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  • @Andrea
    Keymaster
    1 week, 3 days ago

    Hi there,

    I’ve just made a few tests and figured out what the problem is.

    To make a long story short, if you need an auto-tagging rule that is triggered when a file is put into a certain folder AND the file name contains certain letters (e.g. “-07”), then create/edit the auto-tagging rule from Tools > Auto-tagging rules
    We’re working to fix the issue of creating the rule while right-clicking on a folder.

    • This reply was modified 1 week, 3 days ago by  Andrea.
  • @Andrea
    Keymaster
    2 months, 1 week ago

    Hi Armin,

    the fastest way to do that is renaming (or deleting) the files:

    tabbles4.mdf
    tabbles4_log.ldf

    in:

    C:\Users\[your Windows user]\AppData\Local\Tabbles\LocalDb

    You need to do this with Tabbles turned off and maybe you’ll have to restart your pc after shutting Tabbles down as the LocalDB will still be running (and keeping them locked) after Tabbles is turned off.

  • @Andrea
    Keymaster
    4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Hi guys,

    we hear you, we’ll look into this 🙂

  • @Andrea
    Keymaster
    10 months, 2 weeks ago

    Hi,

    maybe what you’re looking for is in Options > Auto-tagging rules ?

  • @Andrea
    Keymaster
    10 months, 2 weeks ago

    Yes, the full path.
    If you’re in sharing group, in V4, Tabbles saves the path for every machine where the file is tagged.

  • @Andrea
    Keymaster
    1 year, 1 month ago

    Hi there,

    we never made any test with encrypted disk. In our next release (Tabbles 4) we won’t use the DiskID anymoer, we’ll release a beta later today.

  • @Andrea
    Keymaster
    1 year, 1 month ago

    Hi Eric,

    when you say “build a tag-cloud”, what do you refer to? Do you want to be able to see how “big” a tag is, meaning how much content it has?

    Please not that there is a tag tree inside Tabbles, showing all the existing tags.

  • @Andrea
    Keymaster
    1 year, 2 months ago

    Hi Brady,

    we have just fixed it.

    Thanks!

    Andrea

  • @Andrea
    Keymaster
    1 year, 3 months ago

    Hi xkat,

    if you have 200 tabbles and the quick-open is slow, then I guess this is a database quary that is slow. Are you using the cloud or your own SQL serve?

  • @Andrea
    Keymaster
    1 year, 3 months ago

    Microsoft SQL Express uses a bit over 500 MB of RAM.
    If it’s just you, at home, I suggest you stick to the Cloud… else, I suggest you find a Windows based NAS where you can have MS SQL Server running.

  • @Andrea
    Keymaster
    1 year, 3 months ago

    Hikari: it seems you’ve met a memory leak

    xkat: that slow-down is much likely due to the GUI slowin down, not to database/network slowdown, as all the tabbles are already in the tree, even if they’re hidden. What videocard do you have?

  • @Andrea
    Keymaster
    1 year, 3 months ago

    Hi Hikari,

    I believe this won’t work… have you tested it by now?

  • @Andrea
    Keymaster
    1 year, 3 months ago

    Thanks guys for the conversation – solid answer from you Hikari 🙂

    Xkat: what is exactly the problem you’re looking to solve? I’m asking this while the database querying performances have been surprisingly good (and indeed, we have a good technical understanding for that and therefore we’ve been able to optimize that quite a lot), on the other the shell extensions, which was re-written by 3 different people using 3 different techniques, has proven to be unstable slow, and generally unpredictable.

    Do you have issues with the shell extension(s)?

  • @Andrea
    Keymaster
    1 year, 10 months ago

    Hi there,

    2.5gb of memory is definitely not ok. Whether you started an auto-tagging rule that was scanning your whole hard-drive (in that case, as the rule is over, the RAM should go back on track) or you’re hit a memory leak.

    Let me know!

    Andrea

  • @Andrea
    Keymaster
    10 months ago

    Hi Ursus,

    You wrote:

    1) it seems there are some keys existing in French but in english: should I remove them?
    – those are deprecated, so you can delete them or leave them there… in any case they’re not used any longer.

    2) “detached disk” is it when the disk is not connected to the system such as a distant disk unconnected or an unplugged usb key?
    – Yes, that’s what it is.

    Thanks!
    Andrea

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