aegoreev at gmail.com
Wed Mar 15 03:22:10 GMT 2017
If you could record your screen and share the video with us that would help to understand the issue.
I have never seen anything like that.
Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.
-------- Original message --------From: YGPC <ygpc at hushmail.com> Date: 2017-03-14 6:16 PM (GMT-07:00) To: digiKam - Home Manage your photographs as a professional with the power of open source <digikam-users at kde.org> Subject: Re:
Sent on: 15 March 2017, at 01:16 pm
did use the "Collection" way but all I
go was the 'head" folder so to speak, none of the
sub-folders or individual photo/image files, any
suggestions on why this happened
On 15/03/17 12:26, Andrew Goodbody
OK, this sounds like you are trying to do the wrong
thing. For photos on the computer, you add that location as a
'Collection' to digiKam, you do not 'Import' them. Importing will
make a copy of the images and is used to bring in photos from an
external source eg camera or flash card etc.
On 14/03/17 22:58, YGPC wrote:
I do have all the required permissions, like can read and write
drives, so can't be that. I did in between writing back and
Digikam to find the Photos folder, click to import and all that
imported was the main folder, "Photos" no sub folders and it has
duplicated the Photos folder about 40 times, each folder called
being a sub folder of the previous!
Have spent hours on this and about ready to just delete all and
everything associated with DigiKam and look for something that
unless you can convince me otherwise. I see I am not alone with
On 15/03/17 11:48, Andreas T. Ege wrote:
On 14.03.2017 22:05, YGPC wrote:
Have just installed Digikam 5 on Ubuntu, my photo folder in
separate drive (within the computer, not external USB etc)
can't "see" the other drive, just only sees the system drive
import. Any chance of a suggestion, if so, greatly
Have tried ALL found suggestions, nothing works for me!
maybe some more information about the hard drive(s), system
what "ALL found suggestions" that are not working are?
Besides the suggested mount possibility I would think about
as a first step. You might have tried that, if running digikam
does find the drive/ folders it would suggest a permission
Another try is to right click on one of the images in your
"open with" digikam. At least you'd then know whether digikam
actually "see" the images or not.
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