Currently, any filter settings assigned in one session of PL remain active for the next session/instance of PL … This can be confusing when one forgets that a filter has been applied (sometime in the past) - with the (often puzzling) result that not all images in the current folder are included in the Image Browser.
Request/suggestion: Reset all filter settings when PL shuts-down.
It may be interesting but what if I suspend a session, and want to come back where I was while reopening PhotoLab ?
You just have to have the choice with a check box in the settings.
If you’re not sure whether this is a good idea, or not … then follow these steps;
As the last thing you do, when you’re about to finish using PL for some while;
- Go to the Filter option and select “Processed”
- Shut-down PL …
- At some point in the future, you will start-up PL again … and wonder why you can’t see the new images you just added to the current folder ! … Mmmmm ???
Ahaah - and then you’ll recall this little exercise …
- And then you’ll come back here to click on the Vote button … Thank you !!
I’m not against that idea, but if it’s done we should have the option to define our choice in Preferences as I still want to keep the current way.
And so, I vote for it to get the both options.
I have a standard filter to exclude photos that I rejected to help with culling images.
I would absolutely hate to have to set that every time I start PL. For casual filter users what you propose may be helpful, but it should definitely be an option only.
Even better, how about filter presets? You set a bunch of filters, give them a name and then set a standard filter preset in your preferences just like you do with processing presets.
I would vote for this solution