Last post by Sekt0r on Today at 06:54:01 AM | Started by Sekt0r
Couldn't find anything where this has been changed/removed on purpose, so I'm assuming it's a bug -
Using the Windows Installer version, running the latest patched version: 3.5.8478
MusicBee is no longer detecting PDF's within sub-folders directly below the music files like it did before; there is no PDF flag displayed in the Track Information panel.
"show PDF file indicator" is still enabled and if I move the PDF file to be in the same folder with the music files and Rescan, the flag appears.
An example of the folder structure I'm using (music files are in the first location):
D:\Media\Music\Hip-Hop & R&B\Albums\The Game\ - Streets Of Compton
D:\Media\Music\Hip-Hop & R&B\Albums\The Game\ - Streets Of Compton\Artwork\Digital Booklet - Streets of Compton.pdf
It appears that the built-in Genius code in the latest version of the LyricsReloaded plugin is no longer working. The Beenius plugin continues to draw lyrics from Genius.
Last post by Zak on Today at 02:27:43 AM | Started by crnirg
You won't be able to parse the tags correctly until you fix your file names.
I'd suggest downloading one of the many free batch file renaming programs and replacing "Eric Clapton" with "Eric Clapton - " or whatever the artist name is.
Then you can use the hyphen in your tag template.
It sounds like you've inadvertently altered your oft-used "Sort By" option in the Fields Header bar.
Right-click on it, highlight "Sort By" and it's possible "Manual Order" may fix your issue.
After I changed the drive letter to M, I do see the USB under devices but I'm not sure what the next step would be. It's still not showing up under library
Last post by crnirg on Today at 12:19:46 AM | Started by crnirg
Thanks for the answers - there are a lot of them - about 650 - when ripping from the original CDs, an error crept in that I wanted to fix now - in any case, thanks for the answers.