In EditCustomField* script it works like this:
- If all selected tracks have that specific field filled AND they have the same value, than the check mark is shown, to indicate this condition. In any other case, it behaves exactly as eCustom does now, i.e., just menu items are shown.
But remember, this is just a cosmetic enhancement, as I said before. If you think it isn't worth to implement, there's no problem at all.
And I just realized that there's additional complications, in case we have multiple values already set (Example: Soul; R&B
in Genre field). What to do? Show both items with check marks? Show no check mark at all? I'm really not sure... **
Anyway, big thanks for your attention. Fake edit:
* I finally found the link to EditCustomField
, which I was using til I found eCustom.
There's a screenshot to illustrate the way it works.
You'll see its functionality is almost the same as eCustom, except for the fact that there's no way to edit categories, you must create ONE COPY of the script for each field and the list of items is written directly in scripts code. Also, grouping
aren't supported.Fake edit 2:
** Now, looking at EditCustomField screenshot, we can see it in fact checks both items, when there's two values in a field.