Thread: Sticky Ape Tags
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Old 13th December 2010, 02:50   #1
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Sticky Ape Tags

If you choose to uncheck the ape tags but follow that with copy idv2 or idv1 you'll have to recheck it and then uncheck it again.
The other way around will give the novelty of removing the ape tag. It seems as though ape tags are directly overrides information in idv2 tags?-- that is if you copy idv2 to idv1 before removing the ape tag (removing the ape tag and then reopeing the file)... However, if you simply uncheck idv1 after copying it to idv2 there'll be no sneaky ape coming back to alter your file tag... aslong as you uncheck the ape tag after copying to idv2.

Also, if you delete the present tag (clear its contents) and create a new ape tag-- either leaving it blank or clicking copy idv1 or idv2 followed by accepting changes will crash winamp.... oh hmmm... is it possible to transfer this thread to the core bug forum?

Last edited by BrryRndll; 13th December 2010 at 04:31. Reason: more info
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