Could you add the option to change where it looks for a text file? It would like it to look in the same directory, not one level up.
I have a problem when I try to edit a text file though. A "\.\" directory is added like this:D:\Music\Fugazi - 13 Songs\.\13 Songs.txtWhen it should have been:D:\Music\Fugazi - 13 Songs\13 Songs.txt
That's the same actually, so it shouldn't be a problem.
I have a feature request that I could make use of, but I guess it's not really in the scope of this plugin in the first place:An option in preferences, to set the file types to look for. A custom line like the one for "Album list" and "Core".
QuoteI have a feature request that I could make use of, but I guess it's not really in the scope of this plugin in the first place:An option in preferences, to set the file types to look for. A custom line like the one for "Album list" and "Core".I'm not sure what you mean here. Do you propose to have a format string that evaluates to the name of the text file to be used? Or restrict the effects of "guess values from text file" to certain types of music files?
If you could add a feature like this, I would be able to open files like: *.log;*.nfo;*.m3u from within foobar to use with masstagger when renaming and fixing tags.If you think this is way off target, just forget it. I like the foosion_pack anyway
THANKS! This greatly improves my Foobar2000 experience. Some requests: give me a preview of what tradersfriend will parse from the file, and let me browse for the text file, if tradersfriend picks the wrong one.
@Raymond:You can also do this with plain masstagger from 0.7.1 using the "Input data (one line per file)" tag editing action. Use "%temp%" as scheme and paste the contents of the text file in the text box titled "Input data...". After that, rename the files with masstagger; "Output filename format" should be set to "%temp%". Now you can now use masstagger again to get rid of the %temp% tag...
I noticed this plugin doesn't write tracknumber tags. Out of curiousity, what's the reasoning behind this, and is there another easy way to do it? I thought I had way with "Guess from filename" but my newness hasn't gotten it to work.Any info appreciated.Despite