[Digikam-devel] [Bug 270158] tag assigned to wrong photo
sleeplessregulus at hetnet.nl
Tue May 31 11:14:31 BST 2011
--- Comment #8 from Rinus Bakker <sleeplessregulus hetnet nl> 2011-05-31 12:14:29 ---
Marcel, did you see the video till the end?
It is not about what I want to do. It is about what I do not want to
happen i.e. applying the tag ¨cruel cat¨ to the lovely bird while I did
not drop it there, and visa versa.
Look at the tags beneath the pictures at the end of the video.
I understand perfectly how it is programmed, but (don´t shoot the
messenger) for an application with professional aspirations is this
can´t make it any clearer.
Op 30-05-11 20:35, Marcel Wiesweg schreef:
> --- Comment #7 from Marcel Wiesweg<marcel wiesweg gmx de> 2011-05-30 20:35:29 ---
> Ok, the video seems to tell me where the problem is.
> First, lets define to states: "checked" means there is a checkmark in the
> checkbox, "selected" means the tag is drawn in blue, while all other tags are
> white. The two are independent.
> It seems your aim is to drag three tags in a batch on a picture. That does not
> work current, because the tree view is single-selection; only one tag is
> selected at a time, and you only drag one single item. There is a wish here on
> b.k.o. to have multiple selection.
> Now you use the menu entry which says "Select Parents" but which in fact with
> the above terminology checks the tag. This operation always refers to the
> currently selected items, but the checkbox has no connection at all to the
> drag-drop behavior.
> So, if you want to assign three tags to n items, select all items (you have
> multiple selection here) and then check the relevant tags, you can do this with
> the context menu.
> With drag-drop, you can only apply one tag (to n items) at a time at the
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