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Change label in metadata panel

Community Beginner ,
Sep 10, 2021 Sep 10, 2021

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Hello there

How can I change the tags that are in the right panel of the metadata?  

I need "ID de Asignación" to appear instead of "TransmissionReference" (or Referencia de Transmisión)
 xml1.jpg

 

 

In the file info window I was able to do it, but not the metadata panel.
xml2.jpg

 

 

Gracias

Antonio



 

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Community Expert , Sep 13, 2021 Sep 13, 2021

I used the Custom Metadata Panel to make a version of AgendaLiveUp.

The labels are correct and it is possible to edit the xmp:Label property. You could make xmpLabel a dropdown of controlled values to match your local use.

gregreser_0-1631562040895.png

 

I think this would be much better than the XML custom extenstion.

 

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Sep 10, 2021 Sep 10, 2021

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You cannot change the Metadata panel. What version of Bridge is this and where is that xml file located?

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Sep 10, 2021 Sep 10, 2021

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Hello Lumigraphics

 

The versios of Bridge is 2021, and the XML is in:

 

/Users/dalai/Library/Application Support/Adobe/XMP/Metadata Extensions/AgendaLiveUp/view/AgendaLiveUp.xml

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Is that an AEM extension? If so, I'd ask in the AEM community

 

https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/

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I don't have much experience in this, I don't know if it is an AEM extension.

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That extension isn't part of the regular Bridge installation so it must be coming from somewhere else. Is your shop using Experience Manager?

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Sep 12, 2021 Sep 12, 2021

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That's right, that extension is not part of a regular Bridge installation, a friend helped me to create the file, but did not know why the labels in the Metadata panel cannot be changed, and that is why I asked the question.

 

 

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Have you asked your friend for help?

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Yes, but he did not know why the labels in the Metadata panel cannot be changed, and that is why I asked the question.

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Unfortunately we have no way to test or troubleshoot a custom extension.

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This looks like an XML extension based on the XMP Metadata UI SDK CC 2014 

I have found that these extensions have several bugs and can be tricky. I can look at your extension, if you would be able to share the entire folder /AgendaLiveUp

 

You might consider an alternative for making custom metadata panels. It is more reliable and has many more features. https://exchange.adobe.com/creativecloud.details.103752.html

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I used the Custom Metadata Panel to make a version of AgendaLiveUp.

The labels are correct and it is possible to edit the xmp:Label property. You could make xmpLabel a dropdown of controlled values to match your local use.

gregreser_0-1631562040895.png

 

I think this would be much better than the XML custom extenstion.

 

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Hi gregreser

 

I tried to share the AgendaLiveup folder, compressed in ZIP, TAR, etc, but it does not accept it in this chat, I share the 3 files that I have in the folders.I share an image of the contents of the folder. I put this folder in the following path "/Library/Application Support/Adobe/XMP/Metadata Extensions"

 

I renamed the file "sample_en_US.dict" with the extension "txt" because it did not accept the extension "dict".

Thanks

 

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Sep 13, 2021 Sep 13, 2021

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@default855pel8zu0bm Thanks. I was able to re-create the extension folder and load the panel. I also see the same problem you do with the property label. I'll see if I can find a solution.

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@default855pel8zu0bm I'm sorry to tell you this, but you should not use the XML Metadata Panel extension!

 

First, I cannot find a way to change the property label in the Metadata Panel. I tried to create a localization file for the labels, and this also failed. Since the label is correct in the File Info Panel, I can only conclude that this is a bug with the Metadata Panel. Your XML code is correct, the problem is with Bridge.

 

Second, I remembered a big problem with the XML extensions metadata panels - they do not create correct XMP array structures for default namespaces. For example, dc:subject should be a bag list of values, like this:

 <dc:subject>
	<rdf:Bag>
	   <rdf:li>KEYWORD 1</rdf:li>
	   <rdf:li>KEYWORD 2</rdf:li>
	</rdf:Bag>
 </dc:subject>

However, the XML Metadata Panel saves it like this:

<dc:subject>KEYWORD 1; KEYWORD 2</dc:subject>

This is invalid XMP and will not be readable by other panels or applications.

This only seems to happen in an XML metadata panel, the File Info Panel works correctly.

I have reported this to Adobe in the past, but apparantly it has not been fixed. This is especially egregious becasue Adobe created the XMP standard and the xmp namespace. They should be the last ones to write invalid XMP!

 

You should look at the other Custom Metadata Panel I mentioned. 

 

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Sep 14, 2021 Sep 14, 2021

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Thank you, I appreciate your support and your time.

I have used the "Custom Metadata Panel" you mentioned and it has been a very good alternative.

Very grateful for your support

 

Saludos!

Antonio

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