Win 10 Home x64 build 1703
I am trying to export the tags into a text, which works well if I choose a path such as:
No problems. Then I can import those tags.
I can also select a new location to export the tags such as the album’s current path as seen in the PATH column. But If I use an action to change the album’s path, then I get an error.
the original Album Name = "Greatest Hits"
the original Path to this album = “C:\users\MEE\Music\Artist\Greatest Hits”
Now I change the path using an action to rename the path by appending the Album Name with the year of the Album’s release.
New path to this album = “C:\users\MEE\Music\Artist\Greatest Hits ”. This appears in the PATH column.
In Mp3tag’s “Tag Panel” the Album Name is still “Greatest Hits"
and under the “PATH” column the path has been changed to
"C:\users\MEE\Music\Artist\Greatest Hits ”
So far so good.
Then I choose to export the tags. Following the steps below:
- select “txt_taglist”
- open “…” - select new path
(note that the path appears correctly in TextBox “C:\users\MEE\Music\Artist\Greatest Hits ”)
- select OK
- Error msg: File "C:\users\MEE\Music\Artist\Greatest Hits\mp3tag.txt
cannot be opened for writing
Mp3tag is looking to place the exported tags to a path based on the album name, which no longer exists. Again, the “Export Config. Display” shows the new pathname
"C:\users\MEE\Music\Artist\Greatest Hits "
but Mp3tag doesn’t use what I’ve selected.
It is still looking for “C:\users\MEE\Music\Artist\Greatest Hits”