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jethro



Joined: 01 Apr 2004
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 21, 2007 12:42 am    Post subject: Cannot Get "Annotations <- DB Names" Script to Reply with quote

Hi, it appears that this script will do what I need, unless someone knows of a better workflow. But unfortunately I cannot get it do ANYTHING.

I'm trying to just add a keyword and/or 'event' annotation to a catalog of photos (175 or so) from a text file. I initially created the text file using the 'Make/Text Data File...' command. It only has fields for 'File Name', 'Keywords', and 'Event'. This is the first row in a table made from the text.

I then did a test with filling in some of the columns with appropirate 'keywords' or 'events'. I put no more than one item per field. I then converted this back to a tab-delimeted text file, with the field names still as the first row.

I installed the script in both iView 3.1 and an older v. 2.6. But no matter what I try, nothing happens when I run the script!

- Am I doing something wrong to get this script to work?

- Could there be an easier workflow than this?

Thanks. Basically, the client can only install the free iView Reader application on their end (which is fairly common). So for them to help add annotations, I thought this may be the easiest way. Any ideas???
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