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Library module Metadata Presets

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As I continue to add metadata presets, the list continues to grow and is becoming endless scrolling. Is there a way to organize this list so that it doesn't scroll so much? I'm thinking something like the keyword hierarchy that has neat little triangles that expand and collapse the list of these presets. I should add that I've read the various posts about metadata and "Jeffrey’s “Metadata-Viewer Preset Editor” Lightroom Plugin" and not sure if this would accomplish what I'm looking for. Have just downloaded it and will install later today.

Thanks in advance,
Kevin
 
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"Jeffrey’s “Metadata-Viewer Preset Editor” Lightroom Plugin". will let you create you own metadata view It won't help you wade through a plethora of user generated Metadata Presets. I suggest that you rename your metadata presets so that the most frequently used will float to the top of the alphabetized list.
 
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That's what I thought based on the various discussions that included information about the Metadata-Viewer.

I've already got them organized in that fashion, guess I'll have to refine that even more at this point. Thanks Cletus!!

That could be an enhancement for Lightroom!! :)

Kevin
 
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