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retzel

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I honestly do not know why the program capitalizes everything after ( except for the word "Live", it always comes back as (live) no matter what I do...

Any ideas on how to fix it, so it comes back always Title Case after the (
paultaylor

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Hi, the following words are always kept as lowercase within brackets for consistency with the MusicBrainz style guide. I'm sorry there is no way to change this within the Capitalizer at the moment.

version
demo
live
remix
mix
new
feat.
acoustic
take
instrumental

thanks Paul (Administrator)
retzel

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Thanks for your reply, Ok that explains why it wasn't working on some words, but It's something I can defenetely can live with.

How about capitalization after ' ?

Today while organizing and tagging some albums I realized that the program was capitalizing letters after the ' for ex.

07 - I'M Home After 9.mp3

and

02 - Here'S To The Night.mp3

I tag my music files using the "Title Case" mask. Any ideas as of how to stop the program from capitalizing after ' ?
Alfg

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see http://www.jthink.net/jaikozforum/posts/list/1888.page

Alfg wrote:
Paul,
in MB the title is written with different writings of apostrophe
(copied from MB)
We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye Hex 27
We Just Couldn?t Say Goodbye Hex 92 !!!!!!!

Look at http://musicbrainz.org/recording/91f0f512-14bb-45af-bf6d-9f16a413fcc6

There are many cases in MB where apostrophe is written with hex92 and a discussion in MB-Forum. 


@retzel,
take a look with a hex editor into the mp3 file and see what hex code your "apostrophe" has.

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retzel

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Thanks for your reply, but sadly this doesn't help me a single bit, I am using normal, plain ' apostrophes, not ? question marks...
Alfg

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If you would use the apostrophe hex#27 then Jaikoz changes with the command Action -> LocalCorrect -> CorrectTitels the case

07 - I'M Home After 9.mp3 to 07 - I'm Home After 9.mp3

At least with Jaikoz 5.4.0 I use.


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retzel

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Thanks again for your reply, Ok, that gets me somewhere, is there a way to have it automatic instead of having to go to this command every time?
Alfg

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Set this task in your Autocorrect Tasks
Preference -> Manipulators -> Autocorrect

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retzel

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I already had it in the Autocorrect List, but still have this problem...
 
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