I am a new member and having a question which I already had when using Lightroom 3.6, but even now with Lightroom 4.1 RC, I think that Lightroom counts and displays photos with keywords in 2 different ways:
For a better understanding please look at my attached screenshot. Here you can see an extract of my keyword list (in German).
Although "Thema" (="theme" in English) is a main keyword, the count is only 8. This is because there are actually only 8 photos containing the keyword "Thema", although as you easily see there are at least hundreds (2063 to be exact) of them. Ok, that could be fine - or better said, this is the way of counting #1.
Now let's try to find those images which really have the keyword "Thema" in them:
Go to the filter menu and search for "Thema": you will find all 2063 photos, but only 8 of them really contain "Thema" as a keyword.
This is the way of counting #2. (s. screenshot)
My question: how can I filter to find only those 8 photos? I would like to remove the keyword "Thema" in them.
I hope that sounds understandable and I am looking forward to your answers,