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I bracket a lot and "Autostack" them after importing. Autostack doesn't always do a great job; even at 00:00:01 it included images that shouldn't belong. But that's the least of my worries.

I usually end up with a mix of stacked and unstacked images and would like to select out the stacked sets so that I could assign a rating to the stacked sets and get them out of the way, once I've sync'd them. I've checked metadata and Attributes in the Library Filter but there isn't a "stack" option.

I there a way to filter on stacked images only so I can unclutter my work area?
 
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Look at my Search and Replace plugin, Mike. You don't need to buy it to use the Parse and Audit feature which adds stack position to the attributes by which you can filter.

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Look at my Search and Replace plugin, Mike. You don't need to buy it to use the Parse and Audit feature which adds stack position to the attributes by which you can filter.

John
Thanks John,

I've installed it and hope it turns out to be as useful as Syncomatic has been for me. I'll read up on the rest of its features and will probably end up buying it (-:
 
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