Marie-Noëlle Augendre | 1 Jul 15:12 2015
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Pictures sizes in lighttable

I've two different camera, a full frame - 20Mpx (Canon 6D) and an APS-C - 18Mpx (Canon 7D).
When I look at one picture from each camera in the ligthttable screen, the one taken with the 6D is bigger than the other when they are landscape-orientated (the issue doesn't arise when the pictures are portrait-orientated).
Is there a way to fix this, so I can compare pictures with same sizes on the screen?

Thanks for helping,
Marie-Noëlle
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Syv Ritch | 28 Jun 18:54 2015

Re: Question to users of my PPA with Digikam for Ubuntu.

On Sun, 28 Jun 2015 15:27:07 +0200
Philip Johnsson <philip.johnsson <at> gmail.com> wrote:

> I have question for users of my PPA with Digikam packages for
> Ubuntu (I have about 2000 users that download my Digikam packages
> for the moment). Would you like the PPA to stay as pure with the
> official Ubuntu packages for each Ubuntu release as possible and
> mostly update Digikam packages. For stability, security or any
> other reason or do you want as updated dependency packages as
> possible?

1. Thanks, I really appreciate your time and hard work spent on it.
2. Personally, I have had an 'interruption' in my current use DK
because libraw in Ubuntu is so old and doesn't support newer cameras
especially the X-Trans from Fuji.

I would prefer: "updated dependency packages as possible"

Thank you

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Photonoxx | 29 Jun 07:38 2015
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Re: Question to users of my PPA with Digikam for Ubuntu.

I prefer the most updated stable (not beta obviously) component too.

Le Sun, 28 Jun 2015 15:27:07 +0200, Philip Johnsson <philip.johnsson-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> a écrit:

Hi everyone

I have question for users of my PPA with Digikam packages for Ubuntu (I have about 2000 users that download my Digikam packages for the moment). Would you like the PPA to stay as pure with the official Ubuntu packages for each Ubuntu release as possible and mostly update Digikam packages. For stability, security or any other reason or do you want as updated dependency packages as possible?

How I have been doing it is mostly update dependency packages if Digikam demands them to be updated to build but not for functionality. When I update packages I usually update with upstream stable releases but don't have time to follow each package with bug, security or other patches between releases if it's not obvious or pointed out to me.

Most current example is if you guys want updated versions to latest upstram of exiv2, libraw and/or lensfuns for trusty, utopic and vivid? I use the updated versions on my own system that is still Kubuntu 14.10.

Regards,

Philip



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digikam | 28 Jun 19:23 2015

Re: Question to users of my PPA with Digikam for Ubuntu.

On Sun, 28 Jun 2015 15:27:07 +0200
Philip Johnsson <philip.johnsson <at> gmail.com> wrote:

> I have question for users of my PPA with Digikam packages for
> Ubuntu (I have about 2000 users that download my Digikam packages
> for the moment). Would you like the PPA to stay as pure with the
> official Ubuntu packages for each Ubuntu release as possible and
> mostly update Digikam packages. For stability, security or any
> other reason or do you want as updated dependency packages as
> possible?

1. Thanks, I really appreciate your time and hard work spent on it.
2. Personally, I have had an 'interruption' in my current use DK
because libraw in Ubuntu is so old and doesn't support newer cameras
especially the X-Trans from Fuji.

I would prefer: "updated dependency packages as possible"

Thank you

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Mick Sulley | 28 Jun 18:44 2015

Re: Question to users of my PPA with Digikam for Ubuntu.

Hi Philip,

First thank you very much for providing the PPA, it is much appreciated.

My preference would be to include the latest versions of all components, however I am happy to get the latest version of DK even if it does not have the very latest components.

Keep up the good work!

Thanks
Mick

On 28/06/15 14:27, Philip Johnsson wrote:
Hi everyone

I have question for users of my PPA with Digikam packages for Ubuntu (I have about 2000 users that download my Digikam packages for the moment). Would you like the PPA to stay as pure with the official Ubuntu packages for each Ubuntu release as possible and mostly update Digikam packages. For stability, security or any other reason or do you want as updated dependency packages as possible?

How I have been doing it is mostly update dependency packages if Digikam demands them to be updated to build but not for functionality. When I update packages I usually update with upstream stable releases but don't have time to follow each package with bug, security or other patches between releases if it's not obvious or pointed out to me.

Most current example is if you guys want updated versions to latest upstram of exiv2, libraw and/or lensfuns for trusty, utopic and vivid? I use the updated versions on my own system that is still Kubuntu 14.10.

Regards,

Philip


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Alan Pater | 28 Jun 18:06 2015
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Re: Question to users of my PPA with Digikam for Ubuntu.

