In the manual, Photo RAW's AI Keywords "By default, the photos in all of your all of your cataloged folders are scanned by Photo RAW and all AI-generated keywords are displayed in the AI Keywords section of the Metadata pane."
I left my computer running overnight but none of my catalogued folders were scanned.
I can kick in a manual scan for a photo or a folder (by selecting all with Ctrl-A), and it works, but I don't want to do this with each of my many dozens of catalogued folders.
I could do a search for everything and then select all and scan for keywords. But I don't like that approach because if I try to shut down Photo RAW, it seems upset because I have a task running. If I say to shut down, I then have to initiate the process again the next time I run Photo RAW.
I would have hoped that Photo RAW would just quietly go about automatically scanning for AI Keywords whenever I have the program open and keep track of what had been done whenever it shuts down and pick up again the next time.
Am I missing something? Should I have to manually scan for AI Keywords for all my existing catalogued folders?
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