That's very helpful information, Hert. Actually, it's so obvious that I am embarrassed that I have never thought of it.IDimager wrote: As you can see, you don't need "delimited" keywords. There's no additional value over using LR keywords from the application's point of view.
The reason I haven't has to do with my shortsightedness with regard to the explanation in the Help screen pertaining to the use of Lightroom keywords: I have always glossed over that explanation thinking that I didn't need to concern myself with it because I don't use Lightroom. You might want to consider adding a sentence to the Help screen indicating that the use of Lightroom keywords can be helpful even if one doesn't use Lightroom.
Two excellent points! Considering that Supreme is intended to be simple to use, I have to wonder why you decided to make it possible to write delimited keywords, which is yet another choice the user has to decide upon. Perhaps your decision about that has to do with making it as easy as possible to migrate from IDimager to Supreme in the sense that those writing delimited keywords in IDimager can continue doing so in Supreme, despite that it's not advisable with either product.Evolution has made the use of delimited keywords a "bad choice". Also keep in mind that, by specifications, Keywords (dc:subject) are *supposed* to be flat. So using intelligence like delimiters inside the content is asking for problems now or in the future. Always better to use data how it's intended to be used and not add intelligence that is proprietary.