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kFlickr

kFlickr is a standalone Flickr uploader for KDE. It allows for easy upload with drag and drop. Common attributes can be edited before sending the photo. Multiple users are supported.

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  •  18 Aug 2010 23:53

    Release Notes: This release fixes many bugs such as drag-n-drop not working consistently, non-unique IDs being assigned and causing list issues, a bug causing 'Next' and 'Previous' buttons to disable attribute editing, and a bug preventing entering batch mode when a selection is made with Ctrl-A. The latest translations have been added.

    •  22 Dec 2008 16:55

      Release Notes: This release completes most of the work needed to get Batch Editing functioning as it did in the last KDE3 release, fixes some bugs with drag-n-drop and tags handling, and adds support for international translations.

      •  04 Dec 2008 08:40

        Release Notes: kFlickr was ported to KDE4. Almost a complete rewrite was done to take advantage of what Qt4 and KDE4 have to offer. This version maintains almost all the functionality of the last KDE3 release, with the addition of better user management and spell checking for photo descriptions. It does not yet implement batch editing or kpart functionality. This release is intended to allow the translators to get their work done as well as to flush out bugs.

        •  27 Jul 2007 06:07

          Release Notes: Two features were added: session management and the use of a JPEG or EXIF comment for a default photo description. A nasty bug that causes crashes on batch edit was fixed. The file extension is no longer used in the default photo title. A little progress was made on the manual.

          •  26 Mar 2007 21:33

            Release Notes: This release introduces a major overhaul of the UI to eliminate the properties dialog. It allows each photo to define which photo set it will be uploaded to, and the license for the photo to be defined given supported licenses from Flickr. The sizes have been revamped to take into account the photo's orientation (portrait vs. landscape), and they now support a custom photo size to be defined and used during upload. Major backend work has been done to allow the eventual update to KDE4 to be less painful. Translations have been improved.

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