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August 13, 2022 at 2:07 am in reply to: select WHICH exif data is displayed in f-stop views #8378
I would love this feature as well.
I only now spot that the search does support the Title field, would Description be easy to add?
I’m interested in this as well. As there are frequent updates now I hope this better exif editor is operational soon!
No updates on this request?
Not sure if they appreciate me sharing a link, but apkmirror.com is what I believe to be a reliable storage and has a great search function.
I run ACDSee on pc to manage photos that are stored on or are synced to my diskstation. However I hardly fire up my laptop anymore and do most using f-stop.
I have an older diskstation, but I believe new DSM supports Syncthing that can replace DS Sync well.
Hello iostrym, unfortunately it has been silent for some time now. What I did is download the v5.3.24 apk file (from a reliable source) and disable auto-update of the app. This version does not have this problem.
Really hope support is picked up again. Actually hoping for some nice new features as I still fully believe in F-Stop. I have moved on to a new tablet and use it even more now. In fact one of the reasons to buy an android tablet versus an apple one is the very existance of F-Stop! In my research I was unable to find anything close to F-Stop on iOs.
I use DSCloud to sync my photos with my Synology Diskstation. This (on older android versions) has to be stored in /android/data/com.synology.dscloud. The standard media scan does not have access to that.
Initially this was not set to media store scanning, but did encounter this issue. I have tried testing with it but my photo folders are not in a location accessible for this android version. So I would then not have access and could not test.
I have done a lot of tagging now back on version v5.3.24 and this is running smooth!
Hello, an update for my side regarding this issue. It was driving me mad, I have tried everything I could think of but nothing worked. I have now gone back to v5.3.24 and disabled auto-update of the app. I have not encountered the issue so far, although may be it’s too early to conclude it certainly looks like it is related to a change in v5.3.27.
Hope this helps you to identify what it could be and provide a fix in a next version. If there’s any more info I can provide to help please let me know.
And to be clear; it does not happen all the time. Sometimes each edit, sometimes it works smoothly for 10 edits in a row.
Now I was able to reproduce.
– autosave is off
– tagged 2 images and just confirmed by selecting the ‘check’ icon. So did not save metadata yet.
– folder is now shown empty
I was set to ‘custom scanning’. Is this a new setting?
I have set it to ‘media store’, but in changing that setting all is rebuild. Which with 46000+ photo’s takes more than a day. And I still had the same issue.
When having it set to not autosave, I believe images disappeared after saving. However now trying to reproduce to be exact in my answer I do not see this behaviour. Scanning type is set to ‘custom scanning’ now.
The folder does show, but with 0 images and folder thumbnail becomes blank.
Thanks for the quick response!March 29, 2020 at 3:09 am in reply to: Media Viewer: Use gestures/swipes up and down to show image details and rating #7826
Same +1 as in 2018 😁
Since you seem to have been updating this awesome app recently, any chance you are working on this feature?
F-stop is still my main photo viewer and manager! Using a pc based application mainly to do this mass update.
Even though I have become used to all the steps to go through when I want to edit the image description, I would still love to see an option to get there quicker. Any chance you can do this? Even if it’s just an ‘image details’ button on the main screen, or moving this option up on the menu…