keywords in LightRoom
gdigiorgi at gmail.com
Sun Oct 4 20:11:36 EDT 2009
They're in the SQLite database (.LRCAT) file that Lightroom uses to do
Muck with its internals at your own risk.
On Sun, Oct 4, 2009 at 4:18 AM, Boris Liberman <boris71 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Jostein, do you also happen to know where LR2 stores the keywords it knows,
> as I'd like to play with it some having read your story below?
>> I never saw the LR1.
>> In v2, you can create a text file with a certain indented format, that
>> will import to LR as a hierarchy. It works like this:
>> If you assign the keyword "Horses" to a picture, it automatically also
>> gets Animals and Livestock.
>> If you want a keyword "container" that's supposed to be just a
>> placeholder for terms, not a keyword you can enclose it in square
>> brackets, eg. "[Animals]". Assigning the keyword "Horses" to an image
>> will then make LR supply Livestock, but not Animals.
>> Further, you can supply synonyms by using curly brackets:
>> "equines" is now a synonym for Horses, meaning that when assigning
>> "Horses" to an image, it also becomes searchable for the synonym.
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