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Keywords list

amos diament

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How can I create a keyword list specific to a collection without seeing all other keywords,
Thanks for help.
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The short answer... you can't really. You could create a keyword with the name of the collection, put the other keywords inside it, and then collapse all of the others. Or you could include the collection name in the keyword name, and then filter the keyword list.
 

amos diament

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The short answer... you can't really. You could create a keyword with the name of the collection, put the other keywords inside it, and then collapse all of the others. Or you could include the collection name in the keyword name, and then filter the keyword list.
 

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Ok thanks for answer, that's what I am already doing but I thought there might be a way to see only the list for the specific collection.
Nice to know that reactions to the forum are usually so fast.
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If you simply want to know the keywords in the collection, you can select all the images in that collection (Cmd-A, I think), and look in the Keyword Tags panel on the right.
 
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