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In some languages, acronyms are written with a quotation mark.
When PhotoPrism is getting a photo's location details to set its title and keywords, it currently splits a phrase into two separate keywords when it finds a quotation mark. This leaves some of my photos with a 1 letter keyword and other useless keywords.
I'm not sure if this should be language-based, but it seems to me that we need some sort of logic change when setting keywords.
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Language based improvements for titles, keywords etc are a bit more complex. We know there is room for improvement and will probably implement it at one point but at the moment we have some more important tasks to work on.
@lastzero Single quote works 👍
However, double quote is also valid in some cases/languages. For example, נתב"ג should be a valid keyword. That's how acronyms are written in some languages. Any chance to add such an exception?