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Text Entries in LR3

JohnKendrick

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I would like to include more notes on my photos in LR3 than the software provides space for. Why the shot was taken, my thoughts on processing, and so on.

I asked the same question about LR2 and thanks to a recommendations here, I used John Beardsworth's BeardyBigNote PlugIn. It did not, however, survive the move to LR3.

Does anyone know if there is another plug in that would do the trick. Or if Beardsworth (I believe that's his name) has an upgrade.

Thanks in advance for any help,

John Kendrick
 
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It's still available - see http://www.beardsworth.co.uk/lightroom/big-note/. But you should still have the plugin on your system and will simply need to install it again in LR3 through File > Plugin Manager.

Horse's mouth, if that's his name, hm.

John
 

JohnKendrick

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It's still available - see http://www.beardsworth.co.uk/lightroom/big-note/. But you should still have the plugin on your system and will simply need to install it again in LR3 through File > Plugin Manager.

Horse's mouth, if that's his name, hm.

John

Thanks for the reply, mouth or otherwise. I appreciate.

So I tried it, but LR 3 didn't like it. Got the following error message. An internal error has occurred: LrCatalog:findPhotosWithProperty: pluginId parameter is missing or is not a string

Any thoughts? LR3 itself? My setup? I'm running a MacPro with the latest version of Snow Leopard and the latest version of Lightroom.

John Kendrick

Edit: P. S. whoops, sorry, error. I retried with the version I just redownloaded from your website. This one worked. My apologies for the mistake.
 
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