[digiKam-users] filtering pictures modified today

Marc Palaus marcpalaus at hotmail.com
Sat Jul 23 00:45:49 BST 2022

In my case, I have a simple script that wraps digikam during startup, 
reads the output log, and lists which files have been added and which 
files have been removed during that launch. Maybe there could be a way 
of saving these lists of pictures as a saved search?

El 22/7/22 a les 16:49, Maik Qualmann ha escrit:
> 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.
> Maik
> 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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