[Spam] Re: [KPhotoAlbum] Setting dates fails
Risto H. Kurppa
risto at kurppa.fi
Sat Sep 30 08:15:02 BST 2006
Am I the only one who keeps losing dates?
I re-installed my whole system and installed the latest KPA - and no
changes, if I change any tag for a single picture, the date's gone.
This is annoying (I'm sure you understand..)..
rhk at ribantu:~/KPhotoAlbum-src$ svn info
Repository Root: svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde
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Last Changed Date: 2006-09-29 06:17:16 +0300 (pe, 29 syys 2006)
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rhk at ribantu:~/KPhotoAlbum-src$
2006/9/27, Risto H. Kurppa <risto at kurppa.fi>:
> I've told Jesper that I'm losing dates from my images if I change the
> date or change anything for a single image (Ctrl - 1), If you have the
> same problem (check Maintainance - Display Images With Incomplete
> Dates - Search for images with missing date and time), you can be
> This is what happens here:
> On 9/23/06, Jesper K. Pedersen <blackie at blackie.dk> wrote:
> > On Thursday 14 September 2006 07:09, Risto H. Kurppa wrote:
> > | Hi!
> > |
> > | If I select multiple images and set a date space (08.08.2006 -
> > | 12.08.2006) for them in the annotation dialog and click OK, then open
> > | either the annotation dialog for a single image or preview the image,
> > | the date is not set.
> > Well something you do differently.
> > I do this:
> > - I start kpa using -demo
> > - I select view images
> > - I choose the first three images (the two with me when I was younger, and the
> > one with my electrical eel)
> > - I press Ctrl+2
> > - I then press the mouse in the from field, typing 8/8-2006
> > - I press tab to get to the to field
> > - I type 12/8-2006
> > - I move the mouse to the OK button and presses OK
> > - I press Ctrl+1
> > The date is set just fine on all the images.
> I did the same. There are no new dates in the images when I go to see
> them with Ctrl+1 but only the old ones. And when I've scrolled through
> these three images and scroll back from the last to the first - the
> dates are gone! No more dates, the date fields are empty.
> > |
> > | It I set the date only for one image, before I change anything, it
> > | uses the file date. I set the date in the annotation dialog, click OK.
> > | Now when I open the annotation dialog again (or the image preview
> > | window) - the image doesn't have a date at all.
> > Again start the app
> > - I select the first image.
> > - I press Ctrl+1
> > - I follow the steps above to set 8/8-2006 to 12/8-2006
> > And that just works fine for me too.
> But doesn't for me - when I press Ctrl-1 again, the date's gone.
> As far as I found out, changing anything in a single image makes the
> dates disappear but tagging more than one image at a time (Ctrl-2)
> keeps the dates - but doesn't either change them, even if I wanted..
> This way I have now some images without dates (well, readable from
> EXIF's but..) since I've tagged some individual files.
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