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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000088||GeoSetter||User Interface||public||2008-01-01 23:07||2008-01-03 01:52|
|Product Version||2.2.4 release|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version||2.2.5 release|
|Summary||0000088: Display of several selected images|
|Description||When I select several images and I go on the map to set a particular spot, the list of highlighted pictures "disappears". There is no way to tell which pictures were selected before I click on the button that sets the GPS coordinates.|
Just in case, I use the Eos theme.
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||I'm not sure if I understand it correctly. When the file list loses the focus, for example by clicking in the map, the color of the selection frame on each selected image changes from blue to another color. The selection is still visible, but not very good, especially with EOS scheme. Is this what you mean?|
Yes, that's it.
When the list loses the focus, the selected items have a grey border very similar to other images. Only the last selected image has a yellow border.
Well then there will be a solution for the selected pictures. But what about the picture markers on the maps windows ?
If i may ask for a new feature : Show all selected pictures with green markers on the map. It might be difficult or even not feasible becaus all changes have to be done in realtime in the IE-Maps window. But you can find all selected picture at a glance on the maps window.
For your information, I use the feature in the following way :
1 - Select all pictures that need to be tagged on the same location
2 - Browse the map to set the marker
3 - Apply the position to the selected pictures
The problem is that I sometimes wonder at step 3 if I correctly selected all the pitures.
The border color of selected images won't change when losing the focus anymore now.
> If i may ask for a new feature : Show all selected pictures
> with green markers on the map. It might be difficult or even
> not feasible becaus all changes have to be done in realtime
> in the IE-Maps window. But you can find all selected picture
> at a glance on the maps window.
As you mentioned already, showing markers on the map will take some time. For changing a marker from blue to green, it would be necessary to remove the blue marker (and destroy it in memory) first and then show a completely new marker. So I think I won't do it...
|2008-01-01 23:07||Arnaud||New Issue|
|2008-01-01 23:54||Friedemann||Status||new => assigned|
|2008-01-01 23:54||Friedemann||Assigned To||=> Friedemann|
|2008-01-01 23:58||Friedemann||Note Added: 0000165|
|2008-01-01 23:58||Friedemann||Status||assigned => feedback|
|2008-01-02 09:01||Arnaud||Note Added: 0000170|
|2008-01-02 19:44||drose||Note Added: 0000181|
|2008-01-02 21:48||Arnaud||Note Added: 0000185|
|2008-01-02 23:54||drose||Note Edited: 0000181|
|2008-01-03 01:28||Friedemann||Status||feedback => resolved|
|2008-01-03 01:28||Friedemann||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2008-01-03 01:28||Friedemann||Note Added: 0000188|
|2008-01-03 01:52||Friedemann||Status||resolved => feedback|
|2008-01-03 01:52||Friedemann||Resolution||fixed => reopened|
|2008-01-03 01:52||Friedemann||Status||feedback => resolved|
|2008-01-03 01:52||Friedemann||Fixed in Version||=> 2.2.5|
|2008-01-03 01:52||Friedemann||Resolution||reopened => fixed|