Re: where do they go?
On Sun, Jul 24, 2005 at 10:36:52PM -0500, Ron Johnson wrote:
> On Sun, 2005-07-24 at 22:15 -0500, Ron Johnson wrote:
> > On Sun, 2005-07-24 at 21:29 -0400, Rick Pasotto wrote:
> > > On Sun, Jul 24, 2005 at 07:56:47PM -0500, Ron Johnson wrote:
> > > > On Sun, 2005-07-24 at 18:52 -0400, Rick Pasotto wrote:
> > > > > When I put a FlashMemory card from my digital camera in my usb
> > > > > cardreader, a 'Warning' pops up asking: "Import photos from
> > > > > device? There are photos on the inserted media. Would you like
> > > > > to import these photographs into your album?" If I click on
> > > > > 'Import Photos' where do they go? Do I need to have already
> > > > > created some special directory for them?
> > > >
> > > > You should be able to specify where you want them to go.
> > >
> > > Really? Where and when do I do that? Certainly I *should* be able
> > > to but if it doesn't ask me, if I don't even know what program is
> > > running, HOW CAN I?
> > >
> > > If you don't *KNOW* why do you bother replying with such idiocy?
> > Because when I attached my camera to my PC, a similar window popped
> > up, and I *did* specify where I wanted them put.
> > Unfortunately, it's been a while, so I don't remember how I did it,
> > and there are no pics in my camera, so I can't test it.
> OK, I just took a picture and plugged in my camera.
So what? I inserted a memory card into a card reader. I did *not* plug
in a camera. I don't even have the camera physically here, just the
If what I saw looked anything at all like that I would not have had a
> The "Import Photos" window of this "window print" explicitly shows
> that you can specify the destination.
> Eyeballing the output of "$ ps aux | grep $USER" showed that the
> process is "gthumb --import-photos".
Of course I had checked the ps command and saw *nothing* that looked
> GNOME 2.10, Sid
> But since you didn't specify *any* relevant details, no one knows what
> the hell you're using.
I specified *all* the available details, including *all* the text in the
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