I don't agree. "All" is more than just plural. "Save to all files" is clearer. (edit: and I agree with Helmut's point in the other thread that clarity is more important than grammatical perfection)Erixx haxx wrote: Again,Honestly, This "Save to all files" Is Double plural words together and not needed....
Save to files, is the correct way
In reality, there is no unambiguous label for the button, because the number of files actually written will depend on the current changed values and on the settings for the options. It might be only one file actually written!
And while we are discussing button labels, the "change timestamps" dialogue calls them "write" and "write all". Is there a good reason that these sets of buttons are different, or should they use the same labels?
Can I suggest yet a different set of button labels: "Apply" and "Apply to all files". This would be strictly more accurate in the IPTC dialogue because you are applying the set of update rules to all files, but that might mean that you do not write or save to every file.