[digikam] [Bug 375187] New: Keywords under same tag in digikam do not match

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[digikam] [Bug 375187] New: Keywords under same tag in digikam do not match

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https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=375187

            Bug ID: 375187
           Summary: Keywords under same tag in digikam do not match
           Product: digikam
           Version: 5.4.0
          Platform: MS Windows
                OS: MS Windows
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: NOR
         Component: Metadata
          Assignee: [hidden email]
          Reporter: [hidden email]
  Target Milestone: ---

Hello,

I have noticed that actual keywords written to files' metadata might be
different for the same tag in Digikam. For example, I have "zoo" tag in
"Places". When I search images by the tag in the left panel both IMGP5985.JPG
and IMGP5986.JPG show up in the search results.
However if you compare the actual keywords using Digikam (Ctrl+Shift+M)or
ExifTool (see the output below) you will notice that one file has "zoo" written
while the other has "Places/zoo" (compare fields [XMP-dc] and [IPTC].

Digikam seems to treat them as the same tag so I can't really change it now.
I am wondering if there is a way to fix that.
Please advise.

PS I think it might be related to this:
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=320185 since I have used WLPG (Windows
Live Photo Gallery) in parallel with Digikam.

IMGP5985.JPG
 [IFD0]          XPKeywords                      : Places/zoo
 [XMP-digiKam]   TagsList                        : Places/zoo
 [XMP-microsoft] LastKeywordXMP                  : Places/zoo
 [XMP-microsoft] LastKeywordIPTC                 : Places/zoo
 [XMP-acdsee]    Categories                      : <Categories><Category
Assigned="0">Places<Category
Assigned="1">zoo</Category></Category></Categories>
 [XMP-lr]        HierarchicalSubject             : Places|zoo
 [XMP-mediapro]  CatalogSets                     : Places|zoo
 [XMP-dc]        Subject                         : zoo
 [IPTC]          Keywords                        : zoo

IMGP5986.JPG
 [IFD0]          XPKeywords                      : Places/zoo
 [XMP-digiKam]   TagsList                        : Places/zoo
 [XMP-microsoft] LastKeywordXMP                  : Places/zoo
 [XMP-microsoft] LastKeywordIPTC                 : Places/zoo
 [XMP-acdsee]    Categories                      : <Categories><Category
Assigned="0">Places<Category
Assigned="1">zoo</Category></Category></Categories>
 [XMP-lr]        HierarchicalSubject             : Places|zoo
 [XMP-mediapro]  CatalogSets                     : Places|zoo
 [XMP-dc]        Subject                         : Places/zoo
 [IPTC]          Keywords                        : Places/zoo

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--- Comment #1 from wildcowboy <[hidden email]> ---
I think this is not happening anymore. appimage 5.6.0

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           What    |Removed                     |Added
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             Status|UNCONFIRMED                 |RESOLVED
                 CC|                            |[hidden email]
         Resolution|---                         |FIXED
   Version Fixed In|                            |5.6.0

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