Click on it to Flag the photo. You can do various things with flags - it's handy way of making a fast selection, for instance. Say you're looking for a group of photos for some reason, but don't want to make an Album. You can use flags to move photo between events and so on.
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Thanks a lot Terrence.
I read about the various opportunities a 'flag' can offer indeed, but did not see what it's transparent version meant. If I understand you correctly, does it simply refers then to the possibility of using the red flag symbol on the left side of the library to 'mark' images?iMac (PowerMac4,5), Mac OS X (10.4.11), PowerMac4,5 PowerPC G4 (2.1) 800 MHz, 768 MB Sdram
Do you know if it is possible to flag every occurance of an image? When a photo is in "Photos" and in several "Events" and "Albums". The only way I have been able to get this done is to search by image identity, but that can get to be labor intensive.