I don't have menu Tool > Tagging.I suppose we need an other component ?
The only thing i miss is opportunity to add tags at special multivalue tagfields like mood, situation and so on - hopefully you will implement that someday.
@LyxTo understand what you mean could you describe me in few words how such a component could look like?
in what way is the masstagger 'old'? i happened to update foobar today and i am still using masstagger scripts..? :unsure:
- ability to add/modify more than one tag at once. It comes down to adding MassTagger scripts to the context menu, which was my request I've mentioned above.
Quote- ability to add/modify more than one tag at once. It comes down to adding MassTagger scripts to the context menu, which was my request I've mentioned above.If you want configurable contextmenu in masstagger, then why do you post this request in Quicktagger-thread instead of in a Masstagger-thread? Are you proposing to "add masstagger to quicktagger" instead of "add contextmenu-options to masstagger"? If yes, could it be that this doesnt make any sense at all?
Quote from: textured on 16 October, 2007, 04:25:44 PMin what way is the masstagger 'old'? i happened to update foobar today and i am still using masstagger scripts..? The "old" possibly refers to the last released version, not to what you do with your internet connection.
in what way is the masstagger 'old'? i happened to update foobar today and i am still using masstagger scripts..?
i was only confused cuz masstagger is still included in the optional components. but thanks for the sarcasm. possibly. incidentally i just transferred all the overlapping features between masstagger and quick tagger.. it took like three minutes and cleaned up the list masstagger scripts a bit.
Its how IMHO good software should work: you just tell it what you want, and the software does all the work for you with predictable results. The predictability-property is also the reason why the menu-structure is like "Quick Tagger ---> Set <Rating> to ---> 1". It acts as a replacement for the lack of a preview: the user is told exactly what will happen and it makes the interface self-explaining.
Quick Tagger Set field1 to a Set field1 to b Separator Set field2 to a Set field2 to b
is it possible to disable confirmations when using Quick Tagger scripts?
Quote from: Shinsou on 18 October, 2007, 03:44:53 AMis it possible to disable confirmations when using Quick Tagger scripts?Please look into the QT options. You could set a high confirmation value.
Agreed. But an [optional] flat menu structure would be helpful and make clicking life way easier:Code: [Select]Quick Tagger Set field1 to a Set field1 to b Separator Set field2 to a Set field2 to bYes I know we can assign keyboard shortcuts.
Interesting idea. One could also make this a bit more automatic by turning such an option into "show flat menu-structure if number of actions is below N". I'm just not sure, if its worth the added complexity or if there are possible problem-scenarios. Will need to think about this further, before deciding if it would make sense from my POV.
After thinking about it a bit, i dont think that this would play out well in practice. Such a menu would not look like as you described it in your example, because quicktagger also allows removal and editing of each field.
Yes of course. A flat view cannot include edit and remove, but only all genres and values. This would increase the usability in a way, where a better overview over all possibilities is wanted.This wouldn't be exotic, but common practise. See the applications like Winzip etc., apps which add menus to the explorer context menu: They often allow a flat menu scheme.
since i asume that at least the removal of field values is usually wanted - but maybe my intuition is wrong here.