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Seems the problem is "too many variables." There is apparently no way to just change the language tag¹ without adding lyrics.  So: First, if there are (or may be) already lyrics in the file, you have to remove them, because --add-lyrics will do what it says: add to the lyrics already there. So eyeD3 --remove-all-lyrics (audio-file) Second, if ...


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As with any utility called from a shell, arguments which include characters with special meaning to the shell need to be quoted (' or ") or escaped (\). eyeD3 --encoding utf8 --add-lyrics 'Lyrics.txt:The Description:dut' \ filename.mp3 > /dev/null At least according to the explanations in eyeD3 --help you can also ...


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What about Aria2? Being command-line based it's perhaps the most lightweight and powerful tool, and it's not only for Torrent but for file downloads in general. Very easy to install: (if you have the popular Homebrew package manager) brew install aria2 and very easy to use: aria2c TORRENTFILE You will be surprised by how easy and how fast it downloads the ...


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You will probably need to run 7z from terminal to accomplish this. In the terminal, you can use command such as 7z t -r *.tar If you are certain that the folder contains only archives that can 7zip handle, then it will work 7z t -r *


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The App Store versions of both [Disk Space Analyser] (https://apps.apple.com/au/app/disk-space-analyzer-inspector/id446243721?mt=12) and Daisy Disk are limited functionality compared to the versions available from the developers' websites: Disk Space Analyser Daisy Disk The paid download versions of both cost the same, USD $9.99. The App Store version of ...


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The files app on iOS and iPadOS can connect to network file servers directly so there’s no need for a third party app unless you want features they provide over Apple’s native SMB client solution. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT206481 (This wasn’t implemented when the question was asked, but it’s a great solution for now.)


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Short answers to your three questions: It is not possible to show (non-coloured) tags in Finder's Icon View. Finder's List View can show additional columns, including tags. That is a simple way to show tags for all files in a folder or in search results. Leap from Ironic Software (the key pioneer in developing Mac OS X tags) can show tags just below file ...


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I don't use Tags but desired functionality (as I understand it) work out of box in Monterey: files/folders must have associated Tags switch to as Icons view Colored circles will be displayed below icon and before file/folder name:


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