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Re: Custom Report 2.8 - Updated 05/03/2011

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This is a track report. If you just want to list the artists and albums try my "Just List Albums" and "Just List Artists" scripts.
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Re: Custom Report 2.8 - Updated 05/03/2011

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When I export a Tracklist with PlaylistOrder... It starts couting with 0... Wheras in Mediamonkey it starts with 1... So I always have to go over and change the numbering before printing out the tracklist and put it in my cd case... I assume this can be a bug.... I would be extremely glad if this was fixed!

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Re: Custom Report 2.8 - Updated 05/03/2011

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This isn't a bug, the field is zero-indexed (starts from 0). You can use the format "A1" to correct the numbering.
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Re: Custom Report 2.8 - Updated 05/03/2011

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Ahhhh... Thaaank you!... Makes my life easier! : D
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Re: Custom Report 2.8 - Updated 05/03/2011

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Is there a way to create a report that shows a list of tracks that have embedded lyrics that are timed and a list that are not timed?
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Re: Custom Report 2.8 - Updated 05/03/2011

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This script just lists all the tracks which you select, so if you separate them into two lists and generate two separate reports, then yes.
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Re: Custom Report 2.8 - Updated 05/03/2011

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When attempting to install customreports 2.8, I get an error message: Product installation error.

How can I install what seems to be exactly what I need? I do not have MM gold.

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Re: Custom Report 2.8 - Updated 05/03/2011

Post by Guest »

Sorry, by going through several pages, I found my answer. Although I am the administrator on my Vista PC, I have had to log in as "Administrator" to get past the firewall or anti-virus. I did so and it installed just fine.
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Re: Custom Report 2.8 - Updated 05/03/2011

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Hi trixmoto,

just want to compliment you on a fine script, that's very simple to use. Good job!
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Re: Custom Report 2.8 - Updated 05/03/2011

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Thanks, I'm glad you like it :)
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Re: Custom Report 2.8 - Updated 05/03/2011

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I want to create a report that shows the tags that are missing data in the Custom5 field. I figured out how to create a report that lists "all" Custom5 data but it doesn't show what song the tag is for. Please advise. Thank you.
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Re: Custom Report 2.8 - Updated 05/03/2011

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I'm sorry, I don't understand what it is that you're after. This script reports the data that is in the fields, what else are you expecting it to show?
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Re: Custom Report 2.8 - Updated 05/03/2011

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I use the Custom5 field in my tags. There are only a few tags in my library that the field is blank. I want to generate a report that identifies what tags have a blank Custom5 field.
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Re: Custom Report 2.8 - Updated 05/03/2011

Post by Mizery_Made »

You can use an auto-playlist/filter or MagicNodes to show only those files with blank Custom 5 fields in the main window, and then run the report on said files. This script doesn't have the ability to filter the report itself to files with only empty fields or what have you.
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Re: Custom Report 2.8 - Updated 05/03/2011

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Thank you.
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