trixmoto wrote:Well you can set the ImageType. However, you can only have one of most types (in the ID3 specs at least) and the script has no idea of knowing what type the image is. So I thought it best to make them all unknown so that you can find them and specify them if you want to. Do you have a better idea?
MM has always let me specify multiple (duplicate) cover types, I was not aware that the id3 spec had a restriction.
I would assume the vast majority of cases are people adding the 'front cover' image. Possibly any other additional images may be something else, but then I would expect the user to manually specify them anyway.
In any case, the most common image that google art returns, is the cover image anyway.
When I set the "img.ItemType = 0" or even 1 it did not appear to set the type, have you got this to work, I could not?
I also 2nd Urlwolf's comments!
Also, Trix do you know why the hotkey pneumonics(sp?) (underlined letters) function without pressing the ALT key?
At first I did not mind, but something came up where I needed to manually navigate the webpage within the google art finder window, but when I was retyping my search string, the hotkeys kept activating thus preventing me from typing in the field.
This is reproducable by..
opening the google art window.
let it load the first image
try to type something in the search field containing "N", "S", or "A".
Shouldn't the hotkeys activate ONLY when pressing ALT? That is the normal windows behaviour... seems like a MM issue.