Monthly Archives: July 2011

digiKam Tricks 3.9.3 Released

As the number version suggests, this is a minor release which features a handful of tweaks and corrections as well as improved compatibility with the Cool Reader app for Android. Although attention in this release was focused on tweaks and

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Quick Tip: A Simple Python Script to Launch digiKam

I store all my photos on a Linux server and mount the remote directory containing all the photos on my local machine using sshfs (see Manage Photos from Multiple digiKam Installations). This way, I can access my photos from multiple digiKam installations.

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Process Photos with digiKam’s Batch Queue Manager and a Bash Script

One of digiKam’s lesser known features is the ability to link scripts to notifications. At first sight, this may seem like a rather obscure functionality, but it can be put to some clever uses. Say, you want to keep a portfolio

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digiKam Tricks 3.9 Released

This release includes the following new material: Import Photos in digiKam Process Photos with digiKam’s Batch Queue Manager and a Bash Script Readers who already purchased the book will receive the new version free of charge. If you haven’t received your copy,

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