[Digikam-users] custom filter for files

Sveinn í Felli sveinki at nett.is
Thu Oct 24 09:34:10 BST 2013

Agree, a bit more info would be helpful.
Maybe he's thinking about something very simple, such as the 
"Export to Remote Computer" command. Which really should say 
"Export copy to a location outside the DigiKam collection 
branches" (but since it's a KIPI-plugin used for many other 
KDE applications, the name has to be generic).
Alhough I don't see an option to use "Export to Remote 
Computer" in a Batch Queue or any kind of saving outside of 
the collection tree.

Best regards,
Sveinn í Felli

Þann fim 24.okt 2013 08:03, skrifaði Marie-Noëlle Augendre:
> I'm not sure what you mean by 'custom tool'. It would be
> perhaps easier if you explain clearly what you want to do so
> we can answer with solutions Digikam can provide.
> The batch tool manager can put the output files anywhere in
> the Digikam collections. If you want to put them elsewhere,
> you have all the export functions to outside
> systems/galleries/whatever.
> Marie-Noëlle
> 2013/10/24 Yuri Samoilenko <kinnalru at gmail.com
> <mailto:kinnalru at gmail.com>>
>     Yes, 'batch mode' is powerful tool, but is is has
>     'custom tool'? for example file archiver?
>     2013/10/23 Marie-Noëlle Augendre <mnaugendre at gmail.com
>     <mailto:mnaugendre at gmail.com>>
>         Sorry for the misunderstanding.
>         Select all the pictures you want to work on and put
>         them in the batch tool manager. You can then apply
>         any tool to the whole batch of pictures.
>         Marie-Noëlle
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