Lightroom Classic: Move the found faces panel to the bottom, and keep on the screen at all times

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One feature that is nice with Face tagging is to drag the found face onto identified face. The issue is that the found faces are in the same scrolling list as the suggested faces. These move off the screen when looking at faces and it is very difficult to use this feature.

It would be awesome if there was a "found faces" section at the bottom that showed the faces identified that says on the screen at all times. Then we could drag / drop the suggestions onto a found face onto the idenitified person. 

In another suggestion I asked to allow face painting using the Painter tool. You could put a painter icon on each of these faces to allow painting, too. This new layout for face tagging would be a great upgrade for me.

The faces in "named people" change with each gallery. It would be nice to pick one, good photo that represents that person whenever we find that person in any gallery.
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Geoff Faulkner

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The problem with a "found faces" section that stays on the screen at all times (both on top or at the bottom) is when there are more people than what fits on the screen. Than you don't see the unnamed people anymore or you have to scrol all the time.
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Yep. This is what my suggestion is attempting to resolve. A horizontal scroll bar that can show all the people tagged would keep it on the screen for most photo shoots. Keep the panel on the screen no matter how you scroll through suggested names.





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Roelof Moorlag

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So you want to 'lock' one row of "found faces' so they are not filling the whole space?
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Geoff Faulkner

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Essentiallly. Separate that found faces with tagged faces so they stay on the screen at all times when working a folder/collection.
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Roelof Moorlag

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You got my vote! :)
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Sorry...I used "found" and "identified" faces. Should have said "named" and "unnamed" to stay consistent.