Quote from: hakase on 17 September, 2009, 10:31:23 PMI am not sure whether that info is helpful to user. I'll consider it.I'm rather sure it is. I was about to download your plugin just because I've needed it a few times, and will be needing it again and again... but I didn't download. Because I will wait until I need it, sincerely hoping this feature will be there. But just highlighting them seems to me like a rather unpleasant status report...The more control the better. A report when done, that seems obvious to me. I think it should state which items worked and weren't touched, which items were changed, last but not least any items that were broken but couldn't be found. If it could also show all new filepaths, that would be great. That way I could check that there hasn't been any mixing up of similar songs.
I am not sure whether that info is helpful to user. I'll consider it.
Anyway, hakase seems to have dropped any development ont theis pretty plugin... Would anyone suggest an alternative ?
A change I would like to add would be for it to uniquely id the files based on the audio content portion of the file only. This would make it resistant against ID3 header, filename changes and the like.
Tracks that fail to update due to no or multiple candidates are selected in the playlist. Please make sure your media files have been scanned into the media library.
or am I just being stupid?
Use main menu -> Edit -> Revive Dead Items to do the job.
Not working here.It shows me the missing tracks but cannot revive them eventhough I definitely have the same file OR the same title in my Media Library.
This option became meaningless as I modified the matching algorithm in v0.2. Please just ignore it :-)Basically the mathcing is based on file size and track length. A matching title field is a positive factor but not determinative.