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Re: foo_discogs

Reply #2826
fer me it works as well on 10

Re: foo_discogs

Reply #2827
I think that all the "oldies (but goodies)" of us we need a discogs plugin which doesn't need/use the fb2k/IE/Win7 TLS settings, but his own, just i.e. other browsers use under Win7-systems.

 

Re: foo_discogs

Reply #2829
Well that does suck, at least for those of us that choose not to leave W7.

Actually, on windows 7 it works again today. A lot of people (myself including, but I won't tell you my "super secret" discogs nick) have been hassling them on their forums:
https://www.discogs.com/forum/thread/809470 & here https://www.discogs.com/forum/thread/809378 specifically.

Try to remove your current app key on discogs, and then reauth from scratch in the discogs tagger config to see if you can get it going again.

*Clinch your butt cheeks, 'cause who knows how long it'll last.

Re: foo_discogs

Reply #2830

Try to remove your current app key on discogs, and then reauth from scratch in the discogs tagger config to see if you can get it going again.
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Good news!
Thank You refried for all Your efforts.
For me it's working again under Win7 and the latest fb2k.
 
May I have please a question?
Do You think is it necessary to remove my old key on discogs-website and then reauth in the discogs-tagger-config?

Re: foo_discogs

Reply #2831
Try to remove your current app key on discogs, and then reauth from scratch in the discogs tagger config to see if you can get it going again.

Good news!
Thank You refried for all Your efforts.
For me it's working again under Win7 and the latest fb2k.
 
May I have please a question?
Do You think is it necessary to remove my old key on discogs-website and then reauth in the discogs-tagger-config?

Not if it's already working, no. They rolled back on their end, so if you're back up and running no need to redo it unless it errors.

Re: foo_discogs

Reply #2832
Many thanks for Your quick response refried!
Yes, it's already working fine.

Re: foo_discogs

Reply #2833
It's working for me today! I'm on windows 7, I did a re-authorization and no problems. Tagging away and very happy again! Read previous threads on this working again and cant figure out why or who fixed it, but whoever is responsible thank you so much!


Re: foo_discogs

Reply #2835
Hey all, hoping someone can help me out with a bit of scripting. I've had a look at the syntax help page but I can't fully make it out.

With certain genres (Drum n Bass, Jungle, House etc), Discogs lists the genre simply as Electronic, so I mapped my tags to take the info from Styles instead (i.e. %<RELEASE_STYLES>%). This works just fine. But with other genres (like Hip Hop), Discogs actually lists the genre as Hip Hop and the styles field is blank. But of course my current script returns an empty genre tag, as Styles is empty. So what I need is a bit of code that does one of two things:

1) If Genre = Electronic, display Styles instead, or
2) If Styles is not blank, display styles, otherwise display Genre.

Something like this, anyway. I'm sure I could figure it out eventually but if someone could help, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks.


Re: foo_discogs

Reply #2837
Thank you so much! This is exactly what I've asked for, except now that I've tried it out on several release types, I've realised a better and simpler way to do it would be to combine both Genre AND Style, rather than selecting or omitting one or the other.

I figure this would be some sort of $join command but it would also have to take into account whether the genre or the syles fields are populated or not, so that it works regardless how 'complete' the release is. I'll also need the delimiters between the fields to be commas so that they're compatible with my subsequent scripts.

So in the case of an EDM release, the Genre tag would ultimately read 'Electronic, Jungle' for example, whereas for Hip Hop it might read as 'Hip Hop, Conscious'. Again though, I just don't understand it enough to do it. Think you could help?

Sorry to mess you about, but to show my appreciation, I'd like to make a donation. Is your pp still jsilver.pmc@gmail.com?

Re: foo_discogs

Reply #2838
Thank you so much! This is exactly what I've asked for, except now that I've tried it out on several release types, I've realised a better and simpler way to do it would be to combine both Genre AND Style, rather than selecting or omitting one or the other.

I figure this would be some sort of $join command but it would also have to take into account whether the genre or the syles fields are populated or not, so that it works regardless how 'complete' the release is. I'll also need the delimiters between the fields to be commas so that they're compatible with my subsequent scripts.

So in the case of an EDM release, the Genre tag would ultimately read 'Electronic, Jungle' for example, whereas for Hip Hop it might read as 'Hip Hop, Conscious'. Again though, I just don't understand it enough to do it. Think you could help?
This would return all genres and styles in a single array:
Code: [Select]
$extend(%<RELEASE_GENRES>%,%<RELEASE_STYLES>%)

Which would get written as multiple values to the tag. If you want to write them as a single string value that is comma separated, then:
Code: [Select]
$join($extend(%<RELEASE_GENRES>%,%<RELEASE_STYLES>%))

Sorry to mess you about, but to show my appreciation, I'd like to make a donation. Is your pp still jsilver.pmc@gmail.com?
Yes you can donate there. Thanks. :-)

Re: foo_discogs

Reply #2839
duplicate

Re: foo_discogs

Reply #2840
All done. Thanks again.

 
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