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    5 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    CZRock commented  · 

    I notice this suggestion hasn't been added to Trello.
    Whats the progress?

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    CZRock commented  · 

    @Karl - please add this as a separate suggestion, its related but not the same thing. If you leave it like it is - as a comment to this suggestion - it may get missed.

    It's a good suggestion, so wouldn't want it missed...

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    2 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    CZRock commented  · 

    exactly what I don't want - often I need to add more than one tag to a bunch of files. This would make it painful.

    I would support the implementation of a "unselect" button.

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    18 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    CZRock commented  · 

    @nick - if you bear in mind that changing a filename of movie in Linux while watching the movie has zero effect on your moving watching. The assumption doesn't hold up.

    I found this info:
    In Linux using EXT filesystem, a file name is not stored in a file, it is stored in the directory entry (dentry) that the file lives in, where the inode of the file is then mapped to a name. Changing a filename will have no affect on its md5sum in Linux.

    That, IMO is the way it should be, and it explains why my movies continue playing :9

    CZRock commented  · 

    In answer to a lot of seemingly negative comments, I feel I have to respond.
    I'm using Linux, and had been looking for a way to index my numerous images and videos within the same program. I tried many others, but couldn't find anything sustainable. By that, i mean not storing the tag data in some obscure hidden location or database.
    I couldn't even find a program that would allow me to tag ALL video filetypes. The fact that Tagspaces allows me to tag absolutely anything is great.
    Also it matters a lot that I can wipe my OS and reinstall, and all my tags are intact without first backing up and restoring a database. I would accept a solution that stores tags in an accociated txt or xml file or similar, but as yet haven't found anything.
    No idea how it is in Windows, or OSX, but in Linux I can even tag movies while I'm watching them, and playback isn't affected.

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