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Claude Jolicoeur

  • Registered on: 02/05/2019
  • Last connection: 07/17/2019

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07/17/2019

11:35 PM darktable Bug #12694 (New): Perspective tool changes aspect ratio
I have done tests with the perspective tool in darktable.
These shots are of a square box, length of the side is 33 ...

03/16/2019

04:26 PM darktable Camera Support #12628: exiv2 version 0.26 or later in darktable (under ubuntu)
David Schaefer wrote:
> I did recompile dt from source (git master) and I also compiled exiv2 from source (git mast...

03/14/2019

01:59 AM darktable Camera Support #12628: exiv2 version 0.26 or later in darktable (under ubuntu)
David,
Could you please describe in more details what you did to make this work?
If I understand correctly, you did...
04:39 PM darktable Camera Support #12628: exiv2 version 0.26 or later in darktable (under ubuntu)
Andreas Schneider wrote:
> I don't see any darktable issue here. If you want to use new features for exiv2 you have ...
08:05 AM darktable Camera Support #12628 (New): exiv2 version 0.26 or later in darktable (under ubuntu)
Starting with version 0.26 of exiv2, there is a useful feature that permits to specify your own lens in a configurati...

02/06/2019

05:11 PM darktable Feature #12588: File names - display and modify
Aurélien PIERRE wrote:
> C is a real nightmare, but it's also the best we have to make pixel processing fast, work o...
02:17 AM darktable Feature #12588: File names - display and modify
Aurélien PIERRE wrote:
> There is no "call OS" in C. There is only "handle bytes yourself" in C and check that you t...

02/05/2019

12:17 AM darktable Feature #12588: File names - display and modify
It is funny, everybody has French names here and we are discussing in English...
Aurélien PIERRE wrote:
> darktab...
08:52 PM darktable Feature #12588: File names - display and modify
Pascal Obry wrote:
> No, I'm just suggesting to adopt the dt way of working, this has been a design choice for now. ...
04:17 PM darktable Feature #12588: File names - display and modify
Pascal Obry wrote:
> For your workflow, it seems that a better solution is to use tags.
Yes, you are suggesting ...

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