Hi, Trixmoto. Thanks for your hard work.
Instead of using just a whitelist and a blacklist, can you implement an option to show, say, the top 5 tag results for an artist/track and enable us to choose from those? I find this would suit my needs better. The whitelist seems somewhat hit and miss as I'm trying to expand upon what genres I have not minimize.
For instance, I'm trying to categorize Alphaville - Forever Young and Alphaville - Sounds Like a Melody. I'm trying to get back either New Wave or Synthpop as a result. Without any modification to the whitelist, I get "80s", which is too general for my taste. If I add "-80s" to the whitelist I get nothing. If I add "*-80s" I get "Pop", which would add Alphaville to the same genre as Colbie Caillat in my library.
Now, I don't want to add "*-80s-Pop" because when I get a new Colbie Caillat track and try to tag it I'll get "Acoustic" instead of the genre I wanted for her which was "Pop".
So is there a way to query last.fm and when it opens the GF Change Track Preview window have an option to select from instead of the top tag returned, the top 3 or top 5 tags so I can choose the tag best suited for my library? Would seem much more efficient than changing the whitelist every time I add a track of a different genre.
Before I stumbled upon your script I spent 4 hours going through every single artist and tagging them manually in conjunction with last.fm with (most of the time) the 2nd or 3rd top tag in the last.fm database. So when I found your script, I thought it was an enormous time saver, but alas isn't working as I expected.
Or maybe I'm just not using your script to its full potential. If so, please instruct me on how to do so. Thanks in advance!