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  • Andrea
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    Hi there,

    I recommend you use regular expressions for complex filtering:

    https://tabbles.net/wiki/index.php/Regular_expressions

    Andrea
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    Hi there,

    Thanks for you interest here 🙂

    you’ll find that string on this window. In general, use the same lower/upper case as you see in the English text, without worrying  too much. Otherwise, be VERY careful about {T} or [N] or (T) or {PRODUCT} or {PRODUCTURL} or {BUGSURL}, as explained in the post on top, because messing up with those can get the software to crash…

    Thanks!

    Andrea

     

     

    Andrea
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    in reply to: Page Indicator #15032

    Hi there,

    no it’s not, but the source code for the Chrome Extension is on Github, so you’re welcome to play with it – if you add something to it will be happy to update it 🙂

    https://github.com/tabbles/Tabbles-Chrome-Extension

    Andrea
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    @rbarkerjr

    what do you think of how we implemented the comments, in Tabbles 5?
    Andrea
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    Hi Pwincy,

    this has been fixed in Tabbles 5.4.5, please update to the latest version.

    Andrea
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    Hi Baston,

    this has been fixed in Tabbles 5.4.5, please update to the latest version.

    Andrea
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    Hi there,

    no we don’t have anything like this – but this could be implemented in our Chrome extension (as an extra development feature)

    Andrea
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    Hi there,

    this is a know bug, for now you can right click on a file, click “Comments” and paste there.

    Andrea
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    This is a known bug… we’ll get to it.

    If you want to paste, for now right click on the file in Tabbles and click on “Comments”, there you can paste with Ctrl + V

    Andrea
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    I understand. I don’t think we’re developing a 4th group of tags.

    I recommend you the following Strategy: create a tag and call it “.All” and put all the tags you do not want to use often, and leave all the other tags at “top level”.

    Andrea
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    Hi,

    why do you want to have a 4th group? What problem are you trying to solve?

    Andrea
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    Hi there,

    I’m not sure of what you mean exactly, but I guess that the problem is, when you create a new file on the NAS, the auto-tagging rule isn’t triggered?

    If that’s the case, this most likely depends on the file system of the NAS: in order for an auto-tagging rule to be triggered, Windows needs to receive a message that a new file has been created, using a technology called FileSystemWatcher. This works only on the file systems that Windows can handle (NTFS and FAT/FAT32). If you’re using an EXT file system on your NAS (very likely as it’s a Linux box), the FileSystemWatcher won’t get messages, as far as I know.

    An easy solution would be converting that disk to NTFS (you can do it with several tools).


    If I didn’t understand your question, so please elaborate a bite more 🙂

    Andrea
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    Hi there,

    let’s see:

    • Make it possible to mark files with Shift + cursor keys

    We preferred to focus on mouse + alt/shift keys, as those are the most widely used. Not sure you noticed, but you can do click and then shift+click to add a list of files or ctrl+click to add a second one.

    • Let the file view window scroll down while marking files by dragging the mouse while holding down left mouse button
    • substract tags by clicking on them with the mouse while holding down a key. Right clicking can quite a hassle if I want to substract many tags.
    • respect picture rotation in the preview pane

    What do you mean with this last one, about the picture rotation? Can you please elaborate?

    Andrea
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    Hi there,

    thanks for the contribution. This feature would add too much complication in our code and in the GUI too.

    The easiest workaround is that you in nest all the months under the tag “Months” and then you rename them to:

    • 01_January
    • 02_February

    etc.

    And the same for all the tags where you need a sorting that is different than alphabetical (which are probably very few).

    Andrea
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    in reply to: combining tags #14910

    Hi there,

    Not sure I understand the question, but I believe so, yes.

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