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  1. Geoff Coupe
    March 24, 2013

    Actually, you don’t need to relocate each folder individually – just relocate the top folder, and PSU will automatically relocate all the sub-folders and their contents…

    That “tip” BTW, is already out of date. It refers to an earlier version of PSU.

  2. Geoff Coupe
    March 24, 2013

    Oh, and all your links to the PSU forum are pointing to my blog post instead… :-)

    • Bill Ruhsam
      March 24, 2013

      Geoff: Thank you for letting me know about the links. I will get those fixed as soon as I can.

      If your response about the file management is true, this is another reason why ID imager has been a pain in the butt from the get-go. Sure, it’s got a lot of features and wonderful management of the image futility, but the support and documentation leaves a lot to be desired.

      Several people have asked me over the last few years what I use for image management software, and my response has always been “ID imager but I do not recommend it to you.” I cannot in good conscience recommend this software to someone who is not a known glutton for punishment. Hopefully photo supreme will change this paradigm, but I think I will wait and find out. As Chris mentioned below, it is doing what I needed to do right now. Maybe if I have to get a new computer I will do the upgrade.

  3. Chris
    March 24, 2013

    I haven’t jumped on the PSU bandwagon yet either. Ultimately, I’m satisfied with IDI and I haven’t read anything to lead me to believe its worth my time to learn a new program.
    At some point, I suppose, IDI will simply stop working on some theoretical new OS, and I’ll have to face the music. Of course, by then, Google will probably have every possible image in the world pre-calculated and the tagging will occur automatically as long as I let them map my neurons directly. (Sorry, a bit of a tangent there.)

    • Bill Ruhsam
      March 24, 2013

      Chris: One of the major draws and why I am contemplating the upgrade ( but not anymore) is to increase the speed with which I can tag and move stuff about. I don’t know about your particular system, but mine can move very very slowly when I’m trying to do things in ID imager. Tagging can be very laggy at times.

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