I am having problems getting jAlbum 17.1.1 and Turtle 5.6.6 to display face regions. I have created a sample album to demonstrate the problem: http://bfulgham.com/FaceRegion
I may be missing something somewhere, but it looks to me like the face tag area should display.
Suggestions as to where I should look next?
Edited by: jGromit on 09-Dec-2018 18:31, to make link clickable
I see now, Lightroom is using a different field to write out the name, still it writes out the region coords in MWG format too. I will update my library to be prepared for this case too. Please note, Tiger skin is what I keep maintained - perhaps I will update Turtle too eventually, - but my new skins are using a common codebase, not like the old Turtle.
The code should be able to read the regions even from this data, provided Lightroom wrote a reference to the regions array. It seems Lightroom skips the array and give reference only to the first element. I don't know what the standards say, if it's legit or not, but I will modify my code accordingly.
Thank you for the quick response, and the changes you made. I copied the updated file to the skin lib directory, opened the album, and did a make. The facial recognition box now displays perfectly.
I am more than happy to migrate to the Tiger skin (I had migrated another album structure quite awhile back). The last time I checked, the face recognition was still on your to-do list for Tiger. I'm having the same problem with Tiger and the Lightroom metadata.
I have attached a fresh copy of the original picture to this post.
Sorry to be a pain, but I appear to have the same issue with Tiger.
I copied the FaceRegion album directory structure to FaceRegionTiger.
Opened the new album and changed the skin to Tiger.
Added a new photo and a few screen shots.
Upload to http://bfulgham.com/FaceRegionTiger/index.html
The Tiger album is not displaying the facial regions nor is it displaying the face tag button on the info panel at the bottom of the screen.
The same logic was built into Tiger, so it works if you tag with jAlbum, Windows Live Photo Gallery or Picasa, but Lightroom has another data structure. I have fixed Tiger (and Projector) too, but haven't yet released the update. I'll do it soon.