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1  Mike's Software / Qimage Ultimate / Re: v2012.214 issues/comments on: January 21, 2012, 10:39:44 AM
A smallish, but very annoying issue: if QU starts, every time it starts reading the images from the last opened directory. If that's a network drive it takes ages to complete this cache or thumb building thingy. First it takes a long time to get from the splash screen to the main screen, and then the menus don't work until all the thumbs have been read, or whatever.
E.g. a directory with 75 jpegs of app 1 Mb each takes 10 minutes! All the time QU cannot be used.  Roll Eyes

Is there a way to improve this?

This is on an Intel i7 W7 64 bit 16 GB Ram machine on a GB network with a Synology DS211.


2  Mike's Software / FlashPipe / Re: Date used by Flaspipe on: July 17, 2011, 04:45:49 AM
Thanks, Ray.

A very good read too.
I'm glad in the end Mike implemented the date-folder system, but I'd like to find a way to use the EXIF/IPTC create date and not the Windows last modified or create date as the date used to create file and folder names.
The reason is simple: I have a large legacy system, that has no structure at all and has modified and unmodified files in one folder. If I use FP to rename and reorder this system into the date based system I now use I end up with all modified files in the wrong folder.


3  Mike's Software / FlashPipe / Date used by Flaspipe on: July 16, 2011, 11:53:32 AM
I noticed that Flaspipe uses the last-modified Windows file date to create file and folder names.
Not very convenient!

Is there a way to have Flashpipe use the IPTC date created?


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