[digiKam-users] filtering pictures modified today

Maik Qualmann metzpinguin at gmail.com
Fri Jul 22 21:49:08 BST 2022

Bug 392801 is slightly different from the problem of finding recently modified 
files here. Since we don't have a "first seen" date in the database, it would be 
conceivable to do a search backwards by the highest image ID. Because the 
images with the highest image ID was be the last ones added. I don't like the 
scan statistics in a dialog that has to be clicked away. Another solution 
would have to be found. The idea of a log that can be displayed has also been 
brought up by users.


Am Freitag, 22. Juli 2022, 20:57:30 CEST schrieb Marc Palaus:
> I always thought that one of the best time range selectors was the one
> in Grafana: https://imgur.com/a/0n6Osa3 although I don't think we need
> anything that complex for digikam.
> But in that line of thought, I always think it would be useful to know
> which pictures have been added from the last import (I use a shared
> library, and a few family members can add pictures). These pictures not
> always the latest one chronologically, as someone could add a picture
> taken a year ago, and in that case, it's very difficult to detect.
> I opened a feature request a few years ago with that idea:
> https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=392801
> El 22/7/22 a les 14:39, Maik Qualmann ha escrit:
> > I like the idea of searching for files that have changed in the last few
> > hours. I would implement it in the way of entering the hours how far
> > back. Another idea?
> > 
> > Maik
> > 
> > Am Freitag, 22. Juli 2022, 18:16:01 CEST schrieb Marc Palaus:
> >> It would actually be quite convenient to be able to use relative time
> >> periods like Today, This week and This month and use them in searches.

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