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« Reply #25 on: April 06, 2019, 12:38 »
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I just updated it and it works like charm. Thanks for it.  :)

I still wish that there were two buttons introduced in "to Edit" page.
1- a "Add All" button on "please refine.. (keywords)" area so that we can add the keywords in one click.
2- a "Next" navigation button to move forward to the next image to edit. Currently we need to close the window and open the next "to edit" image. Current process is little time consuming.

Thanks very much for reporting back.

Re. your suggestions:

1. "Add All" button. Not sure what you mean. Say there is a keyword with choice of 5 different meanings to refine. Would you want all these meanings to be added as keywords? (if so, I can say already that Getty would never allow this ;)

2. Very good idea. I like it! Added to my list.

Thanks for considering the point #2

For 1st, I usually click one keyword at a time to add it to the main list. How about adding the main keywords only (the ones which I added). The keywords which I add are relevant and works well. Is it possible to add them all? I dont want them to see in "please refine" section. Hope this makes sense.


« Reply #26 on: April 06, 2019, 13:17 »
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Franky, I have one suggestion.
When adding keywords to selected, multi, files it will be great to have 2 options:
- add keywords to all selected images - existing solution
- add keywords only images where the keyword was present - new option. For example if 'background' is present in all selected images this word will be added. But 'yellow' and 'red' which are in 2 individual images will be added only once.
Thanks.

I got a similar question/suggestion on a different forum.
It makes a lot of sense.
The current system is great if you're manually adding keywords. In that case, you likely expect the keywords you enter + disambiguate to be added to all selected images.

However, in workflows like you probably have, where keywords are already in the IPTC data, you just want to disambiguate.
It would really speed things up if you could select all files that you added, and go through the right hand list to "bulk" disambiguate, but respecting which files had the keyword and which did not.

I guess that's what you mean, right?

I won't/can't change the default behavior, but could add the functionality with e.g. Ctrl-click or similar.
Exactly.
I have IPTC data embedded but I have to ''disambiguate". When I have a large number of files that have many, but not all, similar keywords it makes sense to disambiguate common part only once but don't touch/add what is different (this will be disambiguated one by one).

« Reply #27 on: May 11, 2019, 03:24 »
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Hi Franky, I need to know where can I find all the list of shortcuts for deepmeta?
I cannot find them.

Thanks in advance

« Reply #28 on: May 12, 2019, 03:47 »
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You're right, I should publish these on the site or in the software (or both).

Until then, here's my own internal list. First Windows, below for Mac:

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  DEEPMETA SHORTCUTS
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%   

WINDOWS:

- Global:
  - Ctrl-N: Create batch
  - Ctrl-O: Add files
  - Ctrl-Z: Undo
  - Ctrl-Y: Redo
  - Ctrl-F: Find: activates the search input at the top right of the DeepMeta window

- Batch list:
  - ENTER: view files in batch
  - Ctrl-ENTER: edit batch details
  - DEL: delete selected batches
  - Ctrl-B: open browser and view ESP page

- File list:
  - ENTER: edit file details
  - DEL: delete selected files
  - Ctrl-B: open browser and view ESP page
  - Ctrl-U: move files to the Upload queue
  - Ctrl-E: toggle preview between Info/Edit mode
  - Alt-G: switch preview to Edit mode, General tab
  - Alt-K: switch preview to Edit mode, Keywording tab. Set focus on the keyword input box
  - Alt-R: switch preview to Edit mode, Releases tab
  - Alt-Key Down: move to next file in the list (when working in the right-hand edit panel)
  - Alt-Key Up: move to previous file in the list (when working in the right-hand edit panel)

- Release list:
  - ENTER: edit Release details
  - DEL: delete selected Releases

- Review list:
  - DEL: delete selected Reviews
  - Ctrl-B: open browser and view ESP page

- Statement list:
  - DEL: delete selected Royalty Statements

- File Details Window:
  - Ctrl-K: fetch keyword suggestions based on words in keyword box or (if empty) based on title
  - ESC: Close the details window
  - Alt-K: set focus on the keyword input box
  - Alt-Down: Move list selection to next item (only a single item may be selected in the list and no dropdown box may be focused)
  - Alt-Up: Move list selection to next item (only a single item may be selected in the list and no dropdown box may be focused)

MAC:

- Global:
  - Cmd-N: Create batch
  - Cmd-O: Add files
  - Cmd-Z: Undo
  - Shitf-Cmd-Z: Redo
  - Cmd-F: Find: activates the search input at the top right of the DeepMeta window

- Batch list:
  - ENTER: view files in batch
  - Cmd-ENTER: edit batch details
  - DEL: delete selected batches
  - Cmd-B: open browser and view ESP page

- File list:
  - ENTER: edit file details
  - DEL: delete selected files
  - Cmd-B: open browser and view ESP page
  - Cmd-U: move files to the Upload queue
  - Cmd-E: toggle preview between Info/Edit mode
  - Cmd-K: if in Edit mode: fetch keyword suggestions based on words in keyword box or (if empty) based on title
  - Alt-G: switch preview to Edit mode, General tab
  - Alt-K: switch preview to Edit mode, Keywording tab. Set focus on the keyword input box,
  - Alt-R: switch preview to Edit mode, Releases tab

- Release list:
  - ENTER: edit Release details
  - DEL: delete selected Releases

- Review list:
  - DEL: delete selected Reviews
  - Cmd-B: open browser and view ESP page

- Statement list:
  - DEL: delete selected Royalty Statements

- File Details Window:
  - Cmd-K: fetch keyword suggestions based on words in keyword box or (if empty) based on title
  - Alt-Down: Move list selection to next item (only a single item may be selected in the list and no input box may be focused)
  - Alt-Up: Move list selection to next item (only a single item may be selected in the list and no input box may be focused)
  - ESC: Close the details window


 

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