[digikam] [Bug 320666] Add search of similar images outside digiKam collections [patch]

Mario Frank bugzilla_noreply at kde.org
Fri Jan 6 15:20:37 GMT 2017


--- Comment #32 from Mario Frank <mario.frank at uni-potsdam.de> ---
(In reply to Simon from comment #31)
> What I described in Duplicates was wrong. The main image was a grouped
> image, so it was hidden (http://i.imgur.com/JKOkJx7.png), but it was
> actually there (http://i.imgur.com/2d3OFpM.png). If this is an issue at all,
> it is definitely a separate one.
> I think using a value of 101 is confusing. If one does not know what it
> signifies it looks like a bug. I would just assign a similarity of 100. That
> way the main image is still at least in the top group, and when the one
> potentially above has a similarity of 100, so is anyway identical.
> The "binary" problem in the image view looks like this:
> http://i.imgur.com/r1dhZLq.png
> It really is binary, if I use a range below 50% all images have similarity 0
> and a similarity 100 for range above 50%.

Hey, the grouped image is something that would be some other issue, I think.
Could be something in the imagelister.
I changed the similarity of the original image to 100.00. I agree that this
could be confusing.

The "binary" problem is really strange. I cannot reproduce it. 
Can you run digikam from console? When you search for similar images, the
similarities are logged
with the digikam.database: prefix.

digikam.database: 181148 "42.4814%"

Are the values logged also binary?

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