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Library module Any way to display People names in Grid View?

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it is very tedious to inspect photos one at a time in Loupe View. I am finding that necessary because an alarming number of photos with people were not detected as such using the People button process.

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You could use the Write Data Field command of the Bag-o-Goodies plugin to copy just the Person keywords to the Caption, Copyright, Title, Sublocation, or Creator field (whichever one you don't otherwise use). Then do View > View Options > Expanded Cell Extras to display that field in Grid view.
 

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You could use the Write Data Field command of the Bag-o-Goodies plugin to copy just the Person keywords to the Caption, Copyright, Title, Sublocation, or Creator field (whichever one you don't otherwise use). Then do View > View Options > Expanded Cell Extras to display that field in Grid view.
Sounds like the best I can do for now.

Should I do a feature request to Adobe? What does everyone think?
 

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