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Process Recipe order doesn't stick

Postby ShaneB » Sun Mar 10, 2019 6:48 am

Greetings

I have noticed of late that reordering my process recipes only works briefly. Maybe the next time I open C1, they will be in the correct order, but sooner rather than later, they will be out of order again.

Anyone having similar problems - and if so, do you have a fix?

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Re: Process Recipe order doesn't stick

Postby DBMoore » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:59 pm

I have been experiencing the same also.
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Re: Process Recipe order doesn't stick

Postby ShaneB » Tue Mar 12, 2019 1:26 am

Thanks David

FYI, when no-one on this board mentioned they'd had the problem (and provided a solution) I reported it to Capture One. Hopefully, they'll either give me a solution or note it for the next upgrade.

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Re: Process Recipe order doesn't stick

Postby lococroco » Tue Mar 12, 2019 6:09 pm

I am noticed too: def name ordering i use for editing (separate cameras) and after I want to export images in date order. But processing batch and results was in name order.
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Re: Process Recipe order doesn't stick

Postby sangiovese9 » Wed Apr 17, 2019 6:37 am

I have the same issue each time I start Capture One. My manually-ordered Process Recipes lose their ordering in the list. It makes it difficult to find and change among them.
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Re: Process Recipe order doesn't stick

Postby ShaneB » Thu Apr 18, 2019 2:35 am

Keeping my fingers crossed: it appears this has been fixed in 12.0.3!

On my machine, at least.
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Re: Process Recipe order doesn't stick

Postby ShaneB » Sun Apr 21, 2019 2:28 am

ShaneB wrote:Keeping my fingers crossed: it appears this has been fixed in 12.0.3!

On my machine, at least.


I spoke too soon.

The order stuck for about 3 days - then back to the old order!

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Re: Process Recipe order doesn't stick

Postby Nature Isme » Sun Apr 21, 2019 4:42 pm

I've got the same problem: it's been there for a long time. My solution was to prepend all of the recipe names with numbers. C1 seems to keep numerical order straight. For example:

01 JPEG, 25%
02 JPEG, 50%
03 JPEG, 100%
004 TIF, 50%
005 TIF, 100%

If I add a recipe, it's named either as a variant of the above (eg 01a JPEG, 25% no metadata), which makes C1 fit it into my order, or I give it a new numerical prefix. I use different prefix lengths to clearly separate groups of prefixes like recipes used for email, printing, and showing on a computer or tablet.

BTW: I renumbered them in the C1 Application Support folder (Recipes 120) with C1 closed. Was a bit easier than doing it in C1 and worked fine.
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Re: Process Recipe order doesn't stick

Postby ShaneB » Mon Apr 22, 2019 3:07 am

Nature Isme wrote:I've got the same problem: it's been there for a long time. My solution was to prepend all of the recipe names with numbers. C1 seems to keep numerical order straight.
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BTW: I renumbered them in the C1 Application Support folder (Recipes 120) with C1 closed. Was a bit easier than doing it in C1 and worked fine.


Thanks. I'll give that a try.

It shouldn't be necessary though.
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Re: Process Recipe order doesn't stick

Postby ShaneB » Mon Apr 22, 2019 4:06 am

ShaneB wrote:
Nature Isme wrote:I've got the same problem: it's been there for a long time. My solution was to prepend all of the recipe names with numbers. C1 seems to keep numerical order straight.
...

BTW: I renumbered them in the C1 Application Support folder (Recipes 120) with C1 closed. Was a bit easier than doing it in C1 and worked fine.


Thanks. I'll give that a try.

It shouldn't be necessary though.


I tried it and even that didn't work!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/l9w5441z1hnck03/Screen%20Shot%202019-04-22%20at%2010.57.17.png?dl=0

Frustrating!!
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Re: Process Recipe order doesn't stick

Postby Nature Isme » Mon Apr 22, 2019 4:52 am

That's weird: it worked on all 3 of my licensed machines.

Did you quit C1 first and then rename the files in the folder ~/Library/Application Support/Capture One/Recipes120?

It's important that C1 not be running and that you rename the files in the Finder, not in C1's Process Recipes list. My approach failed for me when I tried renumbering within C1, but works fine when I did it in the Finder.
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Re: Process Recipe order doesn't stick

Postby ShaneB » Tue Apr 23, 2019 2:33 am

Nature Isme wrote:That's weird: it worked on all 3 of my licensed machines.

Did you quit C1 first and then rename the files in the folder ~/Library/Application Support/Capture One/Recipes120?

It's important that C1 not be running and that you rename the files in the Finder, not in C1's Process Recipes list. My approach failed for me when I tried renumbering within C1, but works fine when I did it in the Finder.


Yes.
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