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Key: MBS-343
Type: Improvement Improvement
Status: Closed Closed
Resolution: Fixed
Priority: High High
Assignee: Michael Wiencek
Reporter: nikki
Votes: 6
Watchers: 5
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Lookup by MBID in inline searches

Created: 23/Jan/10 05:25 AM   Updated: 23/Mar/12 12:05 PM  Due: 05/Dec/12   Resolved: 03/Feb/12 12:00 PM
Component/s: Search
Affects Version/s: None
Fix Version/s: Bug fixes, 2012-02-06

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see http://bugs.musicbrainz.org/ticket/4631 and MBS-201

One day we'll hopefully be able to use all advanced search syntax as requested in MBS-201, but until then it would be useful to be able to paste an MBID (or a full URL containing an MBID) instead (the original ticket was asking for it in the AJAX lookups, but it would be useful pretty much anywhere where the search is used when editing, e.g. merging recordings)



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PATATE12 added a comment - 23/Jan/10 04:30 PM

Thanks Nikki! I totally forgot about #4631.


Kuno Woudt added a comment - 02/Feb/10 10:37 AM

future stuff, not for beta 2 I think.


PATATE12 added a comment - 01/Dec/11 11:05 AM

It should accept full URL and doing a javascript match() to extract the MBID itself.
Like http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/112431




PATATE12 added a comment - 22/Mar/12 07:22 PM

Oliver Charles added a comment - 23/Mar/12 11:20 AM

Not quite, that's not what's meant by an inline search (because it does a full page refresh).


PATATE12 added a comment - 23/Mar/12 12:05 PM

It wouldn't mind getting this inline search power (the mbid lookup).
I don't know if it's the only one without it, it's quite rare.