KDE Image Database (KimDaBa) is a tool for indexing, searching, and viewing images.
Version: 2.1If you are like me you have hundreds or even thousands of images ever since you got your first camera, some taken with a normal camera other with a digital camera.
Operating System: Linux
Through all the years you believed that until eternity you would be able to remember the story behind every single picture, you would be able to remember the names of all the persons on your images, and you would be able to remember the exact date of every single image.
I personally realized that this was not possible anymore, and especially for my digital images - but also for my paper images - I needed a tool to help me describe my images, and to search in the pile of images. This is exactly what KimDaba is all about.
With KimDaBa it is today possible for me to find any image I have in less than 5 seconds, let that be an image with a special person, an image from a special place, or even both.
There is of course no such thing as free lunch - with KimDaBa this means that you have to annotate all your images before you are set. KimDaBa is, however, highly optimized for annotating images, so annotating 100 images in 10 minutes are no way impossible.
What's New in This Release:
· BUGFIX: Using kapp->invokeHelp to show help rather than kapp->invokeBrowser, as the later doesn't work unless your default browser is konqueror.
· BUGFIX: the category was sometimes shown twice in the status bar
· BUGFIX: remove tokens didn't work for KDE 3.4