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yes, switch in your album, top right menu select “set custom order”, now you can select the thumbnails, hold an move to the desired position. Then use back, and the new order will be saved.Or on the top you can save it too.
Hi, perhaps this helps some of you.
Because of this problem, I rename all the pictures und videos I take with my phone to this format: “20160706_150913_orig_name” – automatically. So I can modify them with any tool, it can do wathever it want, but the filename won’t be changed by nearly all tools.
Within fstop I’m using ‘sorting by name descending’. So I haven’t any problem with the timestamp. Even it is irrelevant from the timestamp of the file itself with will be changed by most tools to current time (also copying fotos to a new phone, the file timestamp will be set to the current, new time).
I do this with this nice little app: “DSC Auto Rename”. It take, delayed by about 5 seconds, the exif timestamp to rename the pic. If it hasn’t a timestamp inside, it takes the file-timestamp instead. You can set the folders and filemasks/patterns it should use. Great litte Tool for free. With a gadget It also contains a widget to start renaming with one touch, not only triggered by camera.
KlausJanuary 17, 2016 at 9:20 am in reply to: Picture thumbnail refresh after editing with an external App #6657
perhaps an option to switch this on and off would be nice – should be set on a wishlist 🙂January 17, 2016 at 8:37 am in reply to: Picture thumbnail refresh after editing with an external App #6655
Hi thanks! It works now fine. Also loving the new ‘Details’ Dialog – great!
But now, if I’m in picture view (single pic), now the device wouldn’t turn off.
nexus6, fstop 4.4.2