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This edit changes the title of a [[Release]] [[Image:licon.png]].  
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This [[Edit Type|EditType]] changes the title of a [[Release]] [[Image:licon.png]].  
  
 
==How to do it==
 
==How to do it==

Revision as of 09:06, 4 May 2006

This EditType changes the title of a Release licon.png.

How to do it

  • The Edit name link below the release's name on a release page (or other pages where release details are displayed) takes you to a page where you can edit the release's title (EditReleaseNameEdit).
  • The Edit all link below the release's name on a release page (or other pages where release details are displayed) takes you to a page where you can edit the release's title (EditReleaseNameEdit) and/or attributes (EditReleaseAttributesEdit), as well as the track titles (EditTrackNameEdit) and number (EditTrackNumberEdit) of any or all tracks on the release.

Guidelines

Editing

  • Check for duplicate releases:
  • Before changing a release's title, consider the possibility that there are duplicate entries for the release. A quick release name search may turn up a number of variants. You may wish to merge the releases instead.
  • Use attributes and release events:

Voting

  • Classical releases follow the ClassicalStyleGuide; these guidelines put performer information in the release title.
  • Links to discographies and or the MusicBrainz links to Amazon info or cover art can be useful for verifying the exact release title.

Notes

If the only change to the title was case and/or accents. the change will be instantly applied (no voting required; this is an AutoModeration).

Prerequisites

An EditReleaseNameEdit will fail due to a FailedPrerequisite if another EditReleaseNameEdit changes the name.

Dependencies

An EditReleaseNameEdit will fail due to a FailedDependency if the release is deleted by a RemoveReleaseEdit or a RemoveReleasesEdit or merged into another release by a MergeReleasesEdit.

Symbolic name and id

MOD_EDIT_ALBUMNAME (3)


Authors: @alex