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Automattically Fill Values Help

I need assitance for a simple query that I couldn't figure out from the help documentation:

Is it possible to define whether a specific value you would like to assign in the "Automatically Fill Values" dialog comprises of two or more words? I think a picture may explain my predicament more clearly:


Automattically Fill Values Help

Reply #1
%album artist% - %radioshow% 0%radioshow episode%...

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Reply #2
If I remember correct: instead of guessing it you could type %album artist% Corsten's Countdown %radioshow% (%broadcast  date%).

Automattically Fill Values Help

Reply #3
@2E7AH: Unfortunately this won't work for 100+ values.

@Mar2zz: Unfortunately this does not set the %radiosow% value.



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Reply #4

Automattically Fill Values Help

Reply #5
Thanks Zarkon, that did the trick. Awfully complex way to do it though    Perhaps someone who knows of a simpler way can chime in with this topic at a later stage...

 

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Reply #6
@2E7AH: Unfortunately this won't work for 100+ values.

@Mar2zz: Unfortunately this does not set the %radiosow% value.


Correct, it's a twopass rename. To automate, you could use %album artist% - %radioshow% %temp% %episode% (%airdate%), and then fill radioshow in the second run with Format from other fields and use %radioshow% %temp% as format.

However, if you only rename corsten's countdown, why wouldn't you type corsten's countdown in radioshow directly?

foobar is as complicated as you want it to be, sometimes there are simple solutions.