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Re: Discogs Tagger 5.75 (Updated: 2020-05-05)

by crap_inhuman » Sun Jul 12, 2020 6:10 pm

crap_inhuman wrote:
Sun Jul 12, 2020 11:15 am
misterioso wrote:
Sun Jul 12, 2020 2:07 am

Sorry for the late response. Since I last posted, my computer died, so I built a new one and migrated my library over to the new PC which went very smoothly, might I add... However, I still have same problems with v5.75, despite now being on completely different computer with a fresh install from operating system to applications.

Rather than dumping files here, I placed screen snapshots and discogs_script.log files in Google Drive and PM'd you the link.

In the meantime, I'm still using v5.74.

Thanks for looking at the files.
Thank you for sending me the LOG-Files and screenshots. I will take a look into it.
The problem is, that you don't tag all songs from a release. If you only choose i.E. 4 songs for tagging, but the album have 10 songs, you need to deselect all other songs in the upper part of the Tagger window.

Sorry for the inconvenience, but i need to change this for better compatibility.

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.75 (Updated: 2020-05-05)

by crap_inhuman » Sun Jul 12, 2020 11:15 am

misterioso wrote:
Sun Jul 12, 2020 2:07 am

Sorry for the late response. Since I last posted, my computer died, so I built a new one and migrated my library over to the new PC which went very smoothly, might I add... However, I still have same problems with v5.75, despite now being on completely different computer with a fresh install from operating system to applications.

Rather than dumping files here, I placed screen snapshots and discogs_script.log files in Google Drive and PM'd you the link.

In the meantime, I'm still using v5.74.

Thanks for looking at the files.
Thank you for sending me the LOG-Files and screenshots. I will take a look into it.

Re: Discogs Script error

by crap_inhuman » Sun Jul 12, 2020 11:11 am

freisgd wrote:
Mon Jul 06, 2020 3:28 pm
I'm getting an error every time I try to use Discogs as my tagger.
I have an account with Discogs,
I have authorized and gotten the "you have logged in successfully with Discogs!" "AccessTotken" AccessTokenSecret" and GUID.
After I go back to MediaMonkey and click OK I get a pop-up that says:

Code: Select all

Error #-2146697191 - msxml6.dll
Security certificate required to access this resource is invalid

File: "C:\...DiscogsWebTag.vbs, Line 9688, Column 2
I have tried to use MusicBrainz, but it never seems to be able to find what I'm looking for.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. As a side note does anyone know why Amazon is still listed as a search option, since it is no longer supported?
Hi,

sorry for the late answer.

I never saw this error message with DiscogsTagger.

Which Windows Version you have ? Please try to open https://www.germanc64.de with the Internet Explorer Browser. Do you get a error message?

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.75 (Updated: 2020-05-05)

by misterioso » Sun Jul 12, 2020 2:07 am

crap_inhuman wrote:
Thu Jun 25, 2020 10:36 am
misterioso wrote:
Thu Jun 25, 2020 12:49 am
charmingnathan wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 12:11 pm
Hi,

Are you able to help please?

I am using the latest Tagger, and am experiencing a few issues to say the least!

The tagging service is regularly listing all the tracks in the wrong order - and I have tried this with several different albums.

I had managed to get around this for a time, by re-starting MediaMonkey after I'd catalogued an album, but even this doesn't make any difference. Now, even when the titles are listed in the correct order, and I click on the button to tag, it will only complete a couple of song titles, leaving the others untouched, despite them being ticked to tag.

Any ideas?

Thanks for any help, in advance.
I'm having this problem with v5.75 and I am using MM v4.1.28.1905. I posted this issue with v5.73. It was fixed with v5.74, but now it's back with v5.75.

Downgrading back to v5.74 fixes the above described problem.
Would you please send me the Log-File after this problem occur ?

You can find it here: c:\users\username\appdata\roaming\mediamonkey\scripts\discogs_script.log
crap_inhuman wrote:
Thu Jun 25, 2020 10:36 am
misterioso wrote:
Thu Jun 25, 2020 12:49 am
charmingnathan wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 12:11 pm
Hi,

Are you able to help please?

I am using the latest Tagger, and am experiencing a few issues to say the least!

The tagging service is regularly listing all the tracks in the wrong order - and I have tried this with several different albums.

