Filter images in folder to show ONLY liked images
I have been using Lightroom and DxO for a long time. I have occasionally played around in On1 Photo RAW since 2013 but I have never tried processing a large shoot in it before tonight. I made my first pass "Liking" images that I wanted to edit and then compare. I have no idea how many I liked, probably 100 to 120 out o 1800+ images. I thought that I would be able to simply click somewhere and have On1 Photo RAW 2022 show ONLY the images I liked. It's now been 30 minutes and I cannot find how to do this. I don't want to have to create an album or something like that. I want the folder browser to just FILTER based on my selection. Does this program not do that? If it does do this, can someone please tell me where this function is buried?
I did Enable Advanced Search and clicked the "Heart". ALL images in the folder I am browsing disappear. EVERY single one... If I unlick the heart, they come back. This makes no sense as I can clearly see some of the images do have the heart enabled on them. This shouldn't be this difficult. It is so simple in every other program I've used, Lightroom, DxO PhotoLab, Adobe Bridge, even free stuff like DarkTable. What is going on?0
Would you post a screenshot showing the Advanced Settings you are using please?
Make sure you are NOT using the equals symbol for the search parameters. Use ≥ or ≤. I just discovered that choosing the equals sign returns nothing. It looks like a bug to me.0
I just figured it out right before you responded. I did have only the Heart selected as you asked me to confirm. The issue is that the program defaults to "My Catalogs", but I'm working Ad Hoc on site. So I had to select "Browse" and then the program displayed only the images I had just liked in my first pass. Thank you for the prompt response. I appreciate it.0
After choosing the heart in this case, you can change to setting to Filter Current Photos so the program searches just what you are currently viewing in the Browser.0
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