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Tagging images
« on: December 21, 2007, 02:29:03 AM »
Is possible or could it be made possible to use the \ key for tagging images? instead of the T or as well as the T? An edit mode would good to, i seem to get half way though an edit (looking for keepers) & the phone rings & loose where i've got to.

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Re: Tagging images
« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2007, 05:19:14 AM »
Is possible or could it be made possible to use the \ key for tagging images? instead of the T or as well as the T?

Probably, but why '\' ?

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An edit mode would good to, i seem to get half way though an edit (looking for keepers) & the phone rings & loose where i've got to.

What do you mean by an 'edit mode'?

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Re: Tagging images
« Reply #2 on: December 21, 2007, 07:06:50 AM »
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Probably, but why '\' ?

Because I do I lot of tagging & \ is at my finger tips, it's a lot better for me.

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What do you mean by an 'edit mode'?

When looking for keepers, I'm working though say 1500 image, then if I get distracted half though & loose where I've got to it's not always easy to find where I'm up to, because maybe I  have changed or not set the sort method correctly, or if I modify an image I get a resort depending sort method.


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Re: Tagging images
« Reply #3 on: December 21, 2007, 08:27:43 AM »
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Probably, but why '\' ?

Because I do I lot of tagging & \ is at my finger tips, it's a lot better for me.

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What do you mean by an 'edit mode'?

When looking for keepers, I'm working though say 1500 image, then if I get distracted half though & loose where I've got to it's not always easy to find where I'm up to, because maybe I  have changed or not set the sort method correctly, or if I modify an image I get a resort depending sort method.

OK, so how am I to write a feature that would help in this regard?  What would it do?

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