Author Topic: a filter using Regex to find explicit lyrics  (Read 1342 times)

cynflux

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Hello,
I am trying to create a filter that will find songs in a library with explicit lyrics (like ass, but not the word glass). How do I use Regex to accomplish this? Thank you in advance for your replies.


cynflux

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I think I figured it out, but would still appreciate your advice.

theta_wave

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\<ass\> or \bass\b or

\<(badword1|badword2|etc)\>

\b(badword1|badword2|etc)\b
Last Edit: January 12, 2018, 05:43:44 AM by theta_wave


cynflux

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Hello,
My explicit lyrics filter do not seem to work anymore.

I am using MusicBee portable 3.1.6590

Not sure what caused it not to work anymore.

cynflux

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cynflux

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It's not a typo.
I click on the my EXPLICIT LYRICS filter and no music files show up.
I click edit filter, but make no changes, and then save, and the music files then show up.
They will show up until I reboot the computer.
Once I reboot and run MusicBee again, the filter stops working until I save it again.