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Thank you for making your software copy and paste friendly. Makes it easy for me to put in requests from either OpenKJ Songbook or Songbookdb which have copy and paste capability. Songbookdb has copy and paste for both the song request and the singer's name. OpenKJ Songbook only has it for the song request itself.

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isn't this a normal thing? Siglos has always done it so i just thought it was a thing.

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No, can't copy and paste in DEX or Compuhost. Have to type everything in. One of the many reasons that I dislike Compuhost. I don't like it in DEX but their willingness to add stuff necessary for covid is the only reason I won't bash them. Stuff like remote requests.

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You're welcome. Nice to hear kind words from you Danny.

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No, can't copy and paste in DEX or Compuhost. Have to type everything in. One of the many reasons that I dislike Compuhost. I don't like it in DEX but their willingness to add stuff necessary for covid is the only reason I won't bash them. Stuff like remote requests.

well.... look like DEX is behind.
you have Siglos and it can do that....

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No, can't copy and paste in DEX or Compuhost. Have to type everything in. One of the many reasons that I dislike Compuhost. I don't like it in DEX but their willingness to add stuff necessary for covid is the only reason I won't bash them. Stuff like remote requests.

well.... look like DEX is behind.
you have Siglos and it can do that....

Unfortunately the copy and paste will never be available in DEX because it doesn't run in the true Windows environment that most karaoke programs run in, at least that's their excuse, but in a gaming environment.

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Bob, which naming convention would you recommend? If I wanted to use DEX for primarily DJ and not have to switch software because DEX doesn't play well with other audio visual software, they recommend A - T - D. Would that work with Karma.

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I'm loving Karaoke File Manager. It blows away PCDJ's Karaoke File Renamer because of probably one important factor, PCDJ'S program only works on mp3+g and mp3+g zipped files, while Karaoke File Manager works on most other files. With the exception of Windows Media files but for me that doesn't matter because I have none of those.

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DannyG2006 wrote:
Bob, which naming convention would you recommend? If I wanted to use DEX for primarily DJ and not have to switch software because DEX doesn't play well with other audio visual software, they recommend A - T - D. Would that work with Karma.


It will work
Karma has 11 different naming formats to choose from including A - T - D

Menu-Media-Add Folder and then choose your desired naming convention. (The file names would have to be changed first to the A - T - D order)


One nice thing in the Karma media display window is that you can drag and drop the headers - Artist - Title - DiscID to whatever order left to right that you want to display them. Just left click and hold one of them and drag it where you want it. This just changes the display order and not the underlying naming of the files.


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DannyG2006 wrote:
Bob, which naming convention would you recommend? If I wanted to use DEX for primarily DJ and not have to switch software because DEX doesn't play well with other audio visual software, they recommend A - T - D. Would that work with Karma.


It will work
Karma has 11 different naming formats to choose from including A - T - D

Menu-Media-Add Folder and then choose your desired naming convention. (The file names would have to be changed first to the A - T - D order)


One nice thing in the Karma media display window is that you can drag and drop the headers - Artist - Title - DiscID to whatever order left to right that you want to display them. Just left click and hold one of them and drag it where you want it. This just changes the display order and not the underlying naming of the files.



He's right, it will work, but to answer your question, I'd recommend the standard format D - A - T , which is the most widely used and supported format, but, as long as you have a licensed copy of KJ File Manager, you can change your whole collection on the fly whenever you want. Extremely quickly if all of your files aren't zipped. Which reminds me, take a minute and read the tips section of the Karma help file under the main menu. Those tips do help a lot.


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