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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0008386||MediaMonkey 4||Properties/Auto-Tools||public||2011-09-15 21:22||2011-10-14 20:28|
|Target Version||4.0||Fixed in Version||4.0|
|Summary||0008386: <Type> causes next mask to fail in Auto-Organize Files|
|Description||Using <Type will cause the next mask to field. For example <Genre> ends up as Genre in filename and not the Genre value.|
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|Fixed in build||1434|
||Note: according to LL, the same problem occurs with Parental Rating--i.e. fields that are unsupported cause valid fields that follow the unsupported field in the mask, to be ignored.|
||Fixed in build 1434.|
On 1445 this still happens with <Parental Rating>
Mask: <Title> [<Language>-<Year>-<Parental Rating>-<Skip>-<FreeDB>]\<Skip>
Filename: G:\Movies\TV\101 Dalmatians [English-1961-G-MPG-tt0055254]\101 Dalmatians.mpg
Will give Title and Language (Custom1) as expected, but all files will get Year as 2000 despite no 2000 being present in folder/filename and FreeDB (Custom4) is skipped altogether.
Mask: <Title> [<Language>-<Year>-<Skip>-<Skip>-<FreeDB>]\<Skip>
works as expected.
Fixing 0008112 would also resolve the issue.
This seems to be unrelated to this issue. You are rather talking about "Auto-tag from filename" feature (this really belongs to 0008112).
This issue is about "Auto-Organize Files", i.e. inverse process.
In addition using '<Title> [<Language>-<Year>-<Skip>-<Skip>-<FreeDB>]' on filename 'G:\Movies\TV\101 Dalmatians [English-1961-G-MPG-tt0055254]\101 Dalmatians.mpg'
correctly gets year 1961 for me. I also added it to automated DUnit regression tests.