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Raw & Post Processing, Printing => Capture One Q&A => Topic started by: The View on October 29, 2015, 05:11:24 pm

Title: Changes to Keywording
Post by: The View on October 29, 2015, 05:11:24 pm
Great that Keywords got their own tool, and that you don't need to look them up in the metadata tool.

Only one thing I can't find now.

Accidentally I have a simply s as a keyword, and I could delete it.

But it still shows up in the suggestions. The cop manual say you can edit the suggestion list in the Metadata tool, but that's no longer valid, as the keywords now have their own tool.

How do you remove mistyped keywords from suggestions?
Title: Re: Changes to Keywording
Post by: The View on October 29, 2015, 06:03:17 pm
Also: how does copy and paste work?

E.g. you copy all the keywords from one image and paste it on another.

Title: Re: Changes to Keywording
Post by: Paul Steunebrink on October 31, 2015, 05:01:52 pm
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How do you remove mistyped keywords from suggestions?
You could try this:
Go to the Metadata tool (not the Keywords tool). In the tool's header, at the right, click on the 3 dots horizontally. Select 'Reset Metadata Completions'.
Title: Re: Changes to Keywording
Post by: Paul Steunebrink on October 31, 2015, 05:03:52 pm
Also: how does copy and paste work?

E.g. you copy all the keywords from one image and paste it on another.
It works great if you use the diagonal double arrow that is in the Keywords tool header.
In case you are not familiair with how copying adjustments work in Capture One Pro I suggest you browse and read through the following blogs:

http://imagealchemist.net/tag/adjustment/