Tag hierarchy confusion

Richard B. Emerson svowtw at gmail.com
Fri Feb 9 15:17:50 GMT 2018

Sigh... my error. I'm using *captions* when I run into the hierarchy issue.
Back to /house. /house/top|bottom|front|back... I have a picture of the
house, it shows some niggling detail I don't want to caption /house/detail
- /house is enough. At the moment, if I use /house, *all* sub-tags are
checked, too. I looked through the on-line manual, searching on "context"
and searching on "hierarch" without find the option to turn off "tag off
all sub-tags. What am I doing wrong?

On Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 9:14 AM, Richard B. Emerson <svowtw at gmail.com> wrote:

> Gotit. Great thanks!
> On Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 2:32 AM, Gilles Caulier <caulier.gilles at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Look context menu from tags hierarchy. There is an option to tag all
>> keywords from tree automatically or not.
>> Gilles Caulier
>> 2018-02-09 6:37 GMT+01:00 Richard B. Emerson <svowtw at gmail.com>:
>>> (short time listener, first time caller)
>>> I'm going through the arduous task of making sense of... same old story.
>>> My problem is with the hierarchy of tags. Specifically, I want to use
>>> only a root level tag with a picture. That is, the picture belongs to the
>>> root tag, but none of the branches. In other words the root tag is being
>>> used as "group of all things (root tag name)". For example /house has
>>> sub-tags front, back, bottom, top or /house/front /house/back, etc. I have
>>> a picture that I want to tag only as /house. At the moment, if I click on
>>> /house, all sub-tags (front, back, top, and bottom) are also marked. I'm
>>> sure that earlier, if I clicked on /house, that's all that was marked.
>>> Somewhere in my learning process I seem to have set "click on root, get
>>> all branches" in using tags.
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