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FrankyDeMeyer
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Posted Sat Dec 29, 2012 6:08PM
Posted By pius99:

Hi,

Editorial photo uploads fail when the country input is set to "Korea" in Deepmeta.  Perhaps iStock is expecting an input of "Korea, Republic of" or the numerical country value (113) is off?

The error message is: Error 4302 - The country name provided is invalid

It's been several months since I submitted this issue on Deepmeta by form mail but I've heard nothing back.

Thanks for your attention and happy holidays!

As mentioned by theasis, v1.6 Beta 1 was released on October 19th, which fixes this.
There was a discussion in this thread around that time.
I'm sorry if I missed your mail or if you didn't get a reply. I normally reply each individual request, but sometimes get non-delivery-reports for emails.

It's a good thing you took the time to report back though. Please give the latest beta a try. I should probably promote the latest betas as releases soon, to avoid any confusion.

Thanks again and best Christmas and New Year wishes to you and all iStockers out there!
CribbVisuals
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Posted Mon Dec 31, 2012 12:56PM
Franky,

Thanks for another reliable year of DeepMeta. I appreciate all your work and wish you the best for 2013.

Andrew
tirc83
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Posted Wed Jan 2, 2013 9:16AM

Hi Franky


Just a reminder that 2013 needs adding to the Editorial dropdown menu


Gary
alvarez
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Posted Thu Jan 3, 2013 8:29AM
I recently sent a message to the DeepMeta team via the Website but have not heard a response. I asked about a problem that entered keywords do not get matched to the CV properly.

For example if I enter: Male (Human Gender) it does not map it to "Male (Human Gender)". Instead it maps it to "Human Gender" and to "Male" and then asks me to disambiguate "Male".

I find this time consuming.

Franky: did you get my message?

Cheers,
Luis
theasis
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Posted Thu Jan 3, 2013 8:36AM
Posted By alvarez:
I asked about a problem that entered keywords do not get matched to the CV properly.

For example if I enter: Male (Human Gender) it does not map it to "Male (Human Gender)". Instead it maps it to "Human Gender" and to "Male" and then asks me to disambiguate "Male".

That's not a DeepMeta thing, that's an iStock thing.

If you try entering Male (Human Gender) through the web page for one of your images, you'll get exactly the same mapping and need to disambiguate.

The part in brackets is, I guess, just some disambiguation information that iStock show us. Unfortunately, it's not something you can actually enter and expect istock to use.

iStock (Bizarre)
alvarez
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Posted Fri Jan 4, 2013 3:02AM
Thanks for the explanation. That makes sense! Ill report it as a bug in the Bug thread.
RiverNorthPhotography
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Posted Fri Jan 4, 2013 4:25PM

Hi Franky:


Some time ago, you explained how I could store deepmeta thumbnail cache on a different drive and direct deepmeta to look for them their via a dos command. I couldn't get it to work, but would like to give it another try. Could you please repost? I couldn't find it in the thread.


Thanks!

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argiope
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Posted Sat Jan 5, 2013 10:17PM

I asked about this in the Help forum and was referred here. I started using Deep Meta a few months ago. Today I brought up all my files and looked through them. and found about 75 "purged" files - some with numbers, titles and keywords and others with only numbers. The purged files were neither accepted, rejected nor inactivated but I was able to determine that the identifiable ones had been present in my portfolio and now were not. They were mostly from 2008 and 2009 but with a few from 2010. What is the status of these files and why are they there?
Whiteway
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Posted Sun Jan 6, 2013 2:05AM
^ It may be helpful if you let Franky know some image numbers for these files.

It might also be an idea to contact Contributor Support, also with the image numbers.
theasis
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Posted Sun Jan 6, 2013 3:07AM
Purged files are those that you cancelled before they ever got to the inspection stage.
FrankyDeMeyer
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Posted Wed Jan 9, 2013 8:32AM

Posted By theasis:
Purged files are those that you cancelled before they ever got to the inspection stage.

