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Is there any way to delete duplicate files, regardless of song format?

for example, i have mp3 and m4a/mp4 versions of some songs. I'd like to have jaikoz ignore the file type and manage the duplicate. is this possible?

tia
Experiencing an issue with funny characters (unicode special chars maybe) in file names. any file with these characters in them show as read only (likely a problem created moving files between windoze and linux). The problem I'd like to report though, is that when this (read only file) error message pops up, the Opening folders dialog fails to close after file load is done.
This is on the Beta download of 8/31/11- build data shows 8/29 build version 8/29/11
Have always had wierd quirky issues with the special characters, the failure of the dialog box to close once i'd acknowledged it is new though.
Experiencing an issue with funny characters (unicode special chars maybe) in file names. any file with these characters in them show as read only (likely a problem created moving files between windoze and linux). The problem I'd like to report though, is that when this (read only file) error message pops up, the Opening folders dialog fails to close after file load is done. Is there a specific way/place you'd like beta bugs reported?
Removing OpenJDK and installing Sun Java instead seems to have resolved the issue.
Support files sent. I am on Arch Linux 64 bit with 32 bit compatability libraries installed. I deleted the data from a file it previously had worked on, and am unable to retrieve the data again, so I do not believe it is song file specific.
I am unable to retrieve acoustic id information for any song which does not already have it. In the past if I've had this problem, it was because I was missing a linked library. I've checked that however, and have also looked at the console output for any errors. The only message output when I request acoustic id retrieval is as follows:

Code:
01/02/2011 15.33.45:com.jthink.jaikoz.manipulate.CreateAcousticId:run:WARNING: com.jthink.jaikoz.manipulate.CreateAcousticId:Started
 01/02/2011 15.33.45:com.jthink.jaikoz.manipulate.CreateAcousticId:analyseData:WARNING: com.jthink.jaikoz.manipulate.CreateAcousticId:Started
 01/02/2011 15.33.45:com.jthink.jaikoz.manipulate.CreateAcousticId:analyseData:WARNING: com.jthink.jaikoz.manipulate.CreateAcousticId:Ended
 01/02/2011 15.33.45:com.jthink.jaikoz.manipulate.CreateAcousticId:run:WARNING: com.jthink.jaikoz.manipulate.CreateAcousticId:Ended
 


any help or advice is as always, greatly appreciated.
What is the best way to achieve a full merge of collections from three different drives where multiple duplicates are not only likely, but abundant. I have 3 different locations where I had previously stored my music (for the kids computer, wife's pc and ipod, my personal collection), and most of the files are the same. Any advice to achieve this task is greatly appreciated.
 
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