No way to delete a category label

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uweba
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No way to delete a category label

Post by uweba » 02 Apr 18 10:54

First the import of LR keywords worked. I shifted the same within psu given structure (People, events). I can cut, copy and move the keywords, but there is no way to delete any keyword. To be sure I created an empty database and just added "test" under "Events". I cannot delete this new term anymore, irrespectively if using the standard setting under Synchronize settings (write, read) or change them. I read tsome forum comments, but my problem sounds like a bug.
My licence is psu server v4 with a local installation on my macbook (server not yet running) and have been deinstalling the database several times because I assumed a problem with my user rights. There is no sense to start keyword or catalogue label assignment to my pictures unless being able to delete unnecessary labels. Any help is welcome.

Hert
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Re: No way to delete a category label

Post by Hert » 02 Apr 18 11:06

A warm welcome to the forum.

You can delete a Catalog Label by right click -> Delete; you can also select the Catalog Label and press Delete (or Cmd+Bksp)

Is that what you're looking for?
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uweba
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Re: No way to delete a category label

Post by uweba » 03 Apr 18 12:29

Thanks for your quick reply Hert! I applied your advice already to delete a catalogue label. Also the fruitful discussion in the forum about label and keyword difference do not solve my problem. I cannot delete any Label. So I am pretty sure that it is Not PSU but either a User problem or I corrupted the OSX system. So after reinstall a fresh OSX I come back with the result.

vlad
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Re: No way to delete a category label

Post by vlad » 03 Apr 18 16:22

Reinstalling the OS seems extreme to me (unless you have other problems outside PSU) and it may not solve your labelling issues. Have you tried deleting any label outside the People and Events categories? Does that fail too? Can you turn off the automatic writing of metadata? Does that help?

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