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Exclude certain tags from Album List filter
silkcut
post Nov 13 2012, 20:18
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Hello. Is it possible to exclude certain tags from the Album List filter? Certain tags like DISCOGS_ARTIST_INGROUPS (List of all the groups the artist is member of, stored as a multi-value tag) might match my search but I don't want them to appear in my search results.

For example, if I search for 'Miles Davis', John Coltrane's "Stellar Regions" album shows up as a search result because that album has the tag DISCOGS_ARTIST_INGROUPS which includes 'Miles Davis Quintet' and 'Miles Davis Sextet'. I don't care if John Coltrane was in a group with Miles Davis if I am searching just for Miles Davis albums.

Thanks!!
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Daeron
post Nov 13 2012, 21:38
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If you don't make use of it, why do you have that tag in the first place? If you are using the Discogs component, you can disable the writing of those tags.
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Frank Bicking
post Nov 13 2012, 21:45
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Preferences, advanced, tools, search filters, simple search - exclude fields.


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silkcut
post Nov 13 2012, 23:17
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Daeron > I dunno... for completeness? I see your point though.

Thanks Frank Bicking!
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