gggirlgeek wrote:I'm looking for a preset that merges (with a semicolon) all the tags for duplicate tracks on multiple albums. So I think it would have to add all fields with some exceptions. These fields would be added without semicolons only if the <Into field> is empty: Artist, Title, and Lyrics; then possibly Tempo, Mood, Occasion, Quality, Original Artist, Lyricist and Title, Playlists, Rating, and the Custom fields of choice. *I'm out of breath!*
gggirlgeek wrote:...OK, I guess that's why you created the Track Redirection extension.
However, for those who don't want to be dependent on asx files
gggirlgeek wrote:One idea is to make it a rather large selection dialog with a lot of pull-downs in order to select the fields that are wanted. (This would also be a good all-around preset for many situations without having to hunt through the long list (i.e. Live tracks, Rare recordings, Podcasts, updating Classifications.) Put it on your toolbar, select the duplicates in your tree node, and click the button. Done! (Maybe even a Tag Merg extension??)
I know there are several presets that work on individual multi-tag fields. I guess I was thinking of combining them and putting them on steroids.
ZvezdanD wrote:gggirlgeek wrote:I'm looking for a preset that merges (with a semicolon) all the tags for duplicate tracks on multiple albums. So I think it would have to add all fields with some exceptions.ZvezdanD wrote:...the Track Redirection add-on has a possibility to synchronize only selected tags, you could define which ones you want to synchronize at the Track Redirection sheet in the Options dialog box.
Vyper wrote:Copied all the presets from the first post and put them in a notepad replacement text file (I use EditPad which has a free version). I then sorted the presets alphabetically and I can search for any terms or parts of terms to find the preset I want.
WimYogya wrote:Can anyone help me restore/reset one of my most used presets: find and replace text?
WimYogya wrote:I thought I had described my problem properly
WimYogya wrote:And you said I can re-import the original preset. But where/how can I find that import feature?
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