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Allow to give variants a description

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  • zwartjens

    Eric, I agree with this explanation!

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  • Jakob Boie Sørensen

    Moved from the archive on 16.05.23.

    Hi Alexander,

    Thank you for your input and for your feature request. I have forwarded it to our developers.

    Best regards,
    Jakob, Capture One

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  • zwartjens

    Jakob, this is very good news! And when the developers are diving into the code, please let them also look to a way to get the information printed alongside the image. Thank you.

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  • @vonPlatenPhoto

    Hi Alexander and Jakob,

    regarding this scenario, I was also looking for a token / variable, which can be used to rename the output filename, so that it includes at least the clone- / version id [n]. I didn't find anything and it would be very helpful to have this as a reference between output file and the version.

    Thanks and best regards, Olaf

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  • Drew Kirkland

    I don’t need a full description, but an easily-accessible variant name (that could be used as an export token) would be really useful.

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  • Drew Kirkland

    Thanks, Thomas - that’s a better fit 🙏

    (Apologies - I’m new to this forum and haven’t learned how to ‘tag’ people yet)

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  • Thomas Kyhn
    Top Commenter

    Drew Kirkland,

    You're welcome!

    To tag people, you need to type an at sign and then when you start typing the name, you'll see this pop-up where you can select the name:

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  • Drew Kirkland

    Thanks Thomas Kyhn (I did try that, but it doesn't seem to work on my iPad 🥹)

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  • Brian Jordan
    Moderator

    @drew Kirkland Sadly, it doesn’t work on mobile. :(

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