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TyrosCenva
March 22nd, 2009, 12:32 PM
I'm on Ubuntu 9.04 (64bit), using the default f-spot 0.5.0.3 , but it seems it is missing a lot of features.

If I take a look at http://f-spot.org/Features (which should be the same version), I'm missing:

The whole 'tag frame' that you can see on the left in this image (http://f-spot.org/images/a/aa/Main-window.png)
Image editing options like crop, resize, adjust red eye and other color settings, though rotate is available
The Tag Icon Editor


This doesn't seem right, and I have the suspicion the version on my previous Ubuntu 8.10 (32bit) was missing the same features, but I'm not sure about that.
I know Jaunty is still in Alpha and therefore I should not complain on the forum, but maybe f-spot is missing the same features in Ubuntu 8.10 (maybe 32/64 bit matters?), and if so, how come?

rozbarwinek
March 24th, 2009, 01:18 AM
The whole 'tag frame' that you can see on the left in this image (http://f-spot.org/images/a/aa/Main-window.png)

Maybe you disable it :) see view menu in F-Spot :)


Image editing options like crop, resize, adjust red eye and other color settings, though rotate is available

It is available when you double click on a photo :)

TyrosCenva
March 24th, 2009, 11:43 PM
Okay, I'll take back all the compaints.
I disabled and enabled the sidebar using the 'view' menu, and noticed the left edge of the window moving as much as 2 pixels.
Apparently _that_ was where the tags are, and also the editing tools. Dragging it to the right got it to a more usable (and most of all: noticable) size again.. ](*,)

I can't believe I didn't notice this before. Dark window themes can be quite nasty sometimes it seems.. :)