Reply To: Re: Plain UI 2012-07-05T14:57:25+00:00

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While UI is nice but in case of hundreds of tags it becomes really inconvenient.

I assume you refer to the main window (aka desktop) becoming cluttered.

Are you aware you can hide tabbles from the main window?

It there a plan (a chance) to build (may be alternative ? for those who interested in productivity more than in nice looking) a l pain grid interface:
– Tabbles become rows in a grid;

Could you explain what problem would this solve? (Are you aware of the function which arranges tabbles by name? This creates a sequential layout, only more compact than the one you suggest.)

– Files in browsed takes only one row in a greed ? file name, location on the disk and tags assigned.

Again, what problem would this solve?

– All these grids are normal scrollable grids ? up and down arrows which completely redraw the window are slow and inconvenient.

That’s very difficult to achieve since in general the list could contain thousands of files. So the list-item for those files cannot exist in memory at the same time. Hence the current solution which only allows you to page down.

But Tagges periodically run background process to scan this drive; I kill it and Tagges runs it again.

This looks like a bug. Could you be more precise? Do you mean that, from time to time, in the "active tasks" window, you see an entry "applying rules recursively to folder F:"? (where F: is the drive letter).

Does this rescanning only happen for the removable drive? Does this only happen when you attach it, or also some other time?

And I can?t delete the table for this drive.

Why do you feel the need to delete the disk-tabble? Only as a workaround for the above bug, of for some other reason?

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