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GiacomoGo

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"Correct Lyrics" works great as long as the track title has no non-alpha/num chars. For example:



or:





Would be nice to sort this out to eliminate sensitivity to such "punctuation".
Otherwise great stuff!!

GG
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Thanks, good find

thanks Paul (Administrator)
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paultaylor wrote:
Thanks, good find 

You're quite welcome, Paul. You've got the best software out there.

When you announce a fix, could you please comment on combined titles? Eg, like "Eruption/You Really Got Me", above, I often rip tracks together when one is really an instr. intro to the other. For me, at least, if a title does not match directly, then the "/" indicates multiple titles. The most extreme examples I have in my own collection are the b-side medleys from Abbey road:

Mean Mr. Mustard/Polythene Pam/She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End/Her Majesty

It would be great if Jaikoz could support lyrics for such tracks ... although I can imagine that's a tough request, or unwarranted effort for the exceptional case (I have 40 tracks like this in my collection of 4300 ... <1%). It likely makes most sense for me to simply go to a lyrics web site directly and manually copy/paste a few lyrics.

Thanks, again, for great software!!

GG
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GiacomoGo wrote:

... although I can imagine that's a tough request, or unwarranted effort for the exceptional case (I have 40 tracks like this in my collection of 4300 ... <1%). It likely makes most sense for me to simply go to the lyricsfly web site directly and manually copy/paste a few lyrics.! 


Yes , you are right I cannot see this getting done. But when I get an API or scripting added you could do it yourself.

thanks Paul (Administrator)
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Punctuation problem fixed in 3.2.2

thanks Paul (Administrator)
 
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