Philip, you know my answer already ;-)

exiv2 0.25 has a lot of bug fixes and enhancements. I'd love to see it
packaged and avaiiable to all.

On Sun, Jun 28, 2015 at 8:27 AM, Philip Johnsson
<philip.johnsson <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Most current example is if you guys want updated versions to latest upstream
> of exiv2, libraw and/or lensfuns for trusty, utopic and vivid?
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marwell | 28 Jun 16:35 2015
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Re: Question to users of my PPA with Digikam for Ubuntu.

I have never had a problem until now, so for me: as updated dependency 
packages as possible.

Great work, Philip!

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Philip Johnsson | 28 Jun 15:27 2015
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Question to users of my PPA with Digikam for Ubuntu.

Hi everyone

I have question for users of my PPA with Digikam packages for Ubuntu (I have about 2000 users that download my Digikam packages for the moment). Would you like the PPA to stay as pure with the official Ubuntu packages for each Ubuntu release as possible and mostly update Digikam packages. For stability, security or any other reason or do you want as updated dependency packages as possible?

How I have been doing it is mostly update dependency packages if Digikam demands them to be updated to build but not for functionality. When I update packages I usually update with upstream stable releases but don't have time to follow each package with bug, security or other patches between releases if it's not obvious or pointed out to me.

Most current example is if you guys want updated versions to latest upstram of exiv2, libraw and/or lensfuns for trusty, utopic and vivid? I use the updated versions on my own system that is still Kubuntu 14.10.

Regards,

Philip
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Marie-Noëlle Augendre | 26 Jun 20:41 2015
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Renaming a picture takes ages


I needed to rename several pictures manually, but for each picture Digikam seems to freeze completely for almost a whole minute.
I don't think I had this problem with previous versions, or not with such a long response time.
Apart for the fact that those pictures belong to groups, I don't see anything that can explain the problem.

Has anybody had the same issue with the 4.10 version?

Marie-Noëlle



digiKam version 4.10.0
Composant graphique Marble: 0.19.95 (0.20 Beta 3)
Dématriçage parallélisé: Inconnu
Exiv2 peut écrire dans un fichier JP2: Oui
Exiv2 peut écrire dans un fichier JPEG: Oui
Exiv2 peut écrire dans un fichier PGF: Oui
Exiv2 peut écrire dans un fichier PNG: Oui
Exiv2 peut écrire dans un fichier TIFF: Oui
Exiv2 prend en charge les métadonnées XMP: Oui
LibCImg: 130
LibEigen: 3.2.4
LibExiv2: 0.24
LibJPEG: 62
LibJasper: 1.900.1
LibKDE: 4.14.9
LibKExiv2: 2.4.0
LibKGeoMap: 3.1.0
LibKdcraw: 2.4.2
LibLCMS: 2060
LibLensFun: 0.2.8-0
LibPGF: 6.13.45
LibPNG: 1.6.10
LibQt: 4.8.6
LibRaw: 0.16.0
LibTIFF: LIBTIFF, Version 4.0.3 Copyright (c) 1988-1996 Sam Leffler Copyright (c) 1991-1996 Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Prise en charge de LibLqr: oui
Prise en charge du codec RawSpeed: Inconnu
Prise en charge du pack Demosaic GPL2: Inconnu
Prise en charge du pack Demosaic GPL3: Inconnu
cœurs de processeur: 4
LibGphoto2: 2.5.7
LibKface: 3.5.0
LibKipi: 2.2.0
LibOpenCV: 2.4.9
Modules externes KIPI: 4.10.0
Moteur de base de données: QSQLITE
Prise en charge de Baloo: Oui
Prise en charge de SQLite2: non
Prise en charge des KDEPIMlibs: Oui




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Henrique Santos Fernandes | 26 Jun 06:12 2015
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Restore Digikam

Hello,

Sorry to start this but i recently had my ssd crashed so i lost all my system files. Including digikam configurated files... (lots of shortcuts and etc)

The good knew is , i have all files backup. 
The bad knew is, where does digikam saves its configuration files?

I am not asking for the database (i have this also), but i am no sure where digikam saves custom shortcuts or collections, themes and etc..  So if anybody knows it locations i would be glad so i could restore them!

Thanks to all
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Simon Frei | 24 Jun 09:34 2015
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debian testing support

Hi,

Since jessie freeze there has been no development in the digikam 
packages for debian. Now there has come up a RC bug about some non free 
kipi-plugin component which will remove digikam from testing on the 26 
June. Are there any plans to support digikam via debian packages in the 
near future or will it be necessary to start build from source?
Thanks for any information on the matter.

Best, Simon
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