celebrity covermeans to find images with the words "celebrity" and "cover" in any of the fields in the search index. A minus sign (
-) may be used to filter images containing a term. For example,
celebrity cover -glamourmeans to find images that have the words "celebrity" and "cover" but do not contain "glamour". A
*character (wildcard) may be used to search on a prefix. For example,
cloud*would match cloud, clouds and cloudy. Quotation marks may be used around terms to find exact phrases.
keywords: 1.3, image_name: 1.2, caption: 1.1, setup_name: 0.9, project_name: 0.8. This means that when searching for "House", for example, images that have a "house" keyword are ranked higher than those with "house" in the project or setup name.
There are a number of operations that can be done right in the Image Search Results by selecting multiple images:
- Add to Bin
- Add to Collection
- Metadata (Batch Metadata editor)
- Send (Messenger)
- The tabbed results screen make it easy to switch between result types. Clicking on the either of the Images or Projects tabs shows the matching results for the last search terms(s). The next search performed will default to the last-used result type. Use the Previous button (when enabled) to return to the last search results seen - useful if you've navigated to elsewhere within the application and want to get back to your last search results.