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  1. Is there a way to search for lower-case instances of initial letters? I must have imported an mp3 with lower-case i in "indie" in the genre field. Now it is impossible to find all the cases where it occurs, and the auto-fill defaults to lower case if even only one instance exists in the library. So I must retype over the autofill every time. On a related note, if an mp3 is imported even briefly with improper capitalization, it forces the incorrect re-capitalization of the album-artist folder in the music folder. So if you import a file mis-marked "Old 97'S" with upper-case S it will rename the master Album Artist folder and it will therefore force a change to the path name of every one of the 200 or so tracks in the folder. The only fix is to replace ALL instances with an obtuse spelling like "Old 97xxx" then change all of them again to "Old 97's". This adds time to every clone backup, in addition to being sadly illiterate-seeming for such a prominent company.
  2. Search CA site?

    When I try to search the site (I was looking for Bluesound) the results appear to show everything, whether related to the search term or not. What's up?