I had managed to get around this for a time, by re-starting MediaMonkey after I'd catalogued an album, but even this doesn't make any difference. Now, even when the titles are listed in the correct order, and I click on the button to tag, it will only complete a couple of song titles, leaving the others untouched, despite them being ticked to tag.

Any ideas?

Thanks for any help, in advance.
I'm having this problem with v5.75 and I am using MM v4.1.28.1905. I posted this issue with v5.73. It was fixed with v5.74, but now it's back with v5.75.

Downgrading back to v5.74 fixes the above described problem.
Would you please send me the Log-File after this problem occur ?

You can find it here: c:\users\username\appdata\roaming\mediamonkey\scripts\discogs_script.log
Sorry for the late response. Since I last posted, my computer died, so I built a new one and migrated my library over to the new PC which went very smoothly, might I add... However, I still have same problems with v5.75, despite now being on completely different computer with a fresh install from operating system to applications.

Rather than dumping files here, I placed screen snapshots and discogs_script.log files in Google Drive and PM'd you the link.

In the meantime, I'm still using v5.74.

Thanks for looking at the files.

Discogs Script error

by freisgd » Mon Jul 06, 2020 3:28 pm

I'm getting an error every time I try to use Discogs as my tagger.
I have an account with Discogs,
I have authorized and gotten the "you have logged in successfully with Discogs!" "AccessTotken" AccessTokenSecret" and GUID.
After I go back to MediaMonkey and click OK I get a pop-up that says:

Code: Select all

Error #-2146697191 - msxml6.dll
Security certificate required to access this resource is invalid

File: "C:\...DiscogsWebTag.vbs, Line 9688, Column 2
I have tried to use MusicBrainz, but it never seems to be able to find what I'm looking for.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. As a side note does anyone know why Amazon is still listed as a search option, since it is no longer supported?

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.75 (Updated: 2020-05-05)

by crap_inhuman » Tue Jun 30, 2020 6:32 am

SugarRush wrote:
Tue Jun 30, 2020 5:51 am
yes, i know, which is part of the problem. if there's no album tag it's ok.

scenario: i want to "re-tag" a song from an compilation album already tagged with that album.

what i want: i want to tag it with the original release instead, not the compilation album

current way: i start discogs tagger, go to drop down list "quick search" choose artist-title and then new search.

quicker way: if discogs tagger could start by looking for artist-titel the original relase would be shown directly.

:)
Okay. :)

Another quick way could be: Mark all songs you like to "re-tag", go into properties and delete the album tag. After that, you can tag the song's.

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.75 (Updated: 2020-05-05)

by SugarRush » Tue Jun 30, 2020 5:51 am

yes, i know, which is part of the problem. if there's no album tag it's ok.

scenario: i want to "re-tag" a song from an compilation album already tagged with that album.

what i want: i want to tag it with the original release instead, not the compilation album

current way: i start discogs tagger, go to drop down list "quick search" choose artist-title and then new search.

quicker way: if discogs tagger could start by looking for artist-titel the original relase would be shown directly.

:)

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.75 (Updated: 2020-05-05)

by crap_inhuman » Tue Jun 30, 2020 5:46 am

SugarRush wrote:
Tue Jun 30, 2020 5:34 am
hi!

Would it be possible to have discogs tagger to look for "Artist - Song" at startup as a setting? i tag a lot of single files and that would be of great help to speed it up.

(hope i haven't missed an already existing setting)
Hi,

if the files has no album tag, the Tagger automatically search for Artist and Title. But it will find all releases which contains this song.

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.75 (Updated: 2020-05-05)

by SugarRush » Tue Jun 30, 2020 5:34 am

hi!

Would it be possible to have discogs tagger to look for "Artist - Song" at startup as a setting? i tag a lot of single files and that would be of great help to speed it up.

(hope i haven't missed an already existing setting)

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.75 (Updated: 2020-05-05)

by crap_inhuman » Fri Jun 26, 2020 3:12 pm

Do you have the following folder on your computer: c:\users\username\appdata\roaming\mediamonkey\scripts
Are there some files in the folder?

When you start MM, sometimes an additional program want to start (MediamonkeyCOM or something like that). Do you allow it ? You should allow it !

