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Topic: Removing individual photos without going through the "create" process

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Fred_Oxford (Over 1 year ago)
It would be great to be able to delete individual photos form a complete synth - I call these "orphans" that don't synth properly. The only way this can be done now (as far as I have worked out) is to go through the uploading process again, and then deleting the old synth - which means you lose the views, the favourites and the comments...
Jonathan (Over 1 year ago)
We'll be working on this soon. The first way this will be exposed will be a way to suppress all the photos that didn't synth in.
Fred_Oxford (Over 1 year ago)
look forward to it!
Pierrot21 (Over 1 year ago)
will be a way to suppress all the photos that didn't synth in.
GREAT if it's a chance you suppress all the synths which are 0% synthy!
GREAT if you suppress all the photos in deleted synths (I would say they don't synth anymore ;-))) and we get the space back to our 20 GB

BUT
if you are sure that the picture you are going to delete because it doesn't synth in one synth, is not synthing in another one; or it would be a disaster :-(((
Pierrot21 (Over 1 year ago)
To Fred_Oxford:
Sorry, you are wrong, as far I have worked out ;-)))
by deleting a synth, you just delete views, favourites and comments (just what you wanted to keep :-((( but not the pictures: Easy to verify by reading the log, and loooking the way it's doing when you create again: there is no upload for the pictures!
The goal is to save the time for uploading when you use the same pictures in many synths.
I allready posted something about that (keeping comments, views, favourites) in the 'get satisfaction' forum
Fred_Oxford (Over 1 year ago)
To Pierrot21 - you are right, the photos stay there. I agree with keeping the other items. My issue is that we should be able to edit the photos we don't want out of the completed synth rather than re-uploading additional photos, or making other changes
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