I’ve been evaluating EF for a couple of days now, and am seriously considering buying it. Great program.
I do however have a small question, which might be more likely be a feature request:
Is it possible to customize the Tag Cloud for structure in some way?
It would be extremely helpful if the user could have a way to break the cloud into sections either by some sort of “split” character as part of the tag, or segmented by regex rules, or something.
For example… I’ve got tags for what room of the house this is a picture of. Those tags begin with “rm:” such as rm:Kitchen, rm:Livingroom, rm:Bathroom. I’ve also got more detailed information about the contents of the room such as rf:ChaiseLounge, rf:Armoire, rf:Ottoman. Also, there are other attributes which follow the same sort of tagging convention.
If the cloud could be told to automatically split the list into sections based on the prefix (ended by the colon character) or perhaps even more flexibly a list of regex rules for each section that would be helpful in finding the tags from several shorter lists.
Perhaps, and it might just be the control freak in me, if you could expose more information about x-eaglefiler/assign and unassign, and if there’s anything like x-eaglefiler/isassigned that could be used to tell the status of the current record? This would allow those of us who really want to create a structured “Tag Matrix” based on our specific need could make using EF even more efficient for our needs.
Thanks for your consideration, and making such a great program even even better.