In HMM12 tag editor tool, we no longer can select using SHIFT+ARROWS, which is very useful to paste multiple cells at once.
Also I noticed that apply "auto count down" (is that name) is also no longer available. Can you bring it back?
Improvements to Apply down (=Apply to selection if multiple cells are selected) implemented in build helium_12.0.14243.0.exe
I will post a request to calculate gain from the editor tool.
Thanks for the example, I think though that you should clone this information to the mass-tagging-of-files-not-in-the-database request, since it more relates to that topic than this one.
This information might help people to understand the possible benefints and upvote that request.
>>Auto track down of HMM12 (selected cells only) would be great in this workflow.
This should already work
>>Calculate replay gain (or bpm/key) at this stage is very time saving.
BPM and key is already supported, gain calculation is not supported (it is not in Helium 11 neither) but can be added (if of interest, please report to a new request, since this one is closed)
What's missing is apply down/apply to selection only. It might be possible that this will be implemented before the first official release.
That's something we will analyse.
Can you please describe what and how you used it in Helium 11 ?
I cannot see exactly what you are trying to achive. (If you exclude the other feature request - editing tracks not in the database)
I tend to think that this function is not neccesary until possibly we will support tracks not in the database.
>>Copying one cell, selecting multiple cells (SHIFT+ARROW) and paste DOESN'T work.
That's not implemented.
Only the selection in the clipboard will be pasted, you cannot copy a single cell valy and paste to multiple cells.
Both features implemented in helium_12.0.14240.0.exe
I see, that should be possible to add.
Yes, I mean "auto track down".
>Have you tiried to paste tab-separated data from the clipboard?
No, I mean copying a cell in the tag editor (CTRL+C) and with SHIFT+ARROWS to select multiple cells. Then I can paste all cell at once with CTRL+V.
I think you was refering to auto-track down.
An extension will be included to that function in the next build, which will perform auto-track ONLY for the selected cells.
It will also work on any string or integer column type.
>>which is very useful to paste multiple cells at once.
Have you tiried to paste tab-separated data from the clipboard?
Works perfect, also in combination with multiple rows.
>>Also I noticed that apply "auto count down"
Do you mean auto-track down? Or more exactly, which feature are you missing, what should the result be?