The possible filter elements correspond to the meta properties of the image file.
However, there are the following exceptions:
|Date||This is the date field. Here you can enter a list of dates on which images must have been created to be displayed in the respective selection. It is also possible to enter only one anniversary, for example "1.4."|
If you want to find all images taken in April of any year: "0.4.0000"
If you click on the "?" in the image properties, a date + time filter is automatically created for the current image. You can extend this filter by using + or - to specify a range of minutes from which the images will be displayed: "22.04.2009 11:40:03+10"
|Keyword||This is a list of keywords that must be assigned to the images to be selected. Since you can usually make a selection using the keyword tree, it will rarely be necessary to use this filter.|
|Album||This filter uses a list of albums that must be assigned to the images to be selected. This filter can be useful to determine which images are assigned to all the mentioned albums at the same time.|
|Jpeg||The filter distinguishes whether the file extension of the image noted in fotoARRAY is "jpg" or "jpeg" or not.|
|Is marked||This filter evaluates the image marker. The mark can be assigned (in the licensed version of fotoARRAY) via the context menu as well as the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + N and Ctrl + M. The database export can also set or delete these marks.|
|Duplicate?||This filter queries a field which can be preset with the command "Search duplicates" from the Tools menu. Here all images are marked, where the file name and the file size match. Use this filter to find files in one directory that are also contained in another directory.|
|Offline||This filter evaluates whether the image file is currently available or not. An image file is not available if the path listed in the database is not or no longer correct, or if the image is located on a hard disk that is not currently logged into the system.|
|ISO||This filter allows the selection of values from a drop-down list. However, it is also possible to enter a value directly after > or <.|