Commit 388bf06a authored by Mathias Dahl's avatar Mathias Dahl
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2006-02-11 Mathias Dahl <mathias.dahl@gmail.com>
* dired.texi (Tumme): More tumme documentation.
2006-02-11 Alan Mackenzie <acm@muc.de>
* programs.texi ("Hungry Delete"): Correct the appellation of the
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the thumbnail image from the thumbnail buffer, type @kbd{C-d}
(@code{tumme-delete-char}).
More advanced features include commands for using ``tags'' (another
name for ``keyword'' or ``label'') to tag image files and to search
for image files with a certain tag.
The tags put on image files are stored in a database file and can be
used for marking image files. For example, you can let Tumme mark all
files in the current directory tagged with the tag `flowers'. To tag
image files, mark them in the dired buffer and type @kbd{C-t t}
(@code{tumme-tag-files}). To mark files having a certain tag, type
@kbd{C-t f} (@code{tumme-mark-tagged-files}).
After marking image files with a certain tag, they can be viewed as
explained earlier, by typing @key{C-t d}.
More advanced features include commands for using ``tags''. ``Tag''
is just another word for ``keyword'', ``label'' or ``category''. In
short, it is meta data used to categorize an image file. Commands
exist to add tags for one or many image files from dired, to mark
files having a certain tag in Dired and to remove tags from files.
The tags put on image files are stored in a database file (currently a
plain text file).
To tag image files, mark them in the dired buffer and type @kbd{C-t
t} (@code{tumme-tag-files}). You will be prompted for a tag. To mark
files having a certain tag, type @kbd{C-t f}
(@code{tumme-mark-tagged-files}). After marking image files with a
certain tag, they can be viewed as explained earlier, by typing
@key{C-t d}.
You can also tag a file from the thumbnail buffer by typing @kbd{t
t} and remove it by typing @kbd{t r}. There is also a special ``tag''
called ``comment'' for each file. That is used to enter a comment or
description about the image. You comment a file from the thumbnail
buffer by typing @kbd{c}. You will be prompted for a comment.
Tumme also provide simple image manipulation commands, like rotating
thumbnails and original image files. In the thumbnail buffer, type
@kbd{L} to rotate the original image 90 degrees anti clockwise, and
@kbd{R} to rotate it 90 degrees clockwise.
@kbd{R} to rotate it 90 degrees clockwise. This rotation will be done
lossless (the image quality will not be reduced) and needs an external
utility called JpegTRAN to work.
@node Misc Dired Features
@section Other Dired Features
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