It's a scenario issue, sure. Your blog entry is really vague, but you now
have enough data to isolate out the repro steps necessary to cause this
issue. Note that I had to guess at what you were doing.
No. Let's clarify again: Find Album Info is meant to identify a given
ALBUM. If your disc isn't that exact specified album, for Pete's sake,
don't say it is from that exact specified album. Go try this when you're
ripping the CD and see what happens. It's the same technology there, you're
just hoping it operates differently now. =)
I think I've already pointed that the album ID is a property field in the
track, which would associate with other tracks from the ripped album. You
don't like that. It's helpful in most or every other case.
No. I've got more things to do than you'd want to know about (sorry, family
health issues). It's your claim/idea. I'm pretty sure you're wrong. Are
Hell no. You use Find Album Info, that's a manual operation saying "I want
this new data to overwrite existing data". That's not "only gain
information that it was missing". That would be stupid because it would
never be able to overwrite your "Alvin and the Chipmunks - Dancin' Song"
tagged file with the correct Metallica tags it needs. Sorry, it has to
overwrite or the feature is stupidly useless.
.... as identified by your request. If you don't want the track set
identified as Album X, don't say it's Album X. Click "Search", click "Not
Found", click "My MegaParty Album", then fill in the data.
We're clearly circling here. You've raised some questions to yourself that
you should be able to answer fairly effective yourself.
I don't track it that closely.
and all of that covers what I know.
Speaking for myself only.
See http://zachd.com/pss/pss.html for some helpful WMP info.
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