You could try to start MM with admin rights. (Right Mouse button on MM icon and choose Start with admin rights) After that try to install Discogs Tagger and test it again please.

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.75 (Updated: 2020-05-05)

by Evidea II » Fri Jun 26, 2020 12:56 pm

Thank you for your response. I reinstalled both MediaMonkey and the Discogs extenstion. I verified that the "for current user only" box was checked (it is helpfully defaulted checked), but I am experiencing the same issues.

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.75 (Updated: 2020-05-05)

by crap_inhuman » Thu Jun 25, 2020 1:34 pm

Evidea wrote:
Thu Jun 25, 2020 10:34 am
I am having several issues with the Discogs Tagger. I am using MMW 4.1.28.1905, and Discogs Tagger extension version 5.7.5 on a Windows 10 machine.

Whenever I close out MediaMonkey after the initial installation and authorization of the Discogs extension, and then reopen MediaMonkey, Discogs Tagger is no longer an option under the Options tab in Auto-Tag from Web.

When I am able to select the Discogs tagger, I am unable to find any matches. I've attempted with a few common discs, such as The Beatles' Rubber Soul and Depeche Mode's Violator, putting in as much information as possible.

I have found similar issues in this thread, but they are all with earlier versions of the tagger.

Please let me know if there are any files or logs that I can provide that might help.

Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.
I think, you choose the wrong installation mode. Did you mark the option "For current user only" when you install the Discogs Tagger? If not, please mark it when you install the Tagger.

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.75 (Updated: 2020-05-05)

by crap_inhuman » Thu Jun 25, 2020 10:36 am

misterioso wrote:
Thu Jun 25, 2020 12:49 am
charmingnathan wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 12:11 pm
Hi,

Are you able to help please?

I am using the latest Tagger, and am experiencing a few issues to say the least!

The tagging service is regularly listing all the tracks in the wrong order - and I have tried this with several different albums.

I had managed to get around this for a time, by re-starting MediaMonkey after I'd catalogued an album, but even this doesn't make any difference. Now, even when the titles are listed in the correct order, and I click on the button to tag, it will only complete a couple of song titles, leaving the others untouched, despite them being ticked to tag.

Any ideas?

Thanks for any help, in advance.
I'm having this problem with v5.75 and I am using MM v4.1.28.1905. I posted this issue with v5.73. It was fixed with v5.74, but now it's back with v5.75.

Downgrading back to v5.74 fixes the above described problem.
Would you please send me the Log-File after this problem occur ?

You can find it here: c:\users\username\appdata\roaming\mediamonkey\scripts\discogs_script.log

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.75 (Updated: 2020-05-05)

by Evidea » Thu Jun 25, 2020 10:34 am

I am having several issues with the Discogs Tagger. I am using MMW 4.1.28.1905, and Discogs Tagger extension version 5.7.5 on a Windows 10 machine.

Whenever I close out MediaMonkey after the initial installation and authorization of the Discogs extension, and then reopen MediaMonkey, Discogs Tagger is no longer an option under the Options tab in Auto-Tag from Web.

When I am able to select the Discogs tagger, I am unable to find any matches. I've attempted with a few common discs, such as The Beatles' Rubber Soul and Depeche Mode's Violator, putting in as much information as possible.

I have found similar issues in this thread, but they are all with earlier versions of the tagger.

Please let me know if there are any files or logs that I can provide that might help.

Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.75 (Updated: 2020-05-05)

by misterioso » Thu Jun 25, 2020 12:49 am

charmingnathan wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 12:11 pm
Hi,

Are you able to help please?

I am using the latest Tagger, and am experiencing a few issues to say the least!

The tagging service is regularly listing all the tracks in the wrong order - and I have tried this with several different albums.

I had managed to get around this for a time, by re-starting MediaMonkey after I'd catalogued an album, but even this doesn't make any difference. Now, even when the titles are listed in the correct order, and I click on the button to tag, it will only complete a couple of song titles, leaving the others untouched, despite them being ticked to tag.

Any ideas?

Thanks for any help, in advance.
I'm having this problem with v5.75 and I am using MM v4.1.28.1905. I posted this issue with v5.73. It was fixed with v5.74, but now it's back with v5.75.

Downgrading back to v5.74 fixes the above described problem.

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