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Thread: Custom Tag "Library" not working

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    Custom Tag "Library" not working

    For some time, I've used a custom tag "Library" in the Browse Tree so that I can select between different collections (e.g. Main, Classical, etc.) before drilling down to Album Artist, Album, etc. (Obviously, all my music files contain this custom tag with a value assigned to it.)

    Recently, I updated to R6.1 and somehow, inadvertently lost all my configuration settings.

    I'm currently trying to recreate my previous settings so have tried to add Library > Album Artist > Album in the Browse Tree as shown in the first attachment. However, I must be missing something as Asset is not recognizing this custom tag this time. The second attachment shows what it looks like in Asset Control.

    I would greatly appreciate some guidance as to what I've missed or done this time that's causing it not to work any more.

    Many thanks.

    Martin
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    Re: Custom Tag "Library" not working

    You need to add Library to the MediaDatabaseFieldsv5.txt file, which is in %appdata%\dBpoweramp\uMediaLibrary (if not running as service)

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    Re: Custom Tag "Library" not working

    Thanks Spoon, that worked! Out of curiosity, what would happen if I changed to running as Service? Would the location of MediaDatabaseFieldsv5.txt be different?

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    Re: Custom Tag "Library" not working

    Yes it would be under the network users account name (which is in C:\Windows\ ...somewhere... )

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