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mcammer

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Joined: 06/02/2008 07:04:28
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Could the new Search Box (2.4.0 beta) be moved to the Tool Bar? As it is, it wastes precious vertical space when the toolbar is closed.

Does the Track Duration limitation only function in Autocorrect? I do primarily Manual Correcting and always get back hits that vary in length. Also, how does this work with the Scoring slider? If I check the "Must be within track duration" box, do all hits get full Duration Match points?

FWIW, I had to re-enter my preferences. Previous updates were able to use saved settings. Otherwise, I like the new options and filters. This beta was smooth and stable last night for ~800 files (OS X 10.4.11). Thanks Paul.
paultaylor

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Joined: 21/08/2006 09:21:27
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This is great feedback, just what I wanted !

mcammer wrote:
Could the new Search Box (2.4.0 beta) be moved to the Tool Bar? As it is, it wastes precious vertical space when the toolbar is closed.
 

Oversite on my part, done.

mcammer wrote:

Does the Track Duration limitation only function in Autocorrect? I do primarily Manual Correcting and always get back hits that vary in length. Also, how does this work with the Scoring slider? If I check the "Must be within track duration" box, do all hits get full Duration Match points?
 

No it applies to manual match as well, the track only have to be within x seconds of your track (either higher or lower) so with the default setting of 5 seconds you have a range of 10 seconds so most tracks are fine, but I introduced the option to not enforce this because it was causing problems for some users. You only get full match points if the duration of the track is the same as the track you are matching to, then there is a sliding scale based on how close the duration is.

mcammer wrote:

FWIW, I had to re-enter my preferences. Previous updates were able to use saved settings. 

Actually before Jaikoz v2.2 preferences and licenses were not preserved. From Jaikoz v2.2 to v2.3 the license and preferences were preserved but only because there were no new preferences.
This is the first version to convert the preferences and it should work, if it failed for you there should be an error in the logs, so could you please send me the logs so I can take a look.

thanks Paul (Administrator)
 
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