chris_ellison at hotmail.com
Sat Jul 9 15:04:36 PDT 2005
As a user, this has been somewhat "annoying" to me. When I do a search,
I get results that have the same exact picture listed multiple times.
For example, a search for "hand" will return 10 results...of which only
3 are unique pictures (1 is listed twice, 2 are listed 4 times...grand
total is 10).
Is there a nice way of dealing with this? Or is this an unavoidable side
effect (or purposeful effect) of categorizing images.
Jarno wrote on 2005.07.09 10:47:
>I want talk about duplicates that are in Libary.
>My correct submission count is 32 and the ocal statistics.txt says 45. So
>i check it and there is 13 duplicates of my cliparts.
>I did make quick look of the OCAL release and there least 20% of cliparts
>are duplicates. That makes about 850 cliparts. If the categorys could make
>better and unsorted folder would not hold duplicates the release packet
>would be 10Mb smaller.
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