Tagging in browser vs. tagging in image view

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Tagging in browser vs. tagging in image view

Postby vitar » Sat Mar 29, 2008 8:22 pm

"Officially" tagging is enabled in browser view only (as Help says). Nevertheless, in image view Insert button also works and such files appeared to have marks in tag boxes (in browser view). However, these marks are "phantoms": in status bar only the files tagged in browser view counted and these marks disappear when directory change (unlike "real" tag marks).
(XnView 1.93.4, Win XP Pro)
Is there any other way to tag or select files when viewing them? I think this would be a very useful option.
Thank you.

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Re: Tagging in browser vs. tagging in image view

Postby marsh » Sun Mar 30, 2008 12:53 am

vitar wrote:Is there any other way to tag or select files when viewing them? I think this would be a very useful option.
Thank you.

The browser's fullscreen preview. Highlight a file + F11 key. Tagging an image there will be remembered.

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Re: Tagging in browser vs. tagging in image view

Postby vitar » Sun Mar 30, 2008 1:20 pm

marsh wrote:The browser's fullscreen preview. Highlight a file + F11 key. Tagging an image there will be remembered.

Thanks, but what is "browser's fullscreen preview"? There's either fullscreen view of an image or small preview window in the browser. :?

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Re: Tagging in browser vs. tagging in image view

Postby marsh » Sun Mar 30, 2008 1:33 pm

vitar wrote:
marsh wrote:The browser's fullscreen preview. Highlight a file + F11 key. Tagging an image there will be remembered.

Thanks, but what is "browser's fullscreen preview"? There's either fullscreen view of an image or small preview window in the browser. :?

There are 2 non-identical fullscreen views. It all depends on what your starting point is when launching a file. The quickest way to see which one you are using is to see if you can edit or select an area of the screen with mouse. Use the key combination above for the alternate fullscreen view. I don't have the program in front of me at the moment, so please search for 'dual fullscreen' or similar. Good luck.

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Re: Tagging in browser vs. tagging in image view

Postby xnview » Sun Mar 30, 2008 2:51 pm

vitar wrote:Is there any other way to tag or select files when viewing them? I think this would be a very useful option.

You have ctrl+T to tag file while viewing...
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Re: Tagging in browser vs. tagging in image view

Postby vitar » Sun Mar 30, 2008 3:05 pm

xnview wrote:
vitar wrote:Is there any other way to tag or select files when viewing them? I think this would be a very useful option.

You have ctrl+T to tag file while viewing...

Unfortunately this make only the same "phantom" marks as I described above - not files are tagged :(
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Re: Tagging in browser vs. tagging in image view

Postby xnview » Mon Mar 31, 2008 6:57 am

vitar wrote:
xnview wrote:
vitar wrote:Is there any other way to tag or select files when viewing them? I think this would be a very useful option.

You have ctrl+T to tag file while viewing...

Unfortunately this make only the same "phantom" marks as I described above - not files are tagged :(

Ok right!
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Re: Tagging in browser vs. tagging in image view

Postby timoteo » Fri Jun 21, 2013 10:15 pm

HI, I was just wondering if this issue was ever resolved? I am running version 1.98.8, and realize there have been many releases since then, so am hoping this is the case. If not (which would be dumbfounding to me), is there some other method/mechanism that allows you to mark and "collect" photos from your various directories?

Thanks,
Tim


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