User talk:HumHumXX

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Every time I look at your diffs I can't help but start laughing at all the silly little mistakes you found :) Thanks, and keep it up! --navap 17:38, 21 February 2010 (UTC)


Thanks for the tweaks to the AR templates! :) There's still some bits I've been chasing, of too-much vertical whitespace being left, esp in the Type examples and the Class pages' subclasses, if you're feeling bored and want to play with templates... I think you may be the only other person who isn't terrified by Template:Relationship.  :D BrianSchweitzer 08:10, 22 March 2010 (UTC)


Any particular reason behind http://wiki.musicbrainz.org/?title=Candidate_for_Deletion/Current&diff=39186&oldid=39181 ? BrianSchweitzer 20:16, 30 March 2010 (UTC)

Just check it again: he was just removing a duplicates that you've left over :) Murdos 22:01, 30 March 2010 (UTC)

File naming

$lower($if2(%albumartist%,%artist%)/
$if($eq(%album%,[non-album tracks])
,%album%/%artist% - %title%
,$if($eq(%releasestatus%,bootleg)
,\$unoff/[$if2(%releasetype%,--); $if2(%originaldate%,--)] %album% $if($or(%media%,%date%),[$if2(%media%,--)\, $if2($left(%date%,4),--)])/$if(%totaldiscs%,$num(%discnumber%,2)-,)$num(%tracknumber%,2). %artist% - %title%
,[$if2(%releasetype%,--); $if2(%originaldate%,--)] %album% $if($or(%media%,%date%),[$if2(%media%,--)\, $if2($left(%date%,4),--)])/$if(%totaldiscs%,$num(%discnumber%,2)-,)$num(%tracknumber%,2). %artist% - %title%
)
)
)
How can I avoid the repetitive last two lines of code? "\$unoff/" in the second-to-last line puts bootlegs in a subfolder, the rest is identical to other types of releases that are dealt with in the last line. Thx. --HumHumXX (talk) 23:09, 22 May 2013 (UTC)
Can't you just close the $if(bootleg) function after $unoff? Currently you have
$if($eq(%releasestatus%,bootleg)
,\$unoff/foo
,foo
)
which you can turn into
$if($eq(%releasestatus%,bootleg)
,\$unoff/
,)foo

--Mineo (talk) 20:20, 26 May 2013 (UTC)

Why does this work all of a sudden? :-D Thanks! The last time I tried to do this Picard returned precisely nothing. Maybe there was a missing comma or bracket in some other place. (Moving this to my talk page, btw.) --HumHumXX (talk) 09:21, 27 May 2013 (UTC)
The scripting in Picard hasn't really been changed for a long time, so I guess it was some missing comma or so - I'll admit the scripting can be confusing at times. --Mineo (talk) 13:02, 27 May 2013 (UTC)