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When a MediaMonkey theme is used, the cursor behaves erratically when attempting to edit track properties in any language that is right to left (e.g. Hebrew or Arabic). To get around this problem: 1. Go to Tools | Options | Appearance | Skins 2. ...
Some devices won't show the Track # field written by MediaMonkey for WAV tracks. This occurs because some devices expect an uppercase tag (like Windows Media Player), whereas others expect a lowercase tag (the default used by MediaMonkey). If this is...
By default, MediaMonkey uses a set of rules to guess any track properties that are not defined in tags. If MediaMonkey is regularly guessing track properties incorrectly, those rules can be easily changed. These rules are stored within the [SongMasks] s...
If you've configured MM to save artwork to the tag then it causes the Tag to be updated with the Artwork along with any other changes to the Track's properties.
MediaMonkey saves WAV tags in UTF-8 format by default. This is useful in most cases since it means that 'regular text' in wav tags is readable by any application, and 'foreign text' can also be saved. The downside is that other applications may be inc...
When the Analyze Volume or Level Volume commands are used, MediaMonkey stores volume leveling information to the tags and the db. As of MediaMonkey 3.0.2, it is possible to delete this information by editing the Track Volume co-efficient in the Trackli...
MediaMonkey can write almost any character when writing a filename, except for those characters that are considered illegal by an operating system. In such cases, MediaMonkey substitutes unsupported characters with 'similar' ones that are supported. For i...
Using Amazon source for "Auto-Tag from Web" in some cases fails with the error "Request from ??????????????????? is throttled." This error is caused by Amazon engine which limits number of search requests from same IP address. Most common cause is tha...
If you receive a Socket Error when using Auto-Tag from Web with an Amazon source, it can be caused by a transient server problem on the Amazon service or by a firewall problem (this might occur after you've performed an upgrade without updating firewall r...
MediaMonkey 3 and 4, by default save Year and Date metadata in ID3 v2.3 tags to TYER / TDRC frames. Although this is generally a good approach for maximum compatibility, some users may wish to change this since TDRC is normally associated with ID3 v2.4 ta...