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Bug #12154

Unable to switch to a different folder to imprt images

Added by Hardy Wang 5 months ago. Updated 4 months ago.

Status:
New
Priority:
Low
Assignee:
-
Category:
Lighttable
Target version:
-
Start date:
04/25/2018
Due date:
% Done:

0%

Affected Version:
2.4.3
System:
Windows
bitness:
64-bit
hardware architecture:
amd64/x86

Description

I have just installed 2.4.3 today and before that I was using 2.4.2. While I was using 2.4.2 I started to process images from certain folders. However I am unable to import another folder in 2.4.3.

Please see attached screenshot. I clicked import -> folder to open the "import film" dialog box. In 2.4.2 I have the path in (2) area so that I can easily go up to different folder level, but that box is gone in 2.4.3. I tried to click or double click my driver letter (3) but nothing really happened. In another word I am stuck in the current folder I am working on.

If I click other shortcut, e.g Home, Desktop, Documents, Downloads and so on I am able to switch folders. But other than that I am not able to select any other folder.

1.png - Screenshot (77.4 KB) Hardy Wang, 04/25/2018 04:16 AM

History

#1 Updated by Jan Müller 5 months ago

I have this problem as well. Workaround: select parent folder via Recents (if available)

#2 Updated by Hardy Wang 5 months ago

Jan Müller wrote:

I have this problem as well. Workaround: select parent folder via Recents (if available)

I have downgraded to 2.4.2 until the issue is addressed.

#3 Updated by Peter Budai 5 months ago

There is a problem with the GTK version which was used for 2.4.3. Please use 2.4.2 for the time being.

#4 Updated by Hardy Wang 5 months ago

Peter Budai wrote:

There is a problem with the GTK version which was used for 2.4.3. Please use 2.4.2 for the time being.

I am already doing so. But 2.4.2's JPG export has some huge bug - when I select lots of images to export there is quite high percentage of exported JPG files missing EXIF data randomly. I have to check each file back and forth to re-export until all JPG files have EXIF info.

#5 Updated by Jan Müller 4 months ago

duplicate of Bug #12180

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