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Querying and Filtering
The text field allows you to search using keywords. Keyword searching matches on different fields depending on the object type:
|Scene||Title, Details, Path, OSHash, Checksum, Marker titles|
|Image||Title, Path, Checksum|
|Marker||Title, Scene title|
|Gallery||Title, Path, Checksum|
Keyword matching uses the following rules:
- all words are required in the matching field. For example,
foo barmatches scenes with both
barin the title.
orkeyword or symbol (
|) is used to match either fields. For example,
foo or bar(or
foo | bar) matches scenes with
barin the title. Or sets can be combined. For example,
foo or bar or baz xyz or zyxmatches scenes with one of
- the not symbol (
-) is used to exclude terms. For example,
foo -barmatches scenes with
fooand excludes those with
bar. The not symbol cannot be combined with an or operand. That is,
-foo or barwill be interpreted to match
bar. On the other hand,
foo or bar -bazwill match
- surrounding a phrase in quotes (
") matches on that exact phrase. For example,
"foo bar"matches scenes with
foo barin the title. Quotes may also be used to escape the keywords and symbols. For example,
foo "-bar"will match scenes with
- quoted phrases may be used with the or and not operators. For example,
"foo bar" or baz -"xyz zyx"will match scenes with
baz, and exclude those with
orkeywords or symbols at the start or end of a line will be treated literally. That is,
or foowill match scenes with
- all matching is case-insensitive
Filters can be accessed by clicking the filter button on the right side of the query text field.
Note that only one filter criterion per criterion type may be assigned.
Sorting and page size
The current sorting field is shown next to the query text field, indicating the current sort field and order. The page size dropdown allows selecting from a standard set of objects per page, and allows setting a custom page size.
Saved filters can be accessed with the bookmark button on the left of the query text field. The current filter can be saved by entering a filter name and clicking on the save button. Existing saved filters may be overwritten with the current filter by clicking on the save button next to the filter name. Saved filters may also be deleted by pressing the delete button next to the filter name.
The default filter for the top-level pages may be set to the current filter by clicking the
Set as default button in the saved filter menu.