I thought you were looking for an option or sth. similar.
To import the year from discogs, you have to remove all blocks except for the outputto year block.
# This trick makes sure, that we get the year for both "27 Feb 2004"
# and "2004" formats
Yes, I tried this yesterday but it didn't work ... I closed MP3tag, made the changes and started once more but everything was modified, not only the year.
OK, I tried it but I have still the same result:
Discogs finds the album and updates the tracks from title/year/album everything but I don't understand that behaviour.
Now it works, after I restarted windows. There must be something in cache somewhere, because I tried it several times and than I changed the source name and made the reboot.
What do I have to do to accomplish such changes? I can't reboot every time.
I need another change because I look for the year of single tracks which are on compilaiton like greatest hits.
For the amazon cover search I was able to add the album or the title to the search and it worked ([SearchBy]=%title% %artist%).
Now I got a message "error during server connection: www.discogs.com". If I try the orginal one which only searches for the artist than it will work so I don't have a connection problem.
Normally changes in src files are automatically recognized.
It seems you use discogs.src but this does not use the discogs search engine.
You need discogs_album.src from here.
But note that you need to adopt the [IndexUrl]
I have also made my own changes maybe I release it later this week.
No, I'm really sorry. That's why I made the comment. I made several changes, every time I closed MP3tag and restarted it but it didn't work.
Yes, indeed I used it.
I must admit that I tried it now with discogs and it worked perfectly. Even I didn't have to change the IndexUrl or maybe you changed it already.
I only changed the search key to %artist% %title% and everything was fine (OK I also deleted the above mentioned lines).