Just curiosity, but is there a reference to what the n indicates in the MTA files for the action type? As in T= n.
My reason for asking is that I've been editing the scripting actions in Geany or Notepad++ simply because it's a bit difficult editing or creating something like this;
1=$ifgreater(%discnumber%,0,%discnumber%,$ifgreater(%dir_temp%,0,%discnumber%,$ifgreater( $regexp($mid(%_directory,$add($strstr($upper(%_directory,DISC),DISC),1),6),\\\\D*,),0, $regexp($mid(%_directory,$add($strstr($upper(%_directory,DISC),DISC),1),6),\\\\D*,),)))In the MP3Tag script editor.
(Extra spaces added so the single line of text doesn't "break out" of the floated code box )
Just in case you are wondering, it finds the word 'disc' in the parent directory of the files then returns the numeric value that follows it.
There are three similar ones that check for CD in the directory name and 'disc' or 'CD' in the album field.
WHY??? I hear you ask, and it's because I'm restructuring my rather random naming conventions when I originally converted my vinyl collection to digital