Yes, that's correct. I'm considering to hide purged files in a future version, as they tend to confuse users and don't really offer any useful info.
FrankyDeMeyer
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Posted Wed Jan 9, 2013 8:34AM
Posted By RiverNorthPhotography:

Hi Franky:

Some time ago, you explained how I could store deepmeta thumbnail cache on a different drive and direct deepmeta to look for them their via a dos command. I couldn't get it to work, but would like to give it another try. Could you please repost? I couldn't find it in the thread.

Thanks! :-)

Could you send a small email message to "fdm at eazign dot be"? I'll reply by email, as the text contains a lot of characters that display badly here on the forum. Thanks.
FrankyDeMeyer
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Posted Wed Jan 9, 2013 8:35AM
Posted By tirc83:

Hi Franky

Just a reminder that 2013 needs adding to the Editorial dropdown menu
Gary

Ah, thanks for reminding! I'll put it on my list.
theasis
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Posted Fri Jan 11, 2013 3:43PM
Franky - I know it's wrong to ask you to save me from my own stupidity. But here goes.

At the moment when setting a file as Editorial, DM copies the current image title as the caption text. That's almost never going to be an adequate caption - at least it never is with my titles. But too often I forget to fill in a real caption and the file gets rejected (correctly).
Would it be possible to instead leave the caption text blank (or something clearly wrong like CAPTION TEXT GOES HERE) and add a new error state which is only cleared when the caption text is changed by the user (like is currently the case with City and Country).
That would certainly save me from a mistake I make embarrassingly often.

A better fix would be to make me smarter. But I think that's a lost cause!

(Edited on 2013-01-11 15:43:58 by theasis)
FrankyDeMeyer
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Posted Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:51AM
That's an interesting proposal. I could make this optional, but I usually prefer to keep the number of options limited. One solution would be to change the default for all, but of course I don't want to break any existing workflow anyone might have.

I'd be very interested to know the views of others on this. Is anybody actually finding the fact that DeepMeta uses the title as initial caption for editiorials a useful choice?
lostinbids
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Posted Mon Jan 14, 2013 5:29AM
Franky, I aked this some time ago and I don't think I got a response (probably because it would only be useful to so few people).  Is it possible to run Deep Meta off a NAS (so I can switch my poor computer off).
tirc83
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Posted Mon Jan 14, 2013 8:57AM
Posted By FrankyDeMeyer:
That's an interesting proposal. I could make this optional, but I usually prefer to keep the number of options limited. One solution would be to change the default for all, but of course I don't want to break any existing workflow anyone might have.

I'd be very interested to know the views of others on this. Is anybody actually finding the fact that DeepMeta uses the title as initial caption for editiorials a useful choice?

I would prefer the description to be auto-copied as this is what I tend to do manually
FrankyDeMeyer
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Posted Wed Jan 16, 2013 7:04AM

Posted By lostinbids:
Franky, I aked this some time ago and I don't think I got a response (probably because it would only be useful to so few people).  Is it possible to run Deep Meta off a NAS (so I can switch my poor computer off).

Well, you could put the data files of DeepMeta on a NAS, and access them from different computers, but you'd have to make sure never to run 2 instances at the same time.
Here's some info on where DeepMeta stores its data. You could make a backup and then experiment. Let me know how it goes.
FrankyDeMeyer
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Posted Wed Jan 16, 2013 7:05AM

Posted By tirc83:
Posted By FrankyDeMeyer:
That's an interesting proposal. I could make this optional, but I usually prefer to keep the number of options limited. One solution would be to change the default for all, but of course I don't want to break any existing workflow anyone might have.

I'd be very interested to know the views of others on this. Is anybody actually finding the fact that DeepMeta uses the title as initial caption for editiorials a useful choice?

I would prefer the description to be auto-copied as this is what I tend to do manually

Thanks.

OK, anyone else? Would copying the description as initial content for caption work for you, instead of copying from the title?
JasonDoiy
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Posted Wed Jan 16, 2013 9:51AM
That would be fine with me, as I write the caption in the description spot in LR
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