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ThumbsPlus v10 Questions / Add keyword(s) to multiple thumbnails
« Last post by BreezyKen on 2020-02-17 15:09:47 »
I would like to add multiple keywords to selected thumbnails in one step.  I can do this by using the Image:Batch Edit MetaData, but that function puts the keywords in the XMP data file.  In Preferences:Keywords I have checked the XMP keywords box, but this still does not place keywords in the Thumbnail Properties:Keywords tab.  Is there a direct way to do this, or do I have to populate this tab one at a time?  I must be missing something.
ThumbsPlus v10 Questions / Broken Help Link
« Last post by Street Mann on 2020-02-17 14:08:15 »
is this link still good.. I get a 404 error

From Help menu -- T+ SQL examples

ThumbsPlus v10 Questions / Re: Switching images when viewing
« Last post by Daan van Rooijen on 2020-02-12 12:31:42 »
Oh now I see! You're trying to switch on the toolbar, not switch images on the toolbar :)

In the viewer, go to View | Customize | Tab:Toolbars  and turn on 'File' and any others that you may want to use.
ThumbsPlus v10 Questions / Re: Switching images when viewing
« Last post by tparki on 2020-02-12 04:12:40 »
Thanks for Space / Back spce tip. But I have no toolbar on this new laptop as you'll see from attachment
ThumbsPlus v10 Questions / Re: Switching images when viewing
« Last post by Daan van Rooijen on 2020-02-11 14:01:36 »
They're right there -- the icons with the green arrows on a document. Or use Space / Backspace on your keyboard.
ThumbsPlus v10 Questions / Switching images when viewing
« Last post by tparki on 2020-02-11 12:39:20 »
I know there is a simple answer to my query which is how to switch on the toolbar shown in the attached screen grab, which came from Th+10 running on my old laptop.
You're correct that there is no such option in the Image | Batch Process dialog. However, there is a different way of creating batch processes, and I think that may work in this case. Try this:
  • Open one of your images in the viewer/editor (simply by pressing enter or double-clicking on it).
  • Do whatever you want your batch process to do (select a section of the image, invert its colors, etc)
  • Now go to View | Actions in the editor's menu and press Create Batch.
  • I think you'll find your own way from there..  ;)
I often use the clipboard auto save to capture webex, Teams or zoom sessions.
I would like later on being able to select identified parts being in while over black
background, in order to process the whole content using OCR tools.
While in batch script creation I don't found any Select part (like for a crop
operation) so that to apply an invert color only on this identified part.

Is that possible? what about including in new version? would it be possible
using Python?

Thanks for any help you could provide.
ThumbsPlus v10 Questions / Re: Start up Splash Screen
« Last post by JoeVA63 on 2020-01-15 18:43:45 »

You are a Thumbs God!

Thanks so much!  I backed up the file folders.  There seems to me quite a few Registry entries for Thumbs, and I think it's just easier when doing a new/clean install to just use my registration key (1 step verses many).

As for the specific file path, I copied everything in the folder and it looks like all i have to do after installing is copy that info back to the specific path, and probably give my pc a quick reboot to make sure they go into effect.  Although that might not be necessary.  Perhaps just close and reopen Thumbs after copying the back up files might do the trick.

Once again thanks for your help!

Beer & Pizza on me if our paths ever cross!  Or anything else you like!
ThumbsPlus v10 Questions / Re: Start up Splash Screen
« Last post by Daan van Rooijen on 2020-01-15 09:40:18 »
In TP, go to Help | System Info and look for your Preferences Path. That is the location where your configuration files can be found. Their extensions are .INI , .CONFIG, .VCONFIG and .TP_PLUGCFG. You can save those or just backup the whole folder.

In the registry, look for Cerious and you'll find a number of entries that you could save including your license data.
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