Mediamonkey used to make playlists...

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Mediamonkey used to make playlists...

Post by chemacky »

Hi,

I mannaged to accidentally delete the playlis that mediamonkey automatically made called "Favourites - 1 mp3 cd" or whatever. I assumed that MM would just create it again, but alas it hasn't, and I can't work out how to get it to create the playlist again.

Please help!

Thanks
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Post by rovingcowboy »

over install media monkey it should readd the code to make that playlist.
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Post by chemacky »

Whats over install? and how do I do it?
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Post by Eyal »

Just install Mediamonkey again in the same directory as it is actually. You won't loose any information.
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Post by Teknojnky »

Playlists > Favorites 1 MP3 CD Worth (650 MB)

is simply an auto-playlist with the following criteria:

status: Is accessible
rating: >= 3.5
show at most: 650 MB

sort: Random A-Z

If you have gold you can create/modify to your perferences.

If you have the free version, then unfortunately you won't be able to create/modify auto-playlists, and in this case I don't know if re-installing will restore the default included auto-playlists.
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Post by Bex »

I'm pretty sure tekno is right regarding a reinstall doesn't get the auto-playlists back.
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Post by rovingcowboy »

the reinstall should add all default information back in to the system.

i have had to replace some default playliist's that way but i have not had to readd that same one you lost. so the reinstall
should work but with what playlist info?

but if media monkey was set up to not change certian user options, and that changing of that
playlist was one of them. then it won't readd the needed list with out doing a clean install.

but you can just make the playlist as said. 8)
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