Formatting Composers

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Danny Weller
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Formatting Composers

Post by Danny Weller »

I have been creating numerous indexes for my books. How am I recommended to format the composer field?

I have defaulted to "[last name], [first name]"
separating numerous composers with an ampersand (ie. "[last name], [first name] & [last name], [first name]")

I'm guessing that at the moment, the in-app search engine does not have the ability to parse multiple composers from a query. Just wondering if I should get in the habit of entering composers in a certain format now to avoid re-entry in case a future version adds this functionality.

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Phil Smith
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Re: Formatting Composers

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The format that you are using is the same format that we use for multiple composers.
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