[Digikam-users] Question about tagging

Peter Shute pshute at nuw.org.au
Sun Dec 27 18:18:07 GMT 2009

That's what I'd do, maybe adding the date of the transition.  Perhaps "Jane Smith (née Jones)" is a format many people would understand, English speakers, at least.

I don't have the program here to check, but I think I noticed that when you modify a tag, it jumps to the top of the tag tree when you save it. Annoying if you're changing a lot of them. That's 1.0.0 beta5, it might have been fixed since.

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> Datum: Sun, 27 Dec 2009 11:18:47 +0100
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> Betreff: [Digikam-users] Question about tagging

> Hi *
> I ran into a little "problem". A friend of mine married recently and
> changed 
> her family name to the name of her husband. 
> How do you guys deal with that? I don't want two tags for the same person.
> Do 
> you just extend the existing tag?
> Thanks
> Andreas

You could change the currend tag to "OldName-NewName". So you don't need a new tag but you have both names.

Which you a goot start in the new year.

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