I was using 3.25 just fine then upgraded ... is that the right term for this? .. to 4.0x last November or when it first came out. That experience was gawd awful so I was lucky to be able to get back to 3.25 by just installing it over. But this new Mediamonkey reassociated all my media files. I did not want nor did I know it would do it, but I did not want to change file associations like mp4 to mediamonkey! I had a very nice fully functional system that was all associated just like I liked. After I put Mediamonky 4 on my computer it was a LOT of work to put it all back as it was and a lot of the icons still need to be fixed.
Since nothing this insulting had ever happened before from the nice guys who write the Mediamonkey software I really did trust that going to the next version would be good. Boy was that wrong!!! and that was regardless of underlying functions - this was a real basic bit of software etiquette completely ignored.
So I ask out there and please some of you who have attitude (you should know who you are from your aserbic replies to many who are challenging the big changes we see in version 4) don't reply if you cannot answer this question nicely,
Will an install of MediaMonkey 4.02x whatever is the latest revision, still just go ahead and reassociate every media file it finds with itself?
or has it been made well behaved and not act like apple software or vlc or some of the other super aggressive, take over your computer type programs.
Thanks for the answer,
best, Mosley Godfreid.