You can see additional non-Microsoft environment variables if you press [windows-key]-[break/pause], select tab-folder Extended and press the button "environment variables".
In this dialogue you can add, edit, delete user-defined environment variables.
In the old days these variables were set by the file autoexec.bat or win.ini.
I looked up this thread after reading your response to me in a different forum, to learn about the $getEnv function you added to my .mte ...
I seem to have trouble returning anything on these (the links in your .mte utilizing $getEnv did not work). I have the same problem when I just use %UserProfile%\Desktop, for example. I get an error that the file cannot be opened and imbedded links in the export don't work.
Anyone other Mp3tag user out there with the same problem?
Florian, what could it be?
'Flskydiver', make sure to use the latest Mp3tag development version 2.48d.
[2011-03-21] NEW: scripting function $getEnv.
[2011-04-18] NEW: support for inbuilt parameters MP3TAGAPP and MP3TAGAPPDATA for $getEnv.