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Library module Smart collection when there are duplicate keywords

PeteGB

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I’ve got an extensive keyword structure and make use of collections and smart collection.

I’m trying to create a Smart collection containing pictures of my new Grandaughter named Skye.

Unfortunately I’ve got a lot of picture of Skye the Island.

When adding the keyword they are qualified as Skye < Locations and Skye < Family.

I can’t work out how, if at all, I can write a smart collection filter that returns only Skye < Family.

If it says ‘Keyords contains Skye’, I get all person + island pictures. If it’s ‘....contains Skye < Family’ I get done.

I’ve fiddled with all sorts of variations but can’t find one that works.

Is it possible ?

Thanks
 

Wernfried

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What is the reason for Smart Collection? Just filter photos by Keyword 'Skye' in family.
 

PeteGB

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Try two lines and 'Match All'. The first line is keyword contains skye, the second line is keywords contain family.
Johan,

Apologies, bad idea to ask question then not be available to reply to helpful answer.

There isn't 'Match All' but 'Contains' has same effect.

Sorted !

Thanks
 
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