Conor wrote:Glad you discovered the linking feature. It's quite useful due to it 's flexibility. We are looking at using aliases instead of file paths in the future that allow the file to be moved and still be found. However we are not 100% behind aliases as aliases are more complicated and also work inconsistently when changing machines. In the edit window under links you can select a link and then use the "move" button, this will have Bookpedia take over the file and move it in with the database folder of the pedias. You no longer would have to worry about the location of the file, just like you don't worry about the main cover file. Remember to backup your entire data folder, so that the moved files are also backed up.
Thank you for your Answer Conor. I've just tried it. I will Use it. But, from my point of view, there's one default : It moves the original file. I would have prefered it to be just copied, since I prefer having my original Files remaining in a safe place. I will just make a copy of all my back cover files before using the move function. In htis case, I don't mind if the copies are moved. But, if you could add a "copy" button, I think it will be nearly perfect ...
We have considered an inline browser for images so that they can be seen in the info view, but we haven't quite figured how it would work yet. If all your links are images you could modify the info view template to display all links as images, instead of the link name. You add the following img tag somewhere inside the [linksBegin] and [linksEnd] tags.
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<img src="[link:url]" title="[link:name]" />
I must acknowledge that I don't understand what you say here, sorry.