QUOTE (dano @ Sep 7 2011, 00:47)
Existing tag fields are not kept if you use the paste tag command.
You have to save this tag field to a text file or maybe in the file name before you paste the flac tags and import it afterwards.
OK, I see - but is an Export/Import an easy process to set up?
How about implementing a feature like Merge Paste
, ie overwrite tags which are represented in the paste buffer and leave the rest as they are?
Or better still: this could be the default behaviour for paste - you could still make sure that no old tags survived by deleting all destination tags first, then copy + paste?EDIT 13. septermber 2011:
A few more questions:
1) Has Copy/Paste from Edit Menu the exact same functionality as right-click Tag Copy/Tag Paste?
2) Saw this in the FAQ (Tag Copy
How can I copy whole tags to other files?
Select the files you want the tags to be copied from and press [Ctrl+C]. This will copy the files' tag to the clipboard.
By pressing [Ctrl+V], Mp3tag will then copy the tags from the clipboard to the desired files.
It seems that the documentation is not accurate - maybe the destructive nature of the paste should be mentioned?
Please also give comment about my feature suggestions?
Regards & thanks for a great program