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by snowman1
15 Aug 18 11:52
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Is moving the order of catalogue labels in the catalogue tree on left of screen possible?
Replies: 3
Views: 78

Re: Is moving the order of catalogue labels in the catalogue tree on left of screen possible?

Just to explain Jim's last line a bit more, he is referring to the fact that the order of collections within portfolios *can* be altered. I personally use the hierarchy solution that Jim describes: mine is: - me - my family (under this can be another heirarchy or flat depending what suits your need)...
by snowman1
04 Aug 18 23:38
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Is this the same thing?
Replies: 3
Views: 319

Re: Is this the same thing?

When you look at the left hand explorer panel, with it set to "categories", you are looking at PSU labels. You will see they are hierarchical - just like when you look Windows file explorer and see your heirarchical Windows folder structure. PSU labels are part of the metadata PSU stores in it's cat...
by snowman1
04 Aug 18 22:21
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Someone with german keyboard here?
Replies: 3
Views: 233

Re: Someone with german keyboard here?

I can only confirm that it works with English keyboards (on Windows).
by snowman1
06 Jul 18 17:32
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Do I misunderstand the "Share" command?
Replies: 11
Views: 766

Re: Do I misunderstand the "Share" command?

I still think this way of doing it is rather misleading to anyone that has not used this functionality before, and a simple checkbox at the top of the settings to "copy original file" or "apply sizing and other adjustments" would make it more obvious. As discussed in https://forum.idimager.com/viewt...
by snowman1
29 Jun 18 18:03
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: geo tag panel map scaling
Replies: 2
Views: 376

Re: geo tag panel map scaling

Aha - I had to make the map area on the screen larger (specifically, make it deeper) then the plus/minus buttons appeared, along with the map/satellite buttons!
by snowman1
28 Jun 18 20:54
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: geo tag panel map scaling
Replies: 2
Views: 376

geo tag panel map scaling

This may be a silly question but is there a way to zoom the map on the geotag panel in and out? I can't see an obvious way of doing it?
by snowman1
17 Jun 18 21:10
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Integrity of JPG and DNG files: Any suggestions for managing bitrot?
Replies: 12
Views: 749

Re: Integrity of JPG and DNG files: Any suggestions for managing bitrot?

I have only skimmed this thread but FWIW BeyondCompare is an excellent tool for checking all is well. Very configurable and powerful (though there's a learning curve to exploit its capabilities). Not free but IMO worth the cost in situations like this.
by snowman1
29 May 18 22:59
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Geotagging and mapping
Replies: 4
Views: 526

Re: Geotagging and mapping

There are numerous websites and apps that do this (I'm assuming you meant "using GPX file"). For a web site try https://www.maplorer.com/view_gpx.html for example.
by snowman1
29 May 18 9:02
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Geotagging and mapping
Replies: 4
Views: 526

Re: Geotagging and mapping

You'd effectively have to create a Gpx file from the images' metadata (and then use a suitable gpx handling program such as route converter that would give you such stats; or upload to one of the websites that does the same. Sounds like a job for a script to extract the lat / long and add the necess...
by snowman1
26 May 18 15:36
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Unable to login to forum on Firefox
Replies: 13
Views: 452

Re: Unable to login to forum on Firefox

Jim, you can do that from within FF by right-clicking on the page, click on "view page info", select the security tab and then on the "cookies" button. That shows you all the cookies related to the site and lets you delete them. (You can also get there from the "(i)" button / padlock on the left of ...
by snowman1
26 May 18 11:34
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Unable to login to forum on Firefox
Replies: 13
Views: 452

Re: Unable to login to forum on Firefox

Good detective work guys. I could confirm (using Chrome) that my avatar no longer appeared. Even after this I still could not login on FF - it just kept returning me to the login screen without any error messages. Restarting FF, refreshing page etc did not help. Then I deleted all cookies for the si...
by snowman1
25 May 18 23:01
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Unable to login to forum on Firefox
Replies: 13
Views: 452

Unable to login to forum on Firefox

Unable to log in on Firefox. Not sure whether this relates to a change in the forum - it started asking for cookie consent - or in FF - which I believe no longer accepts sites with mixed secure and non-secure content. Am on FF 60.0.1 (i.e. the latest version). Site still works on Chrome 66.0.3359.13...
by snowman1
19 May 18 13:42
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Blurred and fuzzy font in 4 versions
Replies: 3
Views: 746

Re: Blurred and fuzzy font in 4 versions

I have to say I have just migrated to V4 and agree about the fuzzy fonts. Very noticeable on the catalog tree (left hand panel). Usable but I do feel like I'm in the opticians with one of those blurry lenses!

Apart from this, seems good on my quick test drive so far!
by snowman1
10 May 18 15:38
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: lookup locations for many photos select , help
Replies: 8
Views: 2452

Re: lookup locations for many photos select , help

Mamilou, there are two separate things here: one is tagging an image (or images) with a location: i.e. a latitude and longtitude. This can be done by using a camera (such as the camera on an iphone) that has GPS built in and can do it automatically; or it can be done by using a GPS file. The GPS fil...
by snowman1
02 May 18 0:39
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Why Photo Supreme isn't 'ready-for-prime-time' [OPINION]
Replies: 9
Views: 809

Re: Why Photo Supreme isn't 'ready-for-prime-time' [OPINION]

A minor point, but worth making, is that PSU does handle the run-of-mill edits easily enough (and in a non-destructive way), even though it is not a raw developer or image editor product. On the subject of documentation: Whilst I agree a proper set of full documentation is needed I do think the exis...