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Preset manager for Auto-Organize

Posted: Tue Apr 28, 2009 11:35 pm
by Lazlo Nibble
I'd like to be able to save Auto-Organize presets with a name, then select and run them later on. The main mask I use is getting way, WAY out of hand in terms of size (800+ characters) and debuggability (one missed paren means lots of time wasted finding the problem)...but the dropdown isn't a great way to manage multiple versions of it.

Re: Preset manager for Auto-Organize

Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 2:30 am
by Bex
Sounds like a nice feature!

Re: Preset manager for Auto-Organize

Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 5:17 am
by Eyal
Yes, this is a must.

Re: Preset manager for Auto-Organize

Posted: Sun Dec 05, 2010 5:03 pm
by Lazlo Nibble
Renewing this request. You can already define preset Auto-Organize rules in Options > Library > Auto-Organize -- just allow us to pick from those rules in the Auto-Organize Files dialog.

Auto-Organize (Ctrl+R) - Preset Type

Posted: Thu Apr 11, 2013 10:29 pm
by HopingForImprovement
Summary: A preset tag type that can be add or remove but is 'permanent' unless it is deleted.

With the current Auto-Organize (Ctrl+R), any change you made to the "Destination" will add 1 more to the list, and this just keep adding, (and) eventually will delete the default ".\<Track#:2> <Title>" ".\<Genre>\<Year>\<Artist> - <Title>", etc.

Any tiny change I made to these setting, for example; ".\<Track#:2> <Title>" > ".\<Track#:2>. <Title>" will add another entry. But since I wasn't happpy with the way it look, I try another type; "".\<Track#:2>_ <Title>", which adds another entry. With very little difference and thus difficult to know which preset does what which is which. Of course the example listed above is small and easy to tell, but with a more difficult, such as "using $if" and "@" it will be more complex.

My idea is such that a list that can be save, like a bookmark or a icon that I am always happy to use for most default auto-organize. When those default does not work, I can edit them, and make a new 'bookmark'/preset, make a new "Destination" without losing my older one.

Re: Preset manager for Auto-Organize

Posted: Sat Nov 14, 2015 5:11 am
by inpariswithyou
Has there been any progress on this feature? It's something I'd really love -- I think the lack of this is MediaMonkey's one great flaw at the moment.

Re: Preset manager for Auto-Organize

Posted: Mon Apr 16, 2018 8:43 am
by CoolHand505

I would like this feature too, it could be very handy.

I am searching if it's possible with a script. But I kinda do not know where to start… Can someone help me with it?