[Digikam-users] Select/unselect a bit too small

Marie-Noëlle Augendre mnaugendre at gmail.com
Mon Nov 25 07:31:51 GMT 2013

I would like very much such a feature.It would be very handy.

If I'm not mistaken, I think Picasa (desktop version) has it too.
And Piwigo for managing the gallery online; with the addition that, using
filters, you can make any automatic selection you can then add to the

It would be wonderful with Digikam, as it already provides many ways to
select different pictures around with filters or advanced search. With
functions such as 'add to basket' / ' remove from basket' ... I'm already
longing for it! :-)


2013/11/25 Nicolas MF <nicolasmf at gmail.com>

> Hello,
> Sorry to bump in after so much has been said. I only wanted to say that
> I've often had the problem Marie-Noelle describes (that is: performing a
> large selection of separate thumbnails from within a folder with many
> pictures) using Ctrl-clic but, wince I release Ctrl to scroll down,
> sometimes I'd miss the combination and loose my selection.
> This has reminded me of the single thing I miss from my ACDsee days under
> windows: the picture basket. It was (is?) a small panel under the
> thumbnails where I could drag&drop pictures creating thus a list. When I
> was done going through all pictures (which could belong to different
> albums), I applied whatever tag or modification to all at once. The great
> thing about it was that once in the basket, the selection wouldn't get away
> by accident. And I would only move to the basket as many images as I had on
> the screen at a given time, so no fear of losing anything when scrolling.
> I think that would be a great addition to digikam.
> Nicolas

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