KorkyKat wrote:Unless I am mistaken Monkey - as I have stated before - is the only media player that allows you to scan CD's without downloading the tracks and retains the information.
There are plenty of other mediaplayers out there that can do this well enough: foobar2000k, videolan, hell even microsoft media player.
KorkyKat wrote:You can then export the information to excel or whatever you like and even convert to a pdf or html. Very useful for insurance purposes and for sticking on a mobile device like a phone or hand held so that when you go shopping you don't buy any duplicates.
I agree that mediamonkey is the one player that allows users to do this relatively easily.
I've yet to try out 4.0 I like 3.0 and even used 2.0 today to restore all my lost files.
And finally: the folks on here have been great not just with the artwork of which many have spent countless hours designing but also the help and assistance.
Version 3.x is quite possibly my favorite music manager of all time. You might change your tune when you install the latest 4.x and experience its bugs first hand; also, it will give you the proper frame of reference to those who are less than pleased with the transition. In my experience, the transition from 2.x to 3.x wasn't as disconcerting. I guess changing database backends is not as nearly as drastic as adding support for other media files, streaming options, etc.
I can't wait for a decent Windows tablet - Windows 8.0 That's when the cheeky Monkey will come in to its own.
I hope Microsoft heard the chorus of cries from angry GNOME users when GNOME abandoned the traditional desktop experience to one that is based purely on tablet use patterns.