MMFrLife wrote:Ok, that's the "Auto-Tag from Web" window.
When it's white, it doesn't say anything like, "No Results..."
Will it not let you select anything?
And you do have the latest version .1830?
charmingnathan wrote:No, the area where one would normally see "No Results...", to the left of the "Search" & "Options" button seems to be fine, it's the area/window directly below that that is completely white and devoid of text or anything else.
MMFrLife wrote:What evidence do you have that convinces you it's actually tagging behind the scene, even if it doesn't show in results?
After I close the 'tagging' window and go back to the actual file, I notice data is filled in that wasn't previously, and on those files I was working on when I first started having problems, there are two or three different artworks, rather than just the one, i.e. where I have been trying to tag, but because I couldn't see anything, I didn't realise the file were being tagged - if that make sense?
Well, originally you suspected that as causing the problem, but that's not the case. If you try it again, it won't be the source but it might compound the issue.
However, the behaviors you've seen since testing things don't seem to be any different than when you had the add-on installed and the "White"
issue has happened since you've had it unistalled (which might be from the updating), so I don't see why not.
I suppose I have nothing much to lose at this stage, I think it's pretty obvious that the issue is quite a serious, if 'odd' one.
I love the idea of Discogs Tagger, but I don't use it. I don't like IE (MM4) or Chrome (MM5). Maybe someday.
charmingnathan wrote:Neither do I, I use Firefox, but I can still use the Discogs Tagger with it, with a little difficulty!
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