No, currently multiple genres/styles adding to the grouping field are separated by comma. By I agree that it would be better to separate by semicolon and I made that change to our SongKong tagger recently, and plan to make the change to Jaikoz as well.
It is my view that it is always better to add artwork to the audio files themselves so then you dont have problems if files are moved.So Jaikoz always adds artwork to the audio files, and can only additionally save to album folder if the artwork is in the files.
But there is an easy workaround for you:
Run Jaikoz as normal to add artwork to files and album folders
Right click on Artwork column header and select Empty Column
This will delete artwork in files without affecting album folders
File/Save Changes to actually save changes to the files
Thank you for the clear and concise responses. The inability to change the delimiter to semi-colon is a show stopper for me currently, so I will have to wait for this addition.
The other points are less critical, I agree the cover work around suggestion will work, albeit inconveniently, a preference switch for this would be ideal IMHO. I agree with the importance of storing info in the files but not for images. Some of my cover art can be 5MB, so it seems pointless to add this to every file and consume unnecessary disk space for no gain.
Well its not pointless because it means you artwork will not get lost if you move or rename your files, its also give better compatability since some players wil understand embedded artwork but not file artwork. If these advantages are of no advantage to you you can remove the artwork as described, however it is unlikely I will change Jaikoz to bypass writing them to the music files because then it makes the logic of working out if songs already have artwork and the related options more difficult.
That is true, I mean there are ways round that if you dont have many such genres such you could first of all find and replaceFolk, World, & Country with Folk$World$& Country , then find and replace the bulk with , ->;, then find and replace to set Folk$World$& Country to Folk; World; & Country , but then it starts to get more cumbersome