Why list them all?

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thefaceman
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Why list them all?

Post by thefaceman » Wed May 30, 2007 10:55 pm

I am often checking to see if my artist title matches the file name.
I look at all 35000 in my collection and the list often has a few that need to be changed. BUT sometimes there are duplicates that WILL be created (in red). With 35000 there are impossible to find in the list.

Why does the list show ALL of the 35000 instead of JUST the ones that need changing?
-thanks
-thefaceman

pah68
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Post by pah68 » Wed May 30, 2007 11:22 pm

How are you generating the list?
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thefaceman
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Post by thefaceman » Thu May 31, 2007 10:16 am

I click on the Title node
I select ctrl-a to select them all
I right click mouse
I select "auto organize files" option
The destination format field shows as
" .\<Artist> - <Title> "

I suspect there are not many to change but because the name change will create a duplicate i want to list only those that will be changed so i can see where possible duplicated ones are in the list

-thanks
-thefaceman

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Post by trixmoto » Thu May 31, 2007 10:22 am

Try my Un Auto Organised script. It adds a node in the "Files To Edit" node which contains all of the tracks which do not match your current auto organise mask. Then you can just select these and auto organise, which I believe is what you are after.
Download my scripts at my own MediaMonkey fansite.
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