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ich nutze Capture One V4.8. Beim Aufruf von Bildern aus dem Explorer erfolgt die Anzeige in C1 häufig mit umgekerter Bildnummerierung (absteigend, beginnend mit der höchsten Bildnummer), oder völlig chaotisch sortiert.


Kennt jemand diese Situation? Ich kann es mir nicht erklären, da auch das Aufnahmedatum entsprechend der Bildnummerierung ist. Oder gibt es noch ein anderes Sortierkriterium? Kann man diese Sortierung beinflussen?


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Das ist leider ein Programm-Bug den es bei der Vorversion 3.7 nicht gab.

Abhilfe kann man sich schaffen in dem man das Programm beendet, die Dateien in dem Ordner nach Name sortiert und wieder das Programm öffnet. Dann stimmt die Reihenfolge wieder.

Es gibt noch ein weiterer Bug: Wenn das Programm geöffnet ist und man legt auf dem Schreibtisch einen neuen Ordner an, wird es nicht angezeigt bzw. erkannt. Auch hier musste das Programm beendet und wieder hochgefahren werden.


Gruß Sadat

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"häufig mit umgekerter Bildnummerierung ..."


mit Klick auf das kleine Dreieck in der Kopfleiste des "Thumbnail-Fensters" kann man die Sortierreihenfolge umkehren. ich komme da ab und zu unabsichtlich drauf.


"chaotische Soriterung" hatte ich noch nicht.


Gruß, Stefan

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