PF6 Multi-file tagging

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Don Eitner

17 Apr, 2012 03:48 AM

PF6 has some great new features. I was happy to see tagging and rating added. Have a question on tagging, though.

Let's say I have tagged a number of files with different tags. I then accidentally added a common tag to a subset of those files. Without looking at each file individually, I cannot see which files have the accidental common tag -- e.g. if I select all files in the folder, the tag viewer only shows tags which are common to ALL selected files. This is good and makes sense, but is there a way to select all files and issue a command to remove a certain tag if it exists, and to leave the other files alone?

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Dragan on 17 Apr, 2012 07:19 PM

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    No, there isn't a way to do that. I don't see the way to implement anything like that. Why don't you try to use Find window and find files (a subset of those initially tagged files) containing tags you want to remove? Finding works with tags (and rating) too. Take a look at: . Check out other videos as well.

  2. Dragan closed this discussion on 17 Apr, 2012 07:19 PM.

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