[Digikam-users] Empty Albums
vivek.ap at gmail.com
Tue Apr 20 18:11:47 BST 2010
I don't know if this will help, but I ran into a similar problem once.
When I upgraded KDE from a repository and had digikam compiled from
sources, digikam stopped showing photos entirely in the album view.
It worked fine importing photos. Apparently, the problem was because
digikam pulled in file information from KDE, and the upgrade confused
things between the two (different version references or something).
If some of your albums do show photos, but others don't, this is
probably not the same problem.
In any case, writing your tags, etc. to the files and backing up your
photos/database is probably a good idea!
On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 5:46 PM, Errol Sapir <errol at tzora.co.il> wrote:
> I have a strange problem which I hope I can describe. My OS is Kubuntu
> Lucy with Digikam 1.1.0. I recently copied all my digital photos to an
> external hard drive and Digikam did an amazing job of scanning and
> recognizing all my albums. All seemed well.
> On going through the albums to tag them etc. I suddenly found that
> various albums had no pictures shown in Digikam. In the the album
> column, the number of photos for the album were correctly stated, on
> doing a search, photos in the "empty" album were found and displayed.
> The album seems to be empty, no photos in the centre box, no data in the
> right hand column. Just the name of the album in the left hand column
> with the (correct) number of photos in that album. Nothing I can do
> seems to enable Digikam to "see or show" these photos when browsing in
> the albums in Digikam. I even copied one or two albums to my home drive
> and the same phenomena occurred. No pictures could be viewed in Digikam.
> The albums "not viewed" have nothing in common. They are random albums
> with photos in them that are the same format as all the other photos I
> have. The photos are all jpg and visible in any other program including
> Showfoto. The RAW photos I have are all visible. As I said the phenomena
> is some few (about 6) albums and even renaming the album didn't bring
> the photos to life.
> Confused and hoping for a solution.
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