[KPhotoAlbum] Problem with working set not updating when changing something

Robert Krawitz rlk at alum.mit.edu
Sun Feb 19 22:46:25 CET 2017


On Sun, 19 Feb 2017 21:23:10 +0100, Johannes Zarl-Zierl wrote:
> Hi Robert,
>
> Thanks for reminding me of this bug.
> The issue should be fixed by commit 1721b49d.

Confirmed.

> On Sonntag, 19. Februar 2017 13:43:18 CET Robert Krawitz wrote:
>> Not sure how best to describe this...but...
>> 
>> To reproduce:
>> 
>> $ kphotoalbum --demo
>> 
>> Select keyword "scanned in"
>> Show thumbnails
>> Select some of the thumbnails, tag them "a"
>> Click "back"
>> 
>> Tokens is grayed out and unclickable.
>> 
>> As of v4.7.3, "Tokens" icon was grayed out, but it was clickable.  As
>> of v5.0-beta1, it's no longer clickable.  Same thing applies if I add
>> another keyword to some of the images -- I can't go back to the top
>> level panel with a selection and narrow it down further based on
>> changes I made in this context; I have to go all the way back to top
>> level.
>> 
>> This is very annoying; my usual workflow when processing a basketball
>> game (anywhere between 1500 and 2500 photos) is:
>> 
>> 1) Keyword all of the photos with the name of the game.
>> 
>> 2) Select the appropriate keyword from top level.
>> 
>> 3) Go through all of the photos; tag the ones I like with "A" and the
>>    ones I want to delete with "D" (usually most of them I don't toss,
>>    but don't select to upload either).
>> 
>> 4) Add "<game_name> selection" as a keyword to the selected set.
>> 
>>    This is where it gets problematic.  I currently have to go back to
>>    top level after tagging the photos, select the keyword I want
>>    (basically, go back to step 2), click Tags, select A, apply the
>>    keyword, and remove the tag.
>> 
>> I can't bisect this very easily, because basically all the changes
>> between v4.7.3 and v5.0-beta1 were intermediate changes during the
>> port, so they won't compile.

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