display advert from AAX.
Alex, Scott, would it be possible to make an exclusive deal between AAD & AAX?Mock up example:If AAX source selected, AND it returns results, display advert from AAX. The above works nicely if "group by" is set as "source". If that setting is something else, FORCE AAX source to display like in "group by: source", others like the setting dictates. This way the AD would always be above AAX results. What do you say? Disclaimer: I've very poor knowledge of how online adverts work (is it load count, click count, etc.?).And add text link ("vote here"?) per cover if that is really required.
My original statement was "I don't understand why AAD and similar programs are necessary to access the site[/u]."
Personally I'd like to have it set to unknown if you can't glean any proper info from them.
sometimes when I remove a cover, the whole AAD GUI seems to "freeze"[snip]"remove whole source results" feature
Does the program support ID3v2.4 fully? When I try to search for albums based on ID3 tags often only the artist or the album name is listed, even though both are filled out when I view the files in Foobar.
Should do. It uses TagLib#. If you can isolate a specific file that you think is being misread, and you can send it to me, then I can take a look at that file and see what's going on. Otherwise, you can get the tag information directly from Foobar by using the Foobar browser instead of the File browser.
Sent you a PM.
000000 49 44 33 04 00 80 00 00 11 1f 54 52 43 4b 00 00 00 04 00 00 00 30 33 00 54 50 ID3.......TRCK.......03.TP00001a 45 31 00 00 00 20 00 03 00 00 00 1b 01 ff 00 fe 45 00 6c 00 6c 00 65 00 6e 00 E1... .......ÿ.þE.l.l.e.n.000034 20 00 41 00 6c 00 6c 00 69 00 65 00 6e 00 54 49 54 32 00 00 00 28 00 03 00 00 .A.l.l.i.e.n.TIT2...(....
Quote from: helstegt on 04 January, 2010, 03:58:26 PMSent you a PM.Thanks for that. I've taken a look at the file. The problem isn't ID3v2.4, the problem is that the tag is slightly corrupt. Fortunately Foobar seems capable of ignoring the error, but TagLib# is not. If you use Foobar to re-write the tag information, it should clear up the problem. What software did you use to tag the file in the first place?
Quote from: helstegt on 05 January, 2010, 05:48:38 AMI've checked out Tag&Rename, and that isn't the cause of the problem. It should be able to solve it, though. Select all your files, and use the Multi-File tag editor. Uncheck all the fields (so it won't make any changes), then click the Save Tags button. It will then re-write them.
To remove all the results from a source, simply uncheck it and hit the Search button again. Hitting Search the second time will add results from any newly selected sources, and remove results from unselected sources.