Round Midnight search comes up differently in different book

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rpmseattle
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Round Midnight search comes up differently in different book

Post by rpmseattle » Sun Mar 17, 2013 8:25 pm

There are some differences in the search for "Round Midnight" with and without the preceding apostrophe:

The Standards Real Book, the Classic Realbook Bb and the Classic Realbook Eb only come up in a search for 'Round with the preceding apostrophe.

Jazz Charts - Transpose, The Colorado Cookbook and the Classic Realbook C only come up with a search for Round without the apostrophe.

Possible to get these to all come up with the same search criteria?

Thanks for a great app!

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Phil Smith
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Re: Round Midnight search comes up differently in different

Post by Phil Smith » Sun Mar 17, 2013 8:44 pm

They all do show up when you type in round, the first set of results are the titles without the apostrophe, and then later in the R's are the titles with the apostrophes. Searching for round mi, brings them all up. We'll take a look at the differences in the titles.

The best thing to do as a general rule when searching is to type as much of the title as possible to narrow the number of results returned.
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rpmseattle
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Re: Round Midnight search comes up differently in different

Post by rpmseattle » Sun Mar 17, 2013 9:02 pm

Thanks, Phil. Yes, I'll type a few more characters to search as a rule.

Another thing worth noting with this particular song is that in a set, if I want to include, say, the Bb version of this song *and* also the Colorado Cookbook or Jazz Chords version, the version(s) with the apostrophe sort alphabetically at the start of the list, while the others sort with "R", which of course, makes sense in terms of the iPad, but not as a set. It would be kind of nice if all versions of the song sorted the same way. Not sure if that's even possible, though?

Anyway, thank you. Really digging the app, and have turned several people in the Seattle area onto it already.

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