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by David Grundy
10 Jun 18 3:18
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Folder view: how to filter out non-Main versions?
Replies: 1
Views: 466

Re: Folder view: how to filter out non-Main versions?

Oops, on searching again I found that this has been addressed previously by Vlad. Not sure why I didn't find this in my earlier search. It appears to provide exactly what I'm looking for. Thanks Vlad (and Hert I think, since the "redundant versions" script seems to be the version which Hert optimise...
by David Grundy
10 Jun 18 2:37
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Folder view: how to filter out non-Main versions?
Replies: 1
Views: 466

Folder view: how to filter out non-Main versions?

I am using folder view and want to see just (i) the Main Version of all versioned images and (ii) all un-versioned images. This is equivalent to filtering out all non-Main versions. Is there a way to do this? (Filtering on "Main Version" does not show non-versioned images.) I can see a way to do thi...
by David Grundy
09 Jun 18 12:53
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Can't remove W: drive from the catalog
Replies: 2
Views: 585

Can't remove W: drive from the catalog

After a long break from cataloging, I'm making time to try again. I've just upgraded to v4, and have gone through the exercise of installing on my new PC and remapping all the folders. All is working. However, the catalog always shows a W: drive which has no files in it, and in fact the drive does n...
by David Grundy
14 Feb 16 5:09
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Sizing problem with DNG in image viewer
Replies: 11
Views: 3861

Re: Sizing problem with DNG in image viewer

I am also seeing this.

First time back to PSu after being too busy even to think about photos for a while, so it's just bad luck that basic viewing happens to be broken right now :) Will file a bug report.
by David Grundy
18 Dec 14 17:18
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Custom input fields: what for? pros and cons?
Replies: 4
Views: 1342

Re: Custom input fields: what for? pros and cons?

@Mke: I also consider it useful to use custom input fields as a way to keep info which is specific to versions. At one stage I was experimenting with the idea of using this as a replacement for the placeholder system. Something I was wondering about, but never experimented with: if I send a specific...
by David Grundy
18 Dec 14 17:03
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Labels to keep track of Birthdaycards
Replies: 15
Views: 3702

Re: Labels to keep track of Birthdaycards

Just out of curiosity (since the direction of travel in this thread is towards labels not custom input files) ... for the comments suggesting using a custom input field: My recollection (as I'm not at my PSu computer right now) is that custom input fields are unique to specific files and are not pro...
by David Grundy
12 Dec 14 17:57
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Keeping track of external edits
Replies: 5
Views: 1665

Re: Keeping track of external edits

Thanks Dirk. I tried that, and it didn't work. But now it does work. So, I must have mis-typed it at the time when I tried it (more than once, so it must have been a bad day). Apologies for wasting people's time. Your comment I assume the reason that the crs tags have no hint is because they are not...
by David Grundy
11 Dec 14 8:32
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Keeping track of external edits
Replies: 5
Views: 1665

Re: Keeping track of external edits

If you are able to see that field inside Details -> XMP Advanced, you should be able to hover on the field name and see the corresponding field macro. This works for fields such as exif:*, but not for the crs:* fields. I wonder whether this is because PSu treats the whole crs block as a "black box"...
by David Grundy
10 Dec 14 19:37
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Keeping track of external edits
Replies: 5
Views: 1665

Re: Keeping track of external edits

With a bit more digging I found that the Adobe Camera Raw metadata schema is under xmp.crs and there's one called crs.HasSettings which specifies whether non-default settings exist. That's probably what I need. But, (probably dumb question) I can't seem to actually use this value. How do I access it...
by David Grundy
10 Dec 14 4:06
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Keeping track of external edits
Replies: 5
Views: 1665

Keeping track of external edits

I just implemented a marker in my custom thumbnail info line to try to show when a DNG file has Adobe Camera Raw settings embedded. For this purpose I looked at the .software fields in xmp. From reading back through the forum and looking through the xmp field list for custom fields I found that I co...
by David Grundy
06 Dec 14 14:55
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Confused about Last Import (Favorites) and ImportSessions
Replies: 22
Views: 5611

Re: Confused about Last Import (Favorites) and ImportSession

Thanks Vlad, that was indeed what I was thinking of.
by David Grundy
05 Dec 14 14:37
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Confused about Last Import (Favorites) and ImportSessions
Replies: 22
Views: 5611

Re: Confused about Last Import (Favorites) and ImportSession

I wonder whether "Import Sessions" are really the key thing? In reality do we just really need to be able to view by Date Imported as an alternative to Photo Date (*) ? ... David (*) Photo date, or whatever we call the primary date. I made a mental note there were some forum discussions about dates ...
by David Grundy
01 Dec 14 14:25
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Confused about Last Import (Favorites) and ImportSessions
Replies: 22
Views: 5611

Re: Confused about Last Import (Favorites) and ImportSession

For the time being I have started adding my own import session labels such as "Imported 20141130 2329", as the first thing I do after each import. Unlike the previous implementation, these ones really are labels. :) They are under my "file management" private category (and then the sublabel ImportSe...
by David Grundy
27 Nov 14 15:42
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Culling Workflow
Replies: 10
Views: 3009

Re: Culling Workflow

BTW wrt FastPictureViewer ... One thing I really really really like in PSu is being able to choose up to 6 photos in the Light Table and see them side by side ... and zoom into the same point in each picture. Given that I often take several of "the same" shot, this makes the task of choosing the bes...