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    Quote Originally Posted by robinbowes View Post
    Ah, same old lovely MrSinatra - rude, ignorant, and always right!
    same old robin bowes: condescending, paternal, sanctimonious, and feels the need to patrol me like like an old nun's bad habit. i said NOTHING you blowhard, nothing at all that warranted your commentary, so go spew it on your kids, i'm sure they love it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonn68 View Post
    under windows my first solution was mp3tag, now i am working with Mountain Lion, there is a good alternative solution for mp3 tag:

    kid3: http://kid3.sourceforge.net/

    I am using for a lot of days...
    Looks like that might be worth a try, for a native app on OSX.

    I still think I'll stick with mp3tag for now as I have a few macros set up that do stuff automatically for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSinatra View Post
    same old robin bowes: condescending, paternal, sanctimonious, and feels the need to patrol me like like an old nun's bad habit. i said NOTHING you blowhard, nothing at all that warranted your commentary, so go spew it on your kids, i'm sure they love it too.
    <sigh> See what I mean - no manners.

    Oh, and btw, please refrain from sending me any further abusive PMs or I shall report you. There's a good chap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robinbowes View Post
    <sigh> See what I mean - no manners.

    Oh, and btw, please refrain from sending me any further abusive PMs or I shall report you. There's a good chap.

    R.
    god, go tattle! if you have a personal problem with someone that has nothing to do with anything in these threads, you're supposed to take it to PMs. go ahead and report me little girl, i give a crap.

    again, there was NO CAUSE, NO JUSTIFICATION to "correct me" in the first place, and ergo the one lacking manners is YOU. be more stereotypically english tea time!

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    Ah, the joys of ignore lists.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robinbowes View Post
    Ah, the joys of ignore lists.
    if only you had thought of that in the first place, cluebat: you can ignore someone without a list. i still can't believe u actually thought i had done something that needed to be corrected, but even if you did, its beyond the pale that you would then ACT on it in such a RUDE manner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by audiomuze View Post
    Just a reminder that puddletag can be installed and run natively on a Mac - you'll need to install Qt, Python and Python libraries on which puddletag is dependent.
    Quote Originally Posted by jonn68 View Post
    Hi,
    under windows my first solution was mp3tag, now i am working with Mountain Lion, there is a good alternative solution for mp3 tag:

    kid3: http://kid3.sourceforge.net/

    I am using for a lot of days...

    Jonn
    Most of my library consists of whole album FLAC files with separate CUE files. Using Foobar under Windows I was able to use Explorer to select all the CUE files and drag them into Foobar in order to manipulate the tags for my whole library. What I liked about tagging this way was the fact that the FLAC files themselves were untouched, and saving each of the small CUE files was a lot quicker than saving the corresponding FLAC files would have been, particularly over a network.

    So far I've been unable to find a Mac OSX app that will work on CUE files. Do either of the above mentioned apps have this facility? Is there another app that can import CUE files into a tag editing interface? I'm aware that Foobar can be run under Wine/Parallels etc, but I've always found it too slow to be practical for working on a whole library when used this way.

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    Quiet in here all of a sudden, isn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by robinbowes View Post
    Quiet in here all of a sudden, isn't it?

    Thought I'd share this version of Mp3tag v2.53 I made last night.

    I used Wineskin Winery 1.7

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/zrcuuohhe0...ag%20v2.53.zip

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    Hi everyone,

    As a long-time Windows user of MP3Tag, I was excited to find this thread and a port so I could use it on my Mountain Lion Mini.

    Unfortunately, it's missing a critical feature vs. the Windows version: it can't access/see my network share, where all my music resides. It seems to only be able to see what is on my local machine.

    Is there any way around this, or update that could provide this functionality?

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