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  1. I'm trying the first time the web-client properly. Is the web-client supporting grouped images and linking images? Or am I just missing some settings? I'm running server version 2250 and the web-client shows the same version number.
  2. Hi Murat, Yes, in desktop. Now, when you asked it, I launched Web Access, and noticed that that is using OpenStreetMap. It would be nice to have it also in the desktop client, I'm not so used to work with the web client.
  3. Is it possible to get support for OpenStreetMap back? In many cases it had more details than the other alternatives. Those details help to tag the images.
  4. I have noticed the same thing. The new layout is more spacious and looks nice, but I would also prefer to see more items in the left panel. The increased space is not only around folders but also other tags that are in the left panel.
  5. Nice idea! I have stacked my images and have the final JPG on top so I don't have my results cluttered. But stacking the images is one extra step in the process and I have understood that not all do it. -Juha
  6. I use Compare Items for selecting which items to keep and which to discard, I guess like most of us. Unfortunately, when trying to select which of the images is the sharpest, I have to open the individual images as the images are not rendered at the full sharpness. You can see the difference looking at the same detail at 100%: the left hand is from Compare Items the right hand one is when viewing the single image. If using lower resolution/higher compression is for performance reasons, it would be nice to have an option, where you could select between speed and precision.
  7. I have also a QNAP, but from the lower end 253A. It has a Celeron processor and 4GB RAM (expandable to 8GB). I think at least in my setup the memory would be the bottleneck. Here is a link to an old thread -Juha
  8. I replied also to Daria, that the problem disappeared when I read tags from one of my images that had exposure time 1/8000s. After that also the image I shared in this thread had the correct exposure in the properties pane. 🤔 -Juha
  9. Tid is of topic, but there has been a lot of discussion earlier in this forum of running Damion server (natively) in a NAS. I tried to install it on Vine as I didn't have a Win Server license, with no success. The argument from Daminion team has been that the performance of a NAS box is not adequate. How does your system perform? Have you noticed performance issues in certain operations? Juha
  10. I have the same issue. These categories are useless. Juha
  11. Hi, I shared an example via Dropbox. -Juha
  12. I have some images that have extra short exposure time (1/6400s or 1/8000s), but Daminion shows them as 1/5000s. -Juha
  13. My mistake, I didn't test with the local catalogs, I only tested with server catalogs. The internal representations are different for server and local catalogs for date/time and that caused my program to fail. The fixed version is now in github. I cannot help you with the actual time difference. The only tip I have is that you check with ExifTool (in Daminion show all meta data) the date/time fields. -Juha
  14. Hi, I have also pointed this two years ago. I think we should also discuss the pros and cons, if for the creation time there would be an exception and that would also be updated in the RAW file itself. Many tools (e.g. RAW editors may use the EXIF data as the primary source) and then the non-updated creation time would be reflected into JPEGs or other end results. -Juha
  15. HI Uwe, I fully agree with you, milliseconds shouldn't be lost. I tested with some of the images that had lost their milliseconds and read tags from file didn't add the milliseconds into the database. -Juha
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