|James F. Fiore on 2 Oct 2005 19:05:56 -0000|
Using gThumb will handily address this. Use the "Collections" feature. gThumb keeps your files in their original locations and uses a set of external files to manage the collection. By adding your favorites into a favorites collection you will keep all of your originals in tact while creating a file (found in ~/.gnome2/gthumb/collections) which lists each filename and filepath in a text file name <collectioname>.gqv.
You can easily create successive filtered collections without ever having duplicated or moved the original files.
On Sat, 1 Oct 2005, Jeff Abrahamson wrote:
If I have a stack of photos on paper and want to select the ten best, I would make a little pile of my favorites and then make a pile of my favorites from the favorite pile, repeating until I have it narrowed down to my goal, in this case ten...
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