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by Hert
16 Aug 18 9:14
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Import postprocessing script location
Replies: 5
Views: 78

Re: Import postprocessing script location

You have the following objects available;

* Profile; an object of type TDownloadProfile
* Selected; a set of TDownloadImage objects
* FileList; A set of TDownloadImage objects

Off the top of my head; Selected are the original images (source) and FileList are the imported images (target)
by Hert
15 Aug 18 14:10
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Import postprocessing script location
Replies: 5
Views: 78

Re: Import postprocessing script location

I think that it should appear when copied to
%localappdata%\IDimager Systems, Inc\Scripts\ImportScripts
by Hert
14 Aug 18 21:06
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Unable to open database file
Replies: 8
Views: 250

Re: Unable to open database file

Please install the latest update as currently on the website (now build 1613)
by Hert
14 Aug 18 11:01
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: ExifTool script in repository
Replies: 3
Views: 333

Re: ExifTool script in repository

Right click on a thumb
Run from repository
Metadata - Exiftool metadata output
by Hert
01 Aug 18 17:47
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: IPTC Fields - Multiple entries in "Person Shown in the Image, with Details"
Replies: 5
Views: 326

Re: IPTC Fields - Multiple entries in "Person Shown in the Image, with Details"

In the details of that person's catalog label, click "Apply detail profile" and enter values for that field in the "IPTC Extension" section
by Hert
30 Jul 18 20:30
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: IPTC Fields - Multiple entries in "Person Shown in the Image, with Details"
Replies: 5
Views: 326

Re: IPTC Fields - Multiple entries in "Person Shown in the Image, with Details"

All catalog labels from the People category will be written to the PersonInImage. No need to configure catalog labels for that.
by Hert
26 Jul 18 18:54
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Who can write script for me (and maybe others)?
Replies: 16
Views: 771

Re: Who can write script for me (and maybe others)?

You should let the bat file pass on its parameters. Batches don’t automatically pass on parameters
by Hert
26 Jul 18 18:39
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Who can write script for me (and maybe others)?
Replies: 16
Views: 771

Re: Who can write script for me (and maybe others)?

most likely that is possible as a script, but you said that you can’t write scripts.

Your bat file should pass on the parameters to the power script if you insist on using powerscript
by Hert
26 Jul 18 18:17
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Who can write script for me (and maybe others)?
Replies: 16
Views: 771

Re: Who can write script for me (and maybe others)?

That’s indeed the one I was talking about. If you can’t add parameters then that leaves my origininal reaction to use a bat file
by Hert
26 Jul 18 17:30
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Who can write script for me (and maybe others)?
Replies: 16
Views: 771

Re: Who can write script for me (and maybe others)?

Maybe create a bat file that calls your powershell script? PSU will start the command that you configure in the Preferences...you could try to set that to you above command to powershell.exe and your script as -f. PSU will pass the selected files as parameters. If that doesn’t work then I’m out of i...
by Hert
26 Jul 18 16:34
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Who can write script for me (and maybe others)?
Replies: 16
Views: 771

Re: Who can write script for me (and maybe others)?

Sorry, not one parameter but multiple as multiple selected thumbnails can be passed to the external batch.
by Hert
26 Jul 18 11:40
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Who can write script for me (and maybe others)?
Replies: 16
Views: 771

Re: Who can write script for me (and maybe others)?

Perhaps you can write a batch file that creates the hard link for you for a file is passed as its parameter. Then add that batch as a 3rd party application in PSU. Select images, and click the application icon for your batch to create the links.
by Hert
25 Jul 18 21:23
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Who can write script for me (and maybe others)?
Replies: 16
Views: 771

Re: Who can write script for me (and maybe others)?

Not sure what you mean with "hardlinks". From how you describe it, I would recommend using the Image Basket to collect your images (Shift+B). Then open the Image Basket, select all (Ctrl+A) and press Ctrl+E to export the selected image to a folder. Configure the export not to use Sizing so that the ...