Thanks for a great program. I use Mp3tag often.
I'm trying to work out if it's possible to copy and paste tags from one file to another without including any ReplayGain info. Everything else. No ReplayGain. In my opinion it should never be copied because unless the files to which the tags are being pasted are the same volume as the files from which the tags were copied, it'll be wrong.
For a long time this hasn't been an issue. For MP3s the usual tag data was saved to an ID3 tag and MP3Gain saves the ReplayGain info to Ape tags, so I could use Mp3tag to copy and paste the ID3 tags and no ReplayGain info would be included. Perfect.
These days though, I tend to work with multiple file types, sometimes where only one type of tag can be used, and most programs write everything to a single type of tag anyway. I'm so used to the ReplayGain info not being included when copying and pasting, I keep forgetting to update or remove it.
Edit: I was thinking too.... maybe it'd be good if the same principle could be applied when pasting tags. If the files to which tags are being pasted already have tags containing ReplayGain info, it'd be nice to have an option for everything in the existing tags to be replaced except the ReplayGain info. I think it'd be better if it was excluded, although removing it would be the next best option. It's probably better to have no ReplayGain info in tags than to have the wrong ReplayGain info.