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chrisjj
post Feb 25 2012, 00:30
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How can I prevent Mp3tag messing with \\ in fields?

If on V2.49 I edit a field containing "\\", Mp3tag changes what I see to ", ".

I guess the program thought I wanted multiple values. But even then, it messes up - if I edit again, it concatenates the multiple values with ", " into a single value

I want it to keep my value intact regardless.

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post Feb 25 2012, 08:39
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QUOTE (chrisjj @ Feb 25 2012, 00:30) *
How can I prevent Mp3tag messing with \\ in fields?
If one V2.49 I edit a field containing "\\", Mp3tag changes what I see to ", ".
I guess the program thought I wanted multiple values.
But even then, it messes up - if I edit again, it concatenates the multiple values with ", " into a single value
I want it to keep my value intact regardless.

chrisjj, at first I recommend reading this thread ...
http://forums.mp3tag.de/index.php?showtopic=13320
... then come back and we may discuss the "\\ double backslash problem" resp. the "built in multi-value functionality" from another point of view.

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post Feb 25 2012, 12:56
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Thanks Detlev, but that topic tells me nothing I don't already know. And what I seek is a solution not a discussion.
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