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> Removing a tag that has whitepace as its first character eg % artist%
egd
post May 4 2008, 12:26
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I've been cleaning up my collection and standardizing tags across all albums and in the process discovered that some albums (which I don't know) have an " ALBUM" as well as an "ALBUM" tag.

Rather than unleash a remove tag operation across my entire library I tried to add a custom field " album", defined as % album%, however no data is ever present in this column/ field. Is there some way to get mp3tag to display and operate on a tag with whitespace preceding the rest of the tag name?

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post May 4 2008, 15:07
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You can remove the field in the extended tag dialog at [Alt+T].


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post May 5 2008, 02:19
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QUOTE (Florian @ May 5 2008, 00:07) *
You can remove the field in the extended tag dialog at [Alt+T].
Florian, I think the problem is that I've exceeded the number of tracks mp3tag can deal with in one operation. I just tried to run a different action and also crashed:

Runtime error
mtmainframe.cpp line 1499
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post May 5 2008, 06:54
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QUOTE (egd @ May 5 2008, 11:19) *
Florian, I think the problem is that I've exceeded the number of tracks mp3tag can deal with in one operation. I just tried to run a different action and also crashed:

Runtime error
mtmainframe.cpp line 1499


Definitely the case as the operations work fine on a smaller subset of the library. No biggie, it's ludicrously large anyhow.
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