes Zarl-Zierl wrote:
> ...resending because I was sending from the wrong address before...
> On Friday 07 August 2015 23:18:59 Robert Krawitz wrote:
>> * uppercase-tokens: typing a token with the shift key (upper case) in
>> the thumbnail view applies or removes the token from all images in
> Before I change the situation here, I'd like to gather some feedback here on the list.
> First: is the current behaviour "correct" (i.e. the least surprising behaviour)?
> E.g. I have until yesterday assumed that tokens work on whole stacks, not just the front image (and for that reason I've wondered some times why I didn't add a token to a specific image).
> Would it be better to make tokens work on whole stacks by default?
They don't operate on full stacks:
const DB::FileNameList selection = widget()->selection(NoExpandCollapsedStacks);
> If so, we could change the default behaviour and use the proposed patch to only work on the front image of a stack, or maybe the patch would not even be needed anymore.
I personally almost never want the default behavior, but I hate to say
that that applies to everyone.
My most common use case is when I've shot RAW+JPEG. After I load the
new images, I autostack them; the image (RAW or JPEG) at the top of
the stack is then random. I use tokens A and K to denote the images I
want to select and those that I want to completely reject respectively
(untagged images are the ones I'm not planning to select, but which
I may decide later I want).
Sometimes I want the RAW image and sometimes I want the JPEG, but in
either case, I obviously need to tag the entire stack.
BTW, on another note, are you looking at my comments on the lens EXIF
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