[Digikam-devel] [Bug 221140] Make Digikam`s light table viable to compare more than two similar images.

Wolfgang Mader Wolfgang_Mader at brain-frog.de
Thu May 12 21:13:49 BST 2011


Wolfgang Mader <Wolfgang_Mader at brain-frog.de> changed:

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--- Comment #12 from Wolfgang Mader <Wolfgang_Mader brain-frog de>  2011-05-12 22:13:47 ---

thank you all for giving this wish such a big momentum in this short time.

If comparing 6 pictures I think it would be better to place them in 2 rows and
3 columns, not the other way round, because most of modern monitors are wide

I think there is a way to implement what I understand Rinus wants to see. It
would go like this.
You put all the images you possibly want to compare into light tables thumb
bar. Then you drag the first 4 or 6 pictures onto the light table. There, you
do the comparison, choose the best by clicking on it, and the press
<CoolShortCut>. By pressing this short cut the 3 or 5 not selected pictures are
removed (from light table only, from light table and the thumb bar, or even
from the hard disk) and the now empty places are filled up with the next 3 or 5
images from the thumb bar.
Is this workflow clear?

Cheers, Wolfgang

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