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  1. What exactly was the problem, Uwe? Version control basically does work for me in Build 2095, but when I have more than one version of the same image, the option View does not work for the oldest one (black screen while showing "Rendering"). I while ago, the client got hung, when I tried to Undo a checkout, but I did not further investigate into that issue and always use Check In now, even when I did not apply any changes to the item checked out. Even though, I did work several times, I believe, I had a problem once to Revert to this Revision in the Item Audit History, but since retrieving the old version manually from the hidden ~Versions subdirectory was easy, I also did not further follow up on this 😞 I do use Check Out - Check In quite a lot to keep track about modified images, but after I migrated from a standalone catalog to Home Server, all the information about those versions was lost. However, the hidden ~Versions folders still exist and in the rare case, I want to use an older version of an image, I manually copy it to the main folder.
  2. It seems to me, the following SQL statement reveals the IDs for all items which - for what reason, I don't know - did not get labeled and even when you select them again and choose Action -> Generate Labels, nothing happens: select * from cloudvision where value = '[ ]' The bracket space bracket ('[ ]'), is what I found in my database for all - or at least many - of those problematic items.
  3. As I said above, the second SQL statement shows you the item IDs, which you can easily enter in to Quick Search field, in order to find all information the item(s). Make sure to select 'Any Words' 'Item Id', deselect all other options and enter multiple IDs separated by a space.
  4. I noticed this too,and I'm glad not being the only one experiencing this issue 😎, but it seems those are less than 1% of all requests Just today, I worked with Valery to correct and catch the issue. From 90 items, I identified, he was able to get 78 tagged. Still 12 "refused" being tagged. If you are able, to use SQL, there two ways: 1. To see the number of requests for AI Labels this month (up to this second) to avoid exceeding the monthly free 1,000 requests, you can use. However, there is no guarantee, this number is exactly the same as Google's billing. So far, it was correct for me, but I just noticed, Google was counting 3 more than Daminion. Possibly a result of Valery's actions on the database today or two days ago. select COUNT(*) as CloudVision_requests_this_month from cloudvision c where enddate >= date_trunc('month', CURRENT_DATE); 2. To see more details, including the item ID: select c.id_mediaitem as ID, c.requesttime as requested, c.startdate as started, c.enddate as ended, c.error as error, c."value" as results from cloudvision c where enddate >= date_trunc('month', CURRENT_DATE) order by started;
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    Agree, but this gives me the confidence, it can and will be solved quickly.
  6. As far as I can see, it is working correctly after installing Build 2086 and 2089 👍.
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    Works correctly for me in Home Server 5.4 2086 (and 2089) when I access a catalog on the server, but I can confirm that Filename, File Size, Creation Datetime (and probably other tags) are not sorted correctly, when I open a local catalog. However, I just noticed another strange behavior: When you started the client in the past, it would open the same selection query, which was used, when you closed the client. Now, it opens always with the same query. In my case a certain project is selected. Very likely, it was the selection I used before upgrading to 2086. However, the "Sort By" selection (as requested in Settings.xml) as well as the sort direction stays as it was set when closing the client.
  8. To make it just a little easier: F3 rotates 90° counter clock wise or F4 clock wise (for those like me, who hate mouse clicks 😁 ) In theory, once the process to detect AI labels recognizes an object, it should also be able to understand its orientation .... or am I wrong? 🤔 Not only for scanned pictures. Some camera models (even some newer Nikon models) don't record an orientation tag and it drives me crazy, if the photographer is not consistent in making portrait style pictures - some with the left hand up, others vice versa.
  9. Agree, but more than 8GB doesn't seem to be necessary neither. I had the impression, using an SSD for Windows, all programs and thumbnail cach (while media items and PostgreSQL reside on a traditional hard disk) brought the biggest improvement in my case. But I also have a dual core 2.2GHz processor i5-5200U, which is more powerful than Rene's D510.
  10. @Peter, I agree and would prefer that too, since Alt-Tab is the fastest way to navigate between various windows! For that, I use a different approach: For the Map (as well as the Tags and sometimes also for Tags #2), I use free floating panels. While not using them, I move them down to the bottom of the display, while not needed. Only the Properties panel stays docked at the right most of the time.
  11. Same here. I am still on Build 2033 and not aware of any newer test build approaching this issue.
  12. As far as I know, there is no way to automatically link images with similar file names. However, for myself I found a workaround: 1. If the file names are exactly the same, i.e. including the extension (obviously they mus exist in different folders), you open the properties and click on the file name: In the thumbnail area, you see all images with exactly the same file name (but residing in different folders). 2. If the file names are not exactly the same, for example, if they are of different media type (e.g. JPG and RAW), then you start with step 1 described above (and very likely you see only a single image in the thumbnail area). Now, click the Advanced button and instead of matches, select contains (or start with). Then modify the file name in the input field to get only the part which is identical (i.e. remove .jpg or .mrw) :
  13. The same is true for the Home Server 6.3 (2033). The fact that the country can be found, is not very useful. Instead location and city would be extremely helpful. I'd also appreciate, if the date for Creation Datetime could be used in the filter.
  14. After accidentally or purposely deleting one or more AI Labels generated via the Google Cloud Vision API, there seems to be no way to recover them. Apparently, the AI Labels are not written to metadata via Sync or Write Tags to File and therefore cannot be restored by reading the metadata from the image file. Performing Actions -> Generate AI Labels again does not do anything (which is good, since it might incur additional fees by Google). There are (at least) two ways to delete AI Labels: Performing an Item -> Actions -> Read Tags from file deletes all existing AI Labels One or more AI Labels can be deleted manually in the Properties panel. If you do so accidentally, you may undo the action before saving the changes, but after that, they are gone for ever. The Tags Tree panel also shows a Delete option. I did not try it yet, but I assume it would work too. ... ? (I bet, there is more 😉 ) It seems to me, the values of all labels requested via the Google Cloudvision API still exist in the cloudvision table of the PostgreSQL database, but so far I could not find any way to restore or even visualize them in the Daminion client. I would greatly appreciate, if such a capability could be added to Daminion. Even though the Properties panel shows the words Add Tag ... under AI Labels, you cannot click it to manually add an AI Label (which doubtfully may make sense). However, if you select multiple image items and right click an AI Label which does not exist for all selected items, you may choose Assign 'xxx' to 'y' items. This could be a way to recover a deleted label, but only if you remember what it was and if another media item tagged with it, still exists. Thanks and a happy new year to everybody Wilfried
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