Git commit 6df318f090cfdf0d6d06edeb3bdfd8a7be78f0d0 by Gilles Caulier.
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second pass to Setup Template

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http://commits.kde.org/digikam-doc/6df318f090cfdf0d6d06edeb3bdfd8a7be78f0d0

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     </para>
 
     <para>
-        In the <guilabel>Subjects</guilabel> tab you can assign one or more 
Subject Codes according to the IPTC Photo Metadata Standard to the template. If 
the first option <quote>Use standard reference code</quote> is selected you can 
choose a code from the drop down field and the meaning of it will then appear 
in the fields of the <quote>Use custom definition</quote> section. If you don't 
know the code for the subject you want to assign this way is a bit tedious 
since there are 1400 subjects in the standard. A better way is to look for your 
subject in <ulink url="http://show.newscodes.org/index.html";>this URL</ulink>. 
Here you select <quote>Subject Codes</quote> and your language (English 
recommended) and click <quote>Show</quote>. In the diagram you scroll and make 
additional levels of an item visible by clicking on one of the fields. In the 
field right of the diagram you can find the code of the selected subject.
+        In the <guilabel>Subjects</guilabel> tab you can assign one or more 
Subject Codes according to the IPTC Photo Metadata Standard to the template. If 
the first option <quote>Use standard reference code</quote> is selected you can 
choose a code from the drop down field and the meaning of it will then appear 
in the fields of the <quote>Use custom definition</quote> section. If you don't 
know the code for the subject you want to assign this way is a bit tedious 
since there are 1400 subjects in the standard. A better way is to look for your 
subject in <ulink url="http://show.newscodes.org/index.html";>this URL</ulink>. 
There you select <quote>Subject Codes</quote> and your language (English 
recommended) and click <quote>Show</quote>. In the diagram you scroll and make 
additional levels of an item visible by clicking on one of the fields. In the 
field right of the diagram you can find the code of the selected subject.
     </para>
 
     <para>
-        In general the IPTC Subject Codes are quite comprehensive but on the 
other hand a bit un-complete in some fields, &eg; under Lifestyle and 
Leisure/Games you find just Go, chess, bridge and shogi. So you may want to add 
own subjects, even though they always remain private (or company) subjects. A 
way to do that in &digikam; is to first check <quote>Use standard reference 
code</quote> and select 10001004 which brings you to Lifestyle and 
Leisure/Games/shogi - just to stay in our example. Then you check <quote>Use 
custom definition</quote> and change the last digit of 
<quote>Reference:</quote> to 5 and the text in the <quote>Detail:</quote> filed 
to - say <quote>domino</quote>. You save this custom definition to the template 
by clicking <guilabel>Add...</guilabel> at the right side of the subjects list. 
Then you type in a template title (if it is a new template) and save the 
template by clicking <guilabel>Add...</guilabel> at the right side of the 
templates list. Don't mix up these two!
+        In general the IPTC Subject Codes are quite comprehensive but on the 
other hand a bit un-complete in some fields, &eg; under Lifestyle and 
Leisure/Games you find just Go, chess, bridge and shogi. So you may want to add 
own subjects, even though they always remain private (or company) subjects. A 
way to do that in &digikam; is to first check <quote>Use standard reference 
code</quote> and select 10001004 which brings you to Lifestyle and 
Leisure/Games/shogi - just to stay in our example. Then you check <quote>Use 
custom definition</quote> and change the last digit of 
<quote>Reference:</quote> to 5 and the text in the <quote>Detail:</quote> field 
to - say <quote>domino</quote>. You save this custom definition to the template 
by clicking <guilabel>Add...</guilabel> at the right side of the subjects list. 
Then you type in a template title (if it's a new template) and save the 
template by clicking <guilabel>Add...</guilabel> at the right side of the 
templates list. Don't mix up these two!
     </para>
 
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