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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0001956||GeoSetter||Image Data||public||2018-07-06 16:24||2018-08-02 15:23|
|Product Version||3.4.16 beta|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0001956: launching Google Earth causes unsaved changes to be lost|
|Description||Experienced in 3.4.16 and 3.4.82 beta.|
If there are unsaved changes (red items), launching Google Earth causes the changes to be lost.
|Steps To Reproduce||Edit the metadata of a photo, and press OK. Changes are shown in red.|
Launch Google Earth and return to Geosetter - changes disappear.
|Additional Information||Workaround is to launch Google Earth before Geosetter, or save changes in Geosetter first.|
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||Version 3.5 is affected as well.|
Confirming the problem persists in Version 3.5. Also, Vuescan causes the same behaviour when it is closed while Geosetter is running.
Further investigations show that when either Google Earth is opened, or Vuescan is closed, Windows Explorer and Desktop icons are refreshed, as is the list of photos in Geosetter - hence the loss of unsaved data.
System is Windows 10 version 1804, and a nVidia graphics card.