[F] Sending multiple files from foobar to Mp3tag does not send them all

It seems you have similar problems to those of mine of Mp3tag and Free Commander "send to" options



They most likely have little in common with your issue, but maybe reading those will guide you toward if not explanation then at least a workaround

Zerow, thank you for your reply. I read them - but still my workaround left the click-click-clik... :slight_smile: Or, drag and drop.

But I see, in my first comment I did an error. Those 2 scripts are not for sending files, or sending folders, but for folders and parent folders. The right ones:

  1. Send file(s)
    "C:\Program Files '('x86')'\Mp3tag\Mp3tag.exe" "%_path%"

  2. Send directory(s)
    "C:\Program Files '('x86')'\Mp3tag\Mp3tag.exe" "$substr(%_path%,0,$strrchr(%_path%,''))

So did you managed to get rid of the bug?

Or that your solution only work a certain percent of the time?

I've managed to overcome my problem with sending files from FreeCommander to Spek and Spectro [http://forum.freecommander.com/viewtopic.php?p=24094#p24094] but I completely forgot, that I also have a problem when sending files from FreeCommander to Mp3tag [http://forum.freecommander.com/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=7106]

One file is not a problem. But when selecting multiple files for sending, not all of them are loaded to Mp3tag; and that bug doesn't seem to follow a pattern

[I've recently tried different settings if FreeCommander, even more than why I dealt with the Spek and Spectro issue, but It didn't helped]

No, I could not.

My "solution" (click-click-click...) in fact, not a real solution; so much the more, in case of ~10< files does not work.

It seems, that 2.85e solves this probleme. :slight_smile:

Little later: not every time :frowning: -- but in most cases (nearly 99%). Big difference! :smiley:

Just out of curiosity, I was reviewing posts and came across something that may be useful to both of you or may not be...you decided but here it is...

HowTo - Start Mp3tag from Total Commander


I could switch to Total Commander; or point out the makers of FreeCommander to this TC solution, in hopes of them utilizing it somehow

Thak you

Since then, I have not noticed the error. 99% seems to be 100%, so, Florian, in my opinion the original bug (foobar>>Mp3tag) now is fixed ([F]). And thank you for the correction.

Sorry, the problem is back. :frowning:
I tried: 2.87a-b-c
Ready to try other versions, if Florian thinks, and sends me (or points to) the installer(s).


Thank you for your tip. Sorry, it does not solve the problem, at least for me.
"C:\Program Files '('x86')'\Mp3tag\Mp3tag.exe" "%_path%" sends only the first selected file to Mp3tag, whatever settings (wait, thread...) I use.

And, in general: any program without english help is not serious in my eyes. Japanese help file with google translator is not my best best friend... I gave it up.

Here's the syntax. I didn't need to translate the help. I got it to work without.

"C:\Program Files '('x86')'\Mp3tag\Mp3tag.exe" "$replace(%_path%,%_filename_ext%,)"

Screenshot of my setup

This sends whole folder. I want to send selected files.

But I have a new idea. Try to find previous version of foo_run, and test it.
Sorry, could not find it. @Florian, may I ask you to point to?

Stevehero, I think, previously you did not understand me exactly. Not (only) the help file itself is the point. If a public program does not have english help, it means, that its creator does not care about users. He is negligent. And such quality is the program itself. For such a program to spent a big time: error.

Why is the quality of it determined whether or not the help is in English? Not everyone speaks it as their first language.

Anyway, here's your fix.
Path: "C:\Program Files '('x86')'\Mp3tag\Mp3tag.exe" "%_path%"
Album grouping title: %title%

Thank you, @stevehero, now it works.

But, unfortunately: it repeats exactly the same symptoms, as foo_run. I selected 58 files in foobar, foo_run_group sends (tried 4×): 57, 7, 51, 52 files. :frowning: But it helped (someone...) in diagnostics: from foo_run remained only common with foo_run_group elements (+foobar and Mp3tag, of course).

Later I shall diagnose it with clean fresh foobar installation, adding plugins one-by-one. May be, one of them conflicts with foo_run (and same others). Sending multiple files from Total Commander (or Explorer) through the shell works without problem.

Maybe try %_path% in the Album grouping title and check the wait checkbox.

Works every time for me.

Does not work, because of wait checkbox.
Without: sometimes work well, sometimes not. Same, as foo_run. Tried many times. Foobar refreshed from last stable to last beta, no difference.

Only as an "indicator" :smiley: -- the behavior still persists.

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