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General Discussion / Re: Genre and Artist Images
« Last post by Barcrest on September 19, 2020, 10:00:42 AM »
Sounds like there might be a bug with the jump letter on that screen, i will take a look.
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News / Re: Windows 10 on a pi 4
« Last post by Barcrest on September 19, 2020, 09:56:57 AM »
Wow good to see you around.  :beer
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General Discussion / Re: Genre and Artist Images
« Last post by Cary_B on September 18, 2020, 06:10:06 PM »
Just bumping this up in case you missed it Barry.  Still looking for how to name the images that show on the sort by Genre, Artist, and Year screen for all albums.  (The first picture shown on the screen before it shows the user images. (Top left image.)

Also, when filtering on Artist, a button show to jump to letter, and if you press it, a keyboard shows up.  But touching the letters doesn't jump to the artists starting with that letter.  Nothing happens. 

Any thoughts?
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Support and Bug Reports / Year Buttons
« Last post by Cary_B on September 11, 2020, 08:33:01 PM »
Barry, see you haven't been on in a while.  Hope everythings ok.

Quick question, when you filter by year, most skins come with a set of buttons (1972.png, 1973.png) etc.  But they never seem to show on the screen.  Only a image not found picture.  Is there a problem with the program that it won't show .png images or something?  I know that the screen used to show the buttons, but I thought that they used to be .jpg.  I played around in the .ini files and the buttons are named .png.  I tried replacing .png with .jpg, but that didn't seem to work either. 

What am I missing?
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General Discussion / Re: Online search
« Last post by smo32 on September 11, 2020, 01:44:28 PM »
any updates on getting the online search running?
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News / Re: Windows 10 on a pi 4
« Last post by netcat on September 08, 2020, 09:48:57 PM »
This is AWESOME !!!

just set it up.

Maybe soon we can have Etouch running on it !!!!
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Support and Bug Reports / Re: rasberry pi
« Last post by justtaint on September 04, 2020, 08:07:32 PM »
https://www.tomshardware.com/how-to/install-windows-10-raspberry-pi

Thinking about giving Win10 a try on my raspberry pi, I've got an unused 32" touchscreen TV that would be perfect for it.
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Support and Bug Reports / Re: Non alphabetic characters
« Last post by Mark Norville on August 30, 2020, 07:47:16 PM »
I can understand what you are saying, but if you found a wallet in the street, and you had no food. Do you do the right thing and hand the wallet in, or spend the money in the wallet? If the wallet is empty then obviously it is worthless.

However, Prince changed his name to a symbol, but the albums that he done under that sign, do you try and represent it like that, or do you just call him Prince?

If you can cheat on one artist, then you can cheat on them all.

You always have to find a work around with most programs, especially etouch.

Regards

The artist formely known as Mark, but now M^ark
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Support and Bug Reports / Re: Non alphabetic characters
« Last post by Cary_B on August 30, 2020, 07:25:01 PM »
Thanks. But I already did that. I always delete and rebuild. Strip characters only seems to remove apostrophes and such but not foreign characters. And I left them in because that is the true way to spell the bands name. Iíve been going for correctness when burning my CDs this last time to be 100% correct. Removing those characters actually makes the band names wrong. But I will do this if I have to. So using those characters isnít stupid. Just correct. You do what you feel is correct.
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Support and Bug Reports / Re: Non alphabetic characters
« Last post by Mark Norville on August 30, 2020, 06:43:56 PM »
I would suggest deleting your database and then rebuilding your database with strip enabled.

I have never trusted updating your library, so myself personally I would always delete and rebuild, however, do this at your own risk.

I would also never tag anything with a stupid character, I will always replace it with the proper letter.

Hope this might help a little bit.

Regards

Mark
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