Feature requests and Bug reporting

Andrey_Ra
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Re: Feature requests and Bug reporting

Post by Andrey_Ra » 30 Oct 14 14:58

Hert, could you please upgrade the version of Mantis?
Main inconvenience is that users cannot delete or update their files. Once it was uploaded - it cannot be edited or deleted. Moreover, every registered user can upload their files (not only the author of ticket) and after that these files display in the header of the ticket. This is may confuse the readers.
Andrey

vlad
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Re: Feature requests and Bug reporting

Post by vlad » 19 Dec 14 13:45

+1 to Andrey's remarks.

Also, IMHO it might save some time (for users, but perhaps for developers too) if Hert allowed us to reopen a closed ticket even when that ticket had been entered by a different reporter. First, I thought that is not allowed by the Mantis system itself, but then I found the following info: http://www.mantisbt.org/forums/viewtopi ... pen#p55836

Hert
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Re: Feature requests and Bug reporting

Post by Hert » 19 Dec 14 14:08

I'm just a Mantis user myself. Afaik tickets can be reopened...others have done it before.

When a ticket is fixed at some point and the same symptoms return later (after it was confirmed fixed first) then the issue is typically not the same issue. I'm not a fan of reopening tickets, but a ticket reporter can always point to the old ticket when they think it's related.
This is a User-to-User forum which means that users post questions here for other users.
Feature requests, change suggestions, or bugs can be logged in the ticketing system

vlad
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Re: Feature requests and Bug reporting

Post by vlad » 19 Dec 14 18:00

I see the Reopen button only in the resolved tickets submitted by myself, not by others. You are right, of course, that the return of identical symptoms does not necessarily imply the same technical issue. (Yet, it does not imply different issues either.)

Link648099
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Re: Feature requests and Bug reporting

Post by Link648099 » 29 Mar 15 12:25

When importing videos taken on an iPhone 6 Plus, I've noticed the times to be off by an hour, compared to when the video was taken. For example, I'd take a picture and then immediately after a video, so both times were close together, and PS3 would have the correct time for the photo, but the video would be one hour later.

This is on OS X Yosemite. In PS3, the information I am looking at comes from the "Details" pane, under the "Description Date" section. The file date and time are correct within Finder on OS X.

Is this a bug or a feature? Or does anyone know of a workaround?

vlad
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Re: Feature requests and Bug reporting

Post by vlad » 02 Apr 15 15:01

Hi Link648099,
I have no idea what causes your specific issue, but keep in mind there are several date/time fields in the metadata standards and, accordingly, in Photo Supreme. You may find some useful info in this thread: http://forum.idimager.com/viewtopic.php ... 4&p=108108 Another thread that might (or might not) be helpful to you is here: http://forum.idimager.com/viewtopic.php ... 9&p=106588

Hope that helps,
Vlad

P.S. Please keep in mind that this very thread is about the general handling of feature requests and bug reports, so it's not a good place to describe specific technical issues or ask questions on specific PSU features. (I'm not even sure how many knowledgeable users did notice your post.)

Davidghawkins
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Re: Feature requests and Bug reporting

Post by Davidghawkins » 18 Oct 15 16:02

Desired feature improvement: easy one or two click method to switch between catalogs.

Hert
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Re: Feature requests and Bug reporting

Post by Hert » 24 Oct 15 8:03

Davidghawkins wrote:Desired feature improvement: easy one or two click method to switch between catalogs.
There's a keyboard shortcut for that, Ctrl-Shift-C (Cmd-Shift-C on Mac)
This is a User-to-User forum which means that users post questions here for other users.
Feature requests, change suggestions, or bugs can be logged in the ticketing system

PhilBurton
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Re: Feature requests and Bug reporting

Post by PhilBurton » 24 Nov 15 0:00

IDimager wrote:
Davidghawkins wrote:Desired feature improvement: easy one or two click method to switch between catalogs.
There's a keyboard shortcut for that, Ctrl-Shift-C (Cmd-Shift-C on Mac)
For issues like this one, can I suggest a category called something like, "Documentation Needs."

Phil
Photo Supreme user
Home built i7 3930, 32 GB RAM, Win 10 Pro 64, latest version of Photo Supreme 3, Lightroom 6 and Photoshop CS 6 (perpetual licenses)

WoodSmith
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Re: Feature requests and Bug reporting

Post by WoodSmith » 12 Jan 16 23:16

Hi,
Just wondering if there is anyway that a direct upload to 500px can be created?

Thanks for a great product.

thenetstriker
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Re: Feature requests and Bug reporting

Post by thenetstriker » 12 Dec 16 15:14

Is support for 360 degree photos (e.g. from Samsung Galaxy Gear 360) planed or could you add this as a feature request?

weidmic
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Re: Feature requests and Bug reporting

Post by weidmic » 12 Dec 16 15:59

Feuture request should be made here: http://mantis.idimager.com

Cheers,
Michael
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