@Tanookirby: down to how the unified view is done, adding in buttons to do that won't fit in with the size of the dialog which i have to work with. also i'm not even sure how the copy and paste actions are meant to have worked i.e. if it copies all of the tag and pastes back in like that.
with the time editing issue, what file(s) are you trying to do it on and also what is it you're trying to enter as the time?
@MrSinatra: i was just replying to the post you'd raised in the other thread so i'll just paste here what i was going to post.
Originally Posted by MrSinatra
good to know... i used 7zip and extracted to spc files, works great now.
however, it seems neither vgz nor spc files support albumartist tags, which is a necessity for me, not to mention ratings and so on.
the ID666 tag doesn't provide any %albumartist% field and from what is provided the only thing would be to map it back to the %artist% tag (which with spc and rsn files is already based on 3 different mappings to cater for missing information so that the ml is always getting something).
vgm's fall into the same thing though it doesn't do any mapping to ensure there is some sort of %artist% provided (from what i remember though i could be wrong) to allow for the 'use artist as album artist' option to work (which iirc you're not keen on).
as for ratings and RG, there is no support for them in any of the game audio tag formats i've come across (which is ID666, PSF, VGM and what YMAMP uses) and to be honest i'm really not keen to start altering the tag format to cope with such things - is only VGM which supports RG (and i'm not sure if it's just track or album or quite what). so as things stand you've just got to make use of the ml to store those values.
the real issue here is that a lot of the game formats were never really intended to work with what Winamp wants to have (based on the ID3 scheme) and so there are compromises like how some of the values are mapped from what they were in the original tag format to what will work better with Winamp.
supporting things like RG or extended features like ratings hasn't happened in the tag formats as most people into this sort of thing aren't interested otherwise i'm sure the authors of the tag formats would have implemented them years ago when they were created / being maintained.