[F] Extended Tags: Saving Tag Without Direct OK Crashes

This bug results in a crash after making a change to one frame in the "Extended Tags" view mode. I'm not sure if all this is necessary, but it's what I do every time before Mp3tag crashes. I am running Windows Vista Ultimate RTM with the latest development build (v2.37c).

  1. Select an entire album in the main window (with all the columns and such).
  2. View --> Extended Tags
  3. Go to a track that contains a tag that another doesn't (in my case, Composer). For me, these are always adjacent tracks.
  4. Click whichever arrow will get you to the track that doesn't contain the tag (i.e. Composer). These are the arrows in between the OK and Cancel buttons.
  5. Add that tag (i.e. Composer) to the track that doesn't have it. I always make it identical to the previous track (not sure if this is necessary).
  6. Click the arrows to go back to the track that originally had the tag (i.e. Composer).
  7. You should get a dialog box that says "Save tag?". Click "Yes".
  8. Mp3tag should crash.

It appears I can reproduce this 100% of the time. It appears to work with any tag. It also appears that the tag is saved despite the fact that Mp3tag crashes.

Here is the seemingly useless (in this particular instance) Mp3tagError.log:

Mp3tag v2.37c - 08.01.2007 - 20:45:04
OS-Version: Unbekannte Windows-Version
Build: Dec 13 2006 21:07:44
AppPath:  44.960.366.592 Bytes frei (C:\Program Files\Mp3tag\)
DataPath: 44.960.366.592 Bytes frei (C:\Users\Joey\AppData\Roaming\Mp3tag\data\)
TempPath: 44.960.366.592 Bytes frei (C:\Users\Joey\AppData\Local\Temp\Mp3tag v2.37c\)

Also, here is the Windows crash data:

Problem signature:
  Problem Event Name:    APPCRASH
  Application Name:    Mp3tag.exe
  Application Version:
  Application Timestamp:    45805d9b
  Fault Module Name:    Mp3tag.exe
  Fault Module Version:
  Fault Module Timestamp:    45805d9b
  Exception Code:    c0000005
  Exception Offset:    000203d7
  OS Version:    6.0.6000.
  Locale ID:    1033
  Additional Information 1:    57e2
  Additional Information 2:    0c88e2c1ab3109b6a9ac6c1aa8a1763b
  Additional Information 3:    1e7e
  Additional Information 4:    04cd4b10aaa00d0814197b6e3232ab4e

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EDIT: Wow I feel stupid. This is the 3rd time I've looked like a complete idiot on these forums. I swear I'm not usually like this. It looks like this bug was already posted (and confirmed!) Sorry. :frowning:

Fixed! :slight_smile:

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