Prokyon3 can be further configured with he following options available with file | settings | toggles as detailed below.
When this box is checked, Prokyon3 will read ID3V2 tags from mp3 files. It will default to V1 if no V2 tags are available.
If unchecked, Prokyon3 will only read V1 tags from mp3 files. ID3V1 tags had some obvious limitations and drawbacks so it is better to leave this box checked. One can find more detailed information about ID3 tags at http://www.id3lib.org.Default value is checked.
When checked, Prokyon3 will always write tags as ID3 V2 tags to your file.
Default value is checked.
Once your Mysql base is running and your connection is OK, this box should be checked.Default value is unchecked.
When checked, Prokyon3 will hide play lists and artists tree when tags are edited. This will expand your display during edit mode.Default value is checked.
If checked, Prokyon3 will not attempt to display all you files in a single list when, for example, you click the Harddisk button form the Media tab in the selector. Useful if you have lots of files on your hard disk|SMB shares|NFS exports as this can be painfully slow.Default values are unchecked.
When checked, columns size will be adjusted automatically by Prokyon3 to match displayed text width.
When unchecked, Prokyon3 will remember your manual column width adjustments and restore it between sessions. These will not changed unless you modify them manually.Default value is checked.
When checked, internal frame sizes, as well as relative columns position in listing views will be saved and restore between sessions. In a similar manner, if some main frames are hidden by the user, this will be saved and restored by Prokyon3.Default value is checked.
However, Prokyon3 will always automatically save an restore the following Gui information:
Play command must cancel and reset any existing play list already loaded into your favourite player. Enqueue command will be used to add your selected tracks to the current one. Selected tracks are passed as additional arguments to these commands.Default value are OK with xmms.