Picard has very useful font color indications that shows what it will do with tags before you press ‘save’.
Tags that will be deleted are red, retrieved tags that differ from already present tags are brown, tags that were not present in the file before are green.
But there are two possibilities that don’t have discriminating colors.
- The content was already present in the file and identical with what was retrieved from MB
- The content was already present in the file and MB had no data to offer for it.
Both will be formatted in a black font.
So you won’t know if the tag was matching with what MB had to offer, or if MB had nothing to offer and leaves the tag untouched.
My suggestion/request: change the coloring to some lighter gray for tags that are present in the file but MB has nothing to offer for and will be untouched.
Picture, 1000 words, etc:
(in this example ‘Mood’ is the tag that MB offers no content for and will remain untouched)