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Is there a way to add, edit, or manage tags on images that have already been uploaded into my Image Library? Answered

I always figured I'd go back in later and manage all my image tags, but when I tried it I couldn't figure out how.

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lemonie

Best Answer 10 years ago

Go back to your image library, in Your Library the delete option appears as a little red cross - for tags click on the images you want to manage. Then you need the KEYWORDS box.

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lemonieGorfram

Answer 9 years ago

No trouble, has this only just popped into your view?

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Gorframlemonie

Answer 9 years ago

Er, um, no: my apologies for being so late in acknowledging your kind help. (insert emoticon for "abashed" here)

I saw your answer very soon after I posted the Question, but I somehow let it get lost in the fray. Then I wound up sort of getting lost in the fray myself, and non-virtual concerns have kept me away in the non-virtual world for the last six months or so.

I'm only just getting back online today (well, by now it was yesterday*); and one of the things I did was to go through my old Questions to make sure they all had "Best Answers," and "thank you's" where appropriate.

(*Boy, that's confusing. At least it won't be tomorrow for another six hours or so, even in Australia. :)

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lemonieGorfram

Answer 9 years ago

Have you been doing anything interesting?

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Gorframlemonie

Answer 9 years ago

No, not really.

I have a disabling chronic illness (non-life threatening, but rather hard on the old quality-of-life) that sometimes flares up pretty badly, and that's been most of it. :( There's also been some Stressful Family Stuff to deal with, which (of course) exacerbates my illness.

I'm in a new treatment program that seems to be helping, but it often seems that it's two steps forward & one step back, with frequent sideways stumbles.

I have accomplished a few things in the last six months, the big one being a long-promised visit to my mother. She lives about 200 miles from me, and it can be a 6-7 hour drive if the Seattle metro area traffic gets at all snarled - and 6-7 hours at the wheel will wear me out right down to the bone. But my mom is 80 years old, and so putting things off for too long might be a really iffy sort of prospect.

I've also made some more progress in unpacking boxes from my last move (2 years ago), and have gotten all the soil in my small Community Garden Plot dug and ready to plant in (but nothing planted as yet).

Probably the most interesting thing I've done is a little photograpic fooling around, with some of my better efforts posted on Flickr (www.flickr.com/photos/45086834@N04/  - okay, so I wasn't completely offline, but neither was I up to the intellectal level of Instructables).

How about you?

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lemonieGorfram

Answer 9 years ago

I like the photo set (and I like fluffy-kitties).
Sorry you're ill, I can't do more than that.
I've just been working really, and hanging out with a "bad crowd" at the pub...

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Gorframlemonie

Answer 9 years ago

Thanks :)

Fluffy-Kittie sends regards (and a politely worded demand for fishy-flavored kitty treats).

Thanks for the sympathy. I'm afraid I haven't yet reached the point where I can describe the fact of my illness without a tone of whiny self-pity creeping in despite my best efforts, so my regrets for having subjected you to that.

Glad you have a "bad crowd" to lead you properly astray. :)

- G