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I'm afraid EXIF data is too specific. I've been reading about the procedures you told me, and for instance, to access the data with  imp-procedural-db-get-data, an identification string is needed. I tried with "EXIF" but with no success.
  I'll try to find more about this, by looking for the EXIF structure in the net.
  Any clues will be very welcomed.
  Kevin Cozens <kcozens@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
  There is a script called Add Border which can be found under Filters/Decor of 
the Image menu (ie. right click the image to find the menu entry).

I haven't had to work with EXIF data attached to images but a quick check in 
the procedure browser indicates that you may be able to get the EXIF data you 
want using imp-procedural-db-get-data. If not, enter 'data' in to the 
procedure browser to see other possible PDB calls that might do what you want.


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