Posted: Sat May 10, 2008 8:56 am
I am logged into Vista as an administrator.
The Music Manager for Serious Collectors
This doesn't matter. If the UAC is activated, you must right click the MM icon and "Run as administrator" no matter what your user settings are.cupstack wrote:I am logged into Vista as an administrator.
I agree!cupstack wrote:It works beautifully.
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
Already implemented in the new version (will be released soon). Thanks anyway.Teknojnky wrote:a feature request: progress bar on replace all
The artist field of your track don't contain "vs." (it contain "Vs."), so the Match in the Replace group is empty. This means, you are replacing "Vs." with empty string and everything works as it should.is this an error on my part or a bug?
it should be replace Vs. with vs. but seems to be removing the vs.
There is a brand new version of this script (2.0) with many improvements. With it you could do mentioned replacement with just single step. It supports VBScript expressions and lSongIndex variable for current track number which you could insert in the front of the title instead of the track number. So, you could insert serial number to titles even if corresponding tracks are not first on some album. Please take a look on predefined preset "Assign the ordinal number of the current track to the begin of the Title", you only need to insert your custom string in the front of text in Replace with edit box.Friedrich wrote:Great!ZvezdanD wrote:I am trying to simplify this for the next version, so that only one step could be used.
Don't you see them into the menu, or in the Preset dropdown list in the RegExp dialog?Bex wrote:But I don't have any predefined presets?
I DID install using MMIP file, the RegExpReplace.INI file IS in the Auto folder, but no preset is shown in script dialog...ZvezdanD wrote:Eh, I forgot to say. You need to double click MMIP file for installation. If you manually extract files from this archive, you need to put the RegExpReplace.INI file into the Auto folder as well as RegExpReplace.VBS.
Me too. Mine is pt-br.Bex wrote:Could it be a locale thing. I don't have english windows.