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The Jaikoz installer keeps old entries in Windows 10. See attached screenshot.
Paul, I understand what you said, but think with me: if the feature is to check for the next update, we - users - will never have the chance to verify if that feature is working on the latest version, because it checks for *updates* and the latest version *never* has next update available to test.

The only chance to report errors on such feature is by testing in a previous release, and not on the latest one. If no one reported before, chances are that this error has migrated to the latest version.

Does it make sense to you?

Hi Paul,

I downloaded manually the latest version. I just thought you would like to know that a small fix is needed. I'm a firmware programmer myself, so I depend on others to point me issues to be fixed in my work.


I was about to update from Jaikoz 9.0.1 e decided to check for updates from inside the program itself. The small window said that I have the latest version installed. See screenshot.

I cannot test this feature on the latest 9.1.0 for obvious reasons...

-- NCF
Hi Paul. Have you had time to look again those screenshots I sent you regarding the filtering issue?
Hi Paul,

The screenshots are 2560 x 1050 pixels, maybe you just looked at thumbnails.

-- NCF
Hi Alfg. Have you received the e-mail I sent with support files as requested?
Scenario: showing only songs from "Smiths". Then I marked some songs to "delete files". Pressed save button. The number of rows did not change and other songs that does not fit the filter criteria ("smiths") are shown instead.
When selecting "Help / ID3 Specification" an error is raised.
I'd like to see a new filter in Jaikoz: by file last modification timestamp. Sometimes we process some tracks and just forget an action (capitalization, for instance), so it's easier to go back and select the files to review based on the file modification timestamp.
I'm trying to auto-correct one song but the retrieved data points to another artist. The artist and title are correct, the checkbox to search vinyl is checked, the song is listed in discogs, but the auto-correct is getting wrong information.

Discogs release: 5104183

The option "Match songs to specified discogs album" retrieves no data. Why?
I've reached a situation where I cannot write the ID3 tag to the MP3 file. Even with "force save" the new data is not written. I'm attaching 2 screenshots and the MP3 file itself, maybe you can see what's happening inside it.
Note: your server replied with an error 500... trying with no files attached
Is there an option to keep the word "I" always capitalized in the middle of the title when using "sentence case"?
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