When uploading pictures on the upload page of Inat website you can select several pictures and click on “combine” to group them together. I think people who deal with a lot of pictures will appreciate a keyboard shortcut for the “combine” command. I know my wrist will.
Perhaps a keyboard shortcut would help, but I wouldn’t trust an automatic stacking to get a set of images for one observation in the proper order that I desire. The images will appear on the upload page in a time sequence, I believe. So if I am combining 3 to 5 images of a plant showing flowers, inflorescences, leaves, stem, etc., I might have taken them in some more-or-less random sequence in the field and there’s no telling how those would be stacked using a keyboard shortcut. I have control over that sequence when I combine them manually.
If they were auto-stacked with a keyboard shortcut, I could theoretically go in after-the-fact and re-order the images as desired–but that just adds an additional and undesirable editing burden.
Hi, may I ask how you do that?
Drag and drop photos one by one, first one in a row stays first for observation.
To clarify, I’m asking for a strict equivalent to clicking the button “combine” with the mouse. This is only for the sake of having less mouse movements.