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FotoMan67 [Avatar]
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I am new to PhotoDirector10. I created some Albums that I do not want to use any more. They are empty. How can I remove/delete them?
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Hello FotoMan67,

Welcome to the PhotoDirector forum laughing

You'll be pleased to learn that it can be done with a simple right-click on the album name.



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Using PhotoDirector 365 a right click option on the Album does not seem to do anything - any ideas.

I also note that when trying to delete no longer required tags a right click brings up a context menu with a delete option, however it is greyed out and therefore not useable.

Just for clarity there are no remaining photos in the album I wish to delete or photos tagged with the n longer required tag that I wish to delete.

Any help is appreciated

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Update: PhotoDirector was stuck syncronising a couple of photos in the background. I canceled that process and the functionality worked as expected. I suspect there is a bug somewhere there to explore.

Cheers

Craig


Quote Using PhotoDirector 365 a right click option on the Album does not seem to do anything - any ideas.

I also note that when trying to delete no longer required tags a right click brings up a context menu with a delete option, however it is greyed out and therefore not useable.

Just for clarity there are no remaining photos in the album I wish to delete or photos tagged with the n longer required tag that I wish to delete.

Any help is appreciated

This message was edited 1 time. Last update was at Sep 15. 2020 05:08

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