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About the top end of Metadata panel

Jul 6, 2013 6:43 AM

I want to know that the different Icons on the "Dashboard" or whatever we call the top end of Metadata panel. The smallish white rectangle with a good bit of info inside and next to it a grey rectangle with more details. (See inlined image below)

 

I scanned a while in the help file but haven't come up with a discription of all the various icons and what they mean... I suspect it might vary by camera too so more complications.

 

The one thats bugging me now is incuded below; what does the the human figure mean?  And further where can I get a detailed discription of what all the different icons that might appear in that white rectangle might mean?

 

AdBridge_metadataIconsHuman.jpg

 
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    Jul 6, 2013 7:21 AM   in reply to HarryPutnam

    It's called the metadata placard.  There's a good description in the Bridge help pdf.  The position where the human figure is located contains an icon for white balance.  That white balance icon represents 'custom.'  Look in help url below and search on 'metadata placard.'

     

    http://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/bridge_reference.pdf

     
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