Removing image from the database (after deleting picture)
metzpinguin at gmail.com
Mon Feb 5 17:49:01 GMT 2018
DigiKam-5.9.0 includes a workaround that checks if the move operation will
fail and does not move the image inside the database. The notification
indicates whether errors occurred while moving.
Am Montag, 5. Februar 2018, 18:31:11 CET schrieb Robert McFetridge:
> A quick check shows that the two thumbnails exist on both albums . . .
> the source and target for a move. What I discovered was a collision of
> file names as I had foolishly tried to complete a move before applying
> unique file names. The original images in the target album do not
> appear at all in the digikam thumbnails but when I look at the folder on
> the hard drive the original files are still in the target and the
> transferred files are not. No warning appeared when I made the move
> using digikam.
> On 02/05/2018 09:12 AM, Robert McFetridge wrote:
> > I'm having the same issue and I am using Ubuntu Mate. I only noticed
> > yesterday and I haven't had time to take a closer look at the problem.
> > On 02/05/2018 09:04 AM, woenx wrote:
> >> I am currently refreshing and cleaning the whole database, let's see if
> >> that works, although it's going to take a while.
> >> But basically that's what I did. Using windows file manager, I moved some
> >> pictures from one folder to another. Then in digikam (which was already
> >> open), I refreshed the original album in order to get rid of the removed
> >> pictures, but nothing happened, they are still there. I also re-read the
> >> metadata for that album, to no avail.
> >> I think they should disappear automatically or at least have some option
> >> to
> >> "update" the contents of the album.
> >> I'm using digikam 5.8.0 on Windows 10 64 bit, by the way.
> >> --
> >> Sent
> >> from:http://digikam.1695700.n4.nabble.com/digikam-users-f1735189.html
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