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Face Tag Problem

Mick Sulley
I have just noticed that I have a picture which has 6 people tagged, all
correct with the face boxes in the correct position, but those 6 people
have also been tagged in the previous 67 picture, all have those same
tags with the same sized boxes in exactly the same positions, which is
not correct.  In addition the other pictures also have their correct
tags.  So it would appear that the tags from one picture have been
pasted to another 67.  Is this possible?  How can it happen?

The pictures are all in the same directory and all from the same event,
so would have been tagged at the same time.  I have .xmp files for all
of them and also write to the picture file, don't know if that matters.  
The pictures are from Sept 2019 and I have only just started to use
DK5.6, so this happened using DK 5.5 or earlier

With the scale of this I can go through and correct manually, but would
like to understand how it happens to prevent it happening again.

Thanks

Mick

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Re: Face Tag Problem

AndriusWild
I would backup the pictures, cleaned up all tags from them and would try to reproduce the issue having digikam open in terminal with debug option.

I do have some tags written to pictures I haven't applied them too but I thought that was either my mistakes (wrong mouse clicks) or mysql to sqlite migration issues or issues related to another programs (I have used digikam, Picasa and WLPG in parallel for a year or so.



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-------- Original message --------
From: Mick Sulley <[hidden email]>
Date: 2017-06-04 9:24 AM (GMT-07:00)
To: DigiKam <[hidden email]>
Subject: Face Tag Problem

I have just noticed that I have a picture which has 6 people tagged, all
correct with the face boxes in the correct position, but those 6 people
have also been tagged in the previous 67 picture, all have those same
tags with the same sized boxes in exactly the same positions, which is
not correct.  In addition the other pictures also have their correct
tags.  So it would appear that the tags from one picture have been
pasted to another 67.  Is this possible?  How can it happen?

The pictures are all in the same directory and all from the same event,
so would have been tagged at the same time.  I have .xmp files for all
of them and also write to the picture file, don't know if that matters. 
The pictures are from Sept 2019 and I have only just started to use
DK5.6, so this happened using DK 5.5 or earlier

With the scale of this I can go through and correct manually, but would
like to understand how it happens to prevent it happening again.

Thanks

Mick

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Re: Face Tag Problem

Mick Sulley

The problem is that I don't know when it happened, so have no idea how to reproduce it.  I have seen it before, some time ago, and like you assumed that it was my mistake some how, but this time it is so clearly a copy of the tags on one picture to another 67. 

I have only ever used sqlite so migration problems are not relevant.  The only other graphic package I use is Darktable and I never do anything with tags there, all tagging is done in DigiKam

Is there an easy way to remove tags from a  bunch of pics?

Any ideas, suggestions, theories?


On 07/06/17 14:20, Andrey Goreev wrote:
I would backup the pictures, cleaned up all tags from them and would try to reproduce the issue having digikam open in terminal with debug option.

I do have some tags written to pictures I haven't applied them too but I thought that was either my mistakes (wrong mouse clicks) or mysql to sqlite migration issues or issues related to another programs (I have used digikam, Picasa and WLPG in parallel for a year or so.



Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

-------- Original message --------
From: Mick Sulley [hidden email]
Date: 2017-06-04 9:24 AM (GMT-07:00)
To: DigiKam [hidden email]
Subject: Face Tag Problem

I have just noticed that I have a picture which has 6 people tagged, all
correct with the face boxes in the correct position, but those 6 people
have also been tagged in the previous 67 picture, all have those same
tags with the same sized boxes in exactly the same positions, which is
not correct.  In addition the other pictures also have their correct
tags.  So it would appear that the tags from one picture have been
pasted to another 67.  Is this possible?  How can it happen?

The pictures are all in the same directory and all from the same event,
so would have been tagged at the same time.  I have .xmp files for all
of them and also write to the picture file, don't know if that matters. 
The pictures are from Sept 2019 and I have only just started to use
DK5.6, so this happened using DK 5.5 or earlier

With the scale of this I can go through and correct manually, but would
like to understand how it happens to prevent it happening again.

Thanks

Mick


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Re: Face Tag Problem

AndriusWild
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Was there anything common between all the pictures? Same "pick label", "color label", keyword, etc. ?



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-------- Original message --------
From: Mick Sulley <[hidden email]>
Date: 2017-06-07 9:55 AM (GMT-07:00)
Subject: Re: Face Tag Problem

The problem is that I don't know when it happened, so have no idea how to reproduce it.  I have seen it before, some time ago, and like you assumed that it was my mistake some how, but this time it is so clearly a copy of the tags on one picture to another 67. 

