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Never mind, I got it. Either right-click a row and choose delete files or use CTRL-ALT-DEL. If you pick it from the main menu, it marks everything for delete I guess.

paultaylor wrote:
Mark a file for deletion by selecting a field in the file in the main window, bring up the popmenu and select Delete Files, the status of the file will now be marked as D for delete.

The file will actually be deleted when you select 'Save Changes'

Ah, you mean go to the Action Menu > Delete Files?

If so, when I do that, it marks EVERYTHING as "D", I only want to mark one file as D. And it does that no matter what is selected?
Sorry for being such a dunce, but how do I bring up the "pop up" window?

For the record, I'm fairly technically savvy, and I've looked in the help files on and offline, but still can't figure this out, not even after your comment above -- doh!
I must be stupid or something, but after figuring out most of the more complicated things I needed to, I can't seem to find a way to just flat out delete an audio file? Basically, I'd like to autocorrect, do some manual tweaking, remove dupes, but there still may be a file or two I just want to get rid of. Is there a way to do that inside the app? You might wonder why, but I'm going through a really huge (500 gigs) library for the first time, and much of it is old, not tagged well, and there's just some crap I want to purge, and it'd be easier to do that right while I'm in there fixing things.

(BTW, I'm still evaluating whether this app and others (or a combo of multiple apps) is going to get me what I need, if it works out, I'll purchase for sure, so thanks for your efforts!)

-- Taynt3d
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