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Old December 30th, 2011, 06:02 PM
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import hd files

I wonder if anyone has had the problem of being able to import some of there hd zip files to hoster but not all. I can turn around and search the files and play them using hoster but not import to where are included in song book.
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Old December 30th, 2011, 06:32 PM
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Re: import hd files

Which version of Hoster are you using ?
5.05 has a merge button available in the Build Songs Database dialog.

This will only work on duplicate Book Id's not on duplicate Disc Id's.
Take a look at one of these files Disc Id's then open Hosters Edit dialog and search for that Disc Id and see if it is already in use by another song.
If it is then the only way you will be able to import it is to change it's Disk id.
If it is not in use then it may be the Book Id causing the problem in which case selecting the Merge duplicates button should work.
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