MediaMan wrote:Well misery loves company, so thans for the post.
The expert advice is " If you are using MediaMonkey 4., your "Scripts.ini" file will be located in the "C:\Users\XXX\AppData\Roaming\MediaMonkey\Scripts" folder. If using MediaMonkey 3, your "Scripts.ini" file will be located at "C:\Program Files (x86)\MediaMonkey\Scripts".:
I have MediaMonkey 4, and the only thing that worked for me was to edit the Scripts.ini file I found in at "C:\Program Files (x86)\MediaMonkey\Scripts !!
MM handling of, and need for INI files is bizzare, inconsistent, and a complete pain. It never fails to cause grief, especially when rebuilding machines, working with multiple computers and operating systems. Even when found (often in hidden folders), you then need to put entries in there to point elsewhere! Why all this cannot be done in the app (settings) is beyond me, but thats a different movie.
Back to reports, turns out the simpler native reporting is meeting my needs anyway, so all is good.
You should try it, it is a neat little programtrixmoto wrote:I never actually get any time to use it
trixmoto wrote:No, this isn't configurable. I could try and add this in a future version, if it's something you really want?
What's in the mask isn't really important. If you just put "Bob" you should just see "Bob" displayed for each track. Are you clicking on the album link to get through to the album page?
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