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Thread: printing results of PerfectTUNES Accurate Rip checks

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    printing results of PerfectTUNES Accurate Rip checks

    I'm trying to print (to pdf) the results of Accurate Rip Checks - the listings with album covers for albums with ripping errors, albums cannot check, and albums not present in AccurateRip. However I only get the first page or two to show up - the remaining pages are blank. Current version of software on Mac High Sierra. Any clues or help?

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    Re: printing results of PerfectTUNES Accurate Rip checks

    Is there not an export button where you can export the list for printing?

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    Re: printing results of PerfectTUNES Accurate Rip checks

    click on the "i" next to details in upper right. This will open a file of results and you can print/save this file. See pic.
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    Re: printing results of PerfectTUNES Accurate Rip checks

    there is an export button, but the results are a lot of text that make it difficult to wade through. I'd like to use the menu command file->print which appears to give the same view as the results show. This view would make it easier for me to rummage around the house and locate missing or mis-ripped discs. This command seems to be supported, but only the first couple of pages show up.

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    Re: printing results of PerfectTUNES Accurate Rip checks

    thanks garym, but I don't have an "i" on my view. PerfecTunes2.2 on Mac OS High Sierra

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    Re: printing results of PerfectTUNES Accurate Rip checks

    Quote Originally Posted by markda View Post
    there is an export button, but the results are a lot of text that make it difficult to wade through. I'd like to use the menu command file->print which appears to give the same view as the results show. This view would make it easier for me to rummage around the house and locate missing or mis-ripped discs. This command seems to be supported, but only the first couple of pages show up.
    maybe different on the Mac OS version, but on my windows version, if I open the text file (from clicking on the "i"), I can open in some programs where it is very easy to read, which each line listing a file and its info. If I open it in just a basic text reader, it doesn't recognize the line returns and is a mess to read.

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