OK DANO, that "Kate Ryan Libertine" was the right tip.
I didn't look very carefully into the details and this evening I wasn't very fast in getting covers.
Why? I made a wrong assumption because I thought that the "script" would always take the interpret and the album. But if you're using it for album cover research you assume that an album title is mostly unique and you won't get much hits. That's why you don't use the interpret. In my case for single cover research the interpret is very necessary and for the complete day I worked
only with the track title with partly poor results.
I changed the script to search for single covers and therefore I changed this from
Now I tried this [SearchBy]=%title% %interpret% => but this doesn't work.
How can I connect/extend the search phrase, do I need & or +?
UPDATE: I took the %interpret% parameter from the [indexFormat] sequence above but that was a mistake because this relates to the amazon side which is partly different.
The [SearchBy] is controlled/initiated by mp3tag and so it must use the right mp3tag the parameter which in this case is %artist% and not %interpret%
So this works fine [SearchBy]=%title% %artist%
And I got the result for 3 tracks incl. resolution for Kate Ryan Libertine. Finally the asin Identification also worksed perfectly.
Dano, maybe you can extend it with another colum showing the cover KB. I got several 300x300 pictures and I don't want to preview all to find the best. In my case where 6 covers from 5 to 40 KB for the ssame resolution. That would be a good improvemnt.
And is there a chance to display the search parameters inside the search result box maybe.
The first Systemline describes the column and I would find it useful to see there "Kate Ryan" instead of "Interpret" or maybe in the dialogue box description the [SearchBy] Phrase.
Now I have to move the resultbox from the source track to look for the artist. This would be much easier in that way.