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By lots I mean sometimes 5 copies of the same picture. When I open the Revel DB package and go to that date's directory, I find IMG4332.jpg, IMG4332-2.jpg, IMG4332-3.jpg and so forth. With moving files between computers and so forth, I can understand how a checksum might see these as different files. But the image name should be a tip off. Revel should be able to ask me if these files are duplicates.
Deleting these duplicates is painful. Within the app, just forget it. You can't select files from the carousel. You have to go in each picture screen to delete it, which is incredibly slow. Duplicates are much easier to identify in the package directories. When I delete duplicates there, the files are still shown in the carousel when I relaunch Revel. How do I delete duplicates so that they stay gone without crawling through the carousels?