Currently Being ModeratedDec 26, 2012 9:34 AM (in response to hotwheels 22)
There are a couple of ways you can see the image metadata in the browser.
You could turn on Image Tooltips so that the metadata is displayed when you mouse over an image or you can turn on Metadata display so that the metadata is shown under the images.
You can customize what data is shown by going to View->Metadata Display->Customize
Note: In the customize window browser view is referred to as grid view
Currently Being ModeratedDec 26, 2012 10:00 AM (in response to hotwheels 22)
i sometimes use a black placeholder image which i move around and put between sets of duplicates while in browser view so that when i go back to list view i can make sure to see that the next two images are in fact the dupes of each other - to make sure i am not deleting a small image that is actually the only version of an image/file in my database.
One more suggestion, Jon. Have you considered to stack the duplicates in browser view? This way stacked images will be grouped in list view, and you can easily tell, which images belong to the same set of duplicates, for example: Three similar images stacked - you can disclose them by pressing the disclosur triangle and compare the file sizes. The stacked images will be indented in the list.