Revision as of 19:07, 26 November 2011 (view source)Claus chr (talk | contribs) (Removed menuitem. fields are not GUI items)← Older edit Revision as of 19:09, 26 November 2011 (view source) Claus chr (talk | contribs) (Replacede keycap with quote marks. Characters are not keys)Newer edit → Line 56: Line 56: <!--T:12--> <!--T:12--> Numerical tags can use the following operators to create a condition: Numerical tags can use the following operators to create a condition: −* Equal: <keycap>:</keycap>+* Equal: ":" −* Less than: <keycap><</keycap>+* Less than: "<" −* Larger than: <keycap>></keycap>+* Larger than: ">" ===== Examples ===== <!--T:13--> ===== Examples ===== <!--T:13--> Revision as of 19:09, 26 November 2011 Other languages:English • dansk • polski • português do Brasil • čeština • українська Contents 1 Search in Collection 1.1 Edit Box 1.2 Tags 1.3 Additional searchable fields 1.4 Operators 1.5 Examples 2 Edit Filter Dialog Search in Collection Search Collection lets you specify complex filters to search for specific tracks in your collection. Use the edit box in the Media Sources pane or click the button right next to the edit box. Edit Box When you type in the input field, Amarok will search for the text in all available tags such as artist, album and title. Your view of the collection will update automatically to display only the matches of the search. To search in a specific tag, type tag:value into the search bar. Operators like ">" and "<" can be used to create more general conditions. Several conditions can be used together by separating them by a space character. For time conditions, use the following abbreviations: d=day, w=week, m=month, y=year. Tags The following tags can be searched: Album Artist Bitrate Composer AlbumArtist Genre Playcount Rating Sample Rate Score Title Track Year BPM Additional searchable fields Along with tags, the following can also be searched: Comment Filename Disc number Length Filesize Format Added (to Collection) First played Label Last modified Operators Numerical tags can use the following operators to create a condition: Equal: ":" Less than: "<" Larger than: ">" Examples If you search without specifying a tag, Amarok will search in all important text tags: More complex patterns can be used to get better results: Edit Filter Dialog If you prefer to build your searches more programatically, drag down the icons for the search terms you want, and drag to change search-term order. You may search by: Simple text, Title, Artist name, Album Artist Name, Album Name, Genre, Composer, Comment, Filename, Year, Track Number, Disc Number, BPM, Length, Bit Rate, Sample Rate, File Size, Format, Added to Collection, Score, Rating, First Played, Playcount, Label, Last Modified. You can also add OR and AND here. Select a term and check Invert condition to exclude items matching this term from the results. Choose AND or OR for all terms in this search. If you choose AND, all search-terms must be present. If OR, any matches will show up. Of course, clicking removes your selections. ← Collection Scanning ↑ Back to Menu ↑ Organize Collection → Retrieved from "https://userbase.kde.org/index.php?title=Amarok/Manual/Organization/Collection/SearchInCollection&oldid=220165" Categories: AmarokMultimediaTutorials Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.