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jbills



Joined: 15/10/2007 05:43:01
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it would be nice if operating on a cell would retain the selection when you're done. currently if I select a cell and delete the contents with a crtl+d for example, it deselects the cell. if I want to keep operating on that track, I need to reselect it.

Also, it would be handy if in the manual musicbrainz window, jaikoz would remember how I reorder the columns. By default it puts the musicbrainz ID as one of the first columns, which puts the album and track names off screen. I have to scroll to see them. Would be nice if I could reorder those columsn and they would stay reordered instead of returning to defaults next time I manually look up a track.

hope these suggestions help! just a couple things I noticed.
paultaylor

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Joined: 21/08/2006 09:21:27
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jbills wrote:
it would be nice if operating on a cell would retain the selection when you're done. currently if I select a cell and delete the contents with a crtl+d for example, it deselects the cell. if I want to keep operating on that track, I need to reselect it.
 

This has already been reported and is fixed in Jaikoz 1.12.1 released today.

jbills wrote:

Also, it would be handy if in the manual musicbrainz window, jaikoz would remember how I reorder the columns. By default it puts the musicbrainz ID as one of the first columns, which puts the album and track names off screen. I have to scroll to see them. Would be nice if I could reorder those columsn and they would stay reordered instead of returning to defaults next time I manually look up a track.

hope these suggestions help! just a couple things I noticed. 

Added to wishlist

thanks Paul (Administrator)
 
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