I have only ever used sqlite so migration problems are not relevant.  The only other graphic package I use is Darktable and I never do anything with tags there, all tagging is done in DigiKam

Is there an easy way to remove tags from a  bunch of pics?

Any ideas, suggestions, theories?


On 07/06/17 14:20, Andrey Goreev wrote:
I would backup the pictures, cleaned up all tags from them and would try to reproduce the issue having digikam open in terminal with debug option.

I do have some tags written to pictures I haven't applied them too but I thought that was either my mistakes (wrong mouse clicks) or mysql to sqlite migration issues or issues related to another programs (I have used digikam, Picasa and WLPG in parallel for a year or so.



Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

-------- Original message --------
From: Mick Sulley [hidden email]
Date: 2017-06-04 9:24 AM (GMT-07:00)
To: DigiKam [hidden email]
Subject: Face Tag Problem

I have just noticed that I have a picture which has 6 people tagged, all
correct with the face boxes in the correct position, but those 6 people
have also been tagged in the previous 67 picture, all have those same
tags with the same sized boxes in exactly the same positions, which is
not correct.  In addition the other pictures also have their correct
tags.  So it would appear that the tags from one picture have been
pasted to another 67.  Is this possible?  How can it happen?

The pictures are all in the same directory and all from the same event,
so would have been tagged at the same time.  I have .xmp files for all
of them and also write to the picture file, don't know if that matters. 
The pictures are from Sept 2019 and I have only just started to use
DK5.6, so this happened using DK 5.5 or earlier

With the scale of this I can go through and correct manually, but would
like to understand how it happens to prevent it happening again.

Thanks

Mick


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Re: Face Tag Problem

Mick Sulley

There were all taken the same day, and all tagged with Event>Birthdays>Lucy21st but no other labels, just face tags


On 07/06/17 17:01, Andrey Goreev wrote:
Was there anything common between all the pictures? Same "pick label", "color label", keyword, etc. ?



Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

-------- Original message --------
From: Mick Sulley [hidden email]
Date: 2017-06-07 9:55 AM (GMT-07:00)
Subject: Re: Face Tag Problem

The problem is that I don't know when it happened, so have no idea how to reproduce it.  I have seen it before, some time ago, and like you assumed that it was my mistake some how, but this time it is so clearly a copy of the tags on one picture to another 67. 

I have only ever used sqlite so migration problems are not relevant.  The only other graphic package I use is Darktable and I never do anything with tags there, all tagging is done in DigiKam

Is there an easy way to remove tags from a  bunch of pics?

Any ideas, suggestions, theories?


On 07/06/17 14:20, Andrey Goreev wrote:
I would backup the pictures, cleaned up all tags from them and would try to reproduce the issue having digikam open in terminal with debug option.

I do have some tags written to pictures I haven't applied them too but I thought that was either my mistakes (wrong mouse clicks) or mysql to sqlite migration issues or issues related to another programs (I have used digikam, Picasa and WLPG in parallel for a year or so.



Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

-------- Original message --------
From: Mick Sulley [hidden email]
Date: 2017-06-04 9:24 AM (GMT-07:00)
To: DigiKam [hidden email]
Subject: Face Tag Problem

I have just noticed that I have a picture which has 6 people tagged, all
correct with the face boxes in the correct position, but those 6 people
have also been tagged in the previous 67 picture, all have those same
tags with the same sized boxes in exactly the same positions, which is
not correct.  In addition the other pictures also have their correct
tags.  So it would appear that the tags from one picture have been
pasted to another 67.  Is this possible?  How can it happen?

The pictures are all in the same directory and all from the same event,
so would have been tagged at the same time.  I have .xmp files for all
of them and also write to the picture file, don't know if that matters. 
The pictures are from Sept 2019 and I have only just started to use
DK5.6, so this happened using DK 5.5 or earlier

With the scale of this I can go through and correct manually, but would
like to understand how it happens to prevent it happening again.

Thanks

Mick



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Re: Face Tag Problem

AndriusWild
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All RAW images? What format ?



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-------- Original message --------
From: Mick Sulley <[hidden email]>
Date: 2017-06-07 10:09 AM (GMT-07:00)
Subject: Re: Face Tag Problem

There were all taken the same day, and all tagged with Event>Birthdays>Lucy21st but no other labels, just face tags


On 07/06/17 17:01, Andrey Goreev wrote:
Was there anything common between all the pictures? Same "pick label", "color label", keyword, etc. ?



Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

-------- Original message --------
From: Mick Sulley [hidden email]
Date: 2017-06-07 9:55 AM (GMT-07:00)
Subject: Re: Face Tag Problem

The problem is that I don't know when it happened, so have no idea how to reproduce it.  I have seen it before, some time ago, and like you assumed that it was my mistake some how, but this time it is so clearly a copy of the tags on one picture to another 67. 

I have only ever used sqlite so migration problems are not relevant.  The only other graphic package I use is Darktable and I never do anything with tags there, all tagging is done in DigiKam

Is there an easy way to remove tags from a  bunch of pics?

Any ideas, suggestions, theories?


On 07/06/17 14:20, Andrey Goreev wrote:
I would backup the pictures, cleaned up all tags from them and would try to reproduce the issue having digikam open in terminal with debug option.

I do have some tags written to pictures I haven't applied them too but I thought that was either my mistakes (wrong mouse clicks) or mysql to sqlite migration issues or issues related to another programs (I have used digikam, Picasa and WLPG in parallel for a year or so.



Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

-------- Original message --------
From: Mick Sulley [hidden email]
Date: 2017-06-04 9:24 AM (GMT-07:00)
To: DigiKam [hidden email]
Subject: Face Tag Problem

I have just noticed that I have a picture which has 6 people tagged, all
correct with the face boxes in the correct position, but those 6 people
have also been tagged in the previous 67 picture, all have those same
tags with the same sized boxes in exactly the same positions, which is
not correct.  In addition the other pictures also have their correct
tags.  So it would appear that the tags from one picture have been
pasted to another 67.  Is this possible?  How can it happen?

The pictures are all in the same directory and all from the same event,
so would have been tagged at the same time.  I have .xmp files for all
of them and also write to the picture file, don't know if that matters. 
The pictures are from Sept 2019 and I have only just started to use
DK5.6, so this happened using DK 5.5 or earlier

With the scale of this I can go through and correct manually, but would
like to understand how it happens to prevent it happening again.

Thanks

Mick



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Re: Face Tag Problem

Mick Sulley

These are all jpg


On 07/06/17 17:14, Andrey Goreev wrote:
All RAW images? What format ?



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-------- Original message --------
From: Mick Sulley [hidden email]
Date: 2017-06-07 10:09 AM (GMT-07:00)
Subject: Re: Face Tag Problem

There were all taken the same day, and all tagged with Event>Birthdays>Lucy21st but no other labels, just face tags


On 07/06/17 17:01, Andrey Goreev wrote:
Was there anything common between all the pictures? Same "pick label", "color label", keyword, etc. ?



Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

-------- Original message --------
From: Mick Sulley [hidden email]
Date: 2017-06-07 9:55 AM (GMT-07:00)
Subject: Re: Face Tag Problem

The problem is that I don't know when it happened, so have no idea how to reproduce it.  I have seen it before, some time ago, and like you assumed that it was my mistake some how, but this time it is so clearly a copy of the tags on one picture to another 67. 

I have only ever used sqlite so migration problems are not relevant.  The only other graphic package I use is Darktable and I never do anything with tags there, all tagging is done in DigiKam

Is there an easy way to remove tags from a  bunch of pics?

Any ideas, suggestions, theories?


On 07/06/17 14:20, Andrey Goreev wrote:
I would backup the pictures, cleaned up all tags from them and would try to reproduce the issue having digikam open in terminal with debug option.

I do have some tags written to pictures I haven't applied them too but I thought that was either my mistakes (wrong mouse clicks) or mysql to sqlite migration issues or issues related to another programs (I have used digikam, Picasa and WLPG in parallel for a year or so.



Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

-------- Original message --------
From: Mick Sulley [hidden email]
Date: 2017-06-04 9:24 AM (GMT-07:00)
To: DigiKam [hidden email]
Subject: Face Tag Problem

I have just noticed that I have a picture which has 6 people tagged, all
correct with the face boxes in the correct position, but those 6 people
have also been tagged in the previous 67 picture, all have those same
tags with the same sized boxes in exactly the same positions, which is
not correct.  In addition the other pictures also have their correct
tags.  So it would appear that the tags from one picture have been
pasted to another 67.  Is this possible?  How can it happen?

The pictures are all in the same directory and all from the same event,
so would have been tagged at the same time.  I have .xmp files for all
of them and also write to the picture file, don't know if that matters. 
The pictures are from Sept 2019 and I have only just started to use
DK5.6, so this happened using DK 5.5 or earlier

With the scale of this I can go through and correct manually, but would
like to understand how it happens to prevent it happening again.

Thanks

Mick




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