Import with text file

Is there a way to stop using last-used text file ?

If Importing using a text file the next import no matter what drive-folder chosen goes back to the same directory used last.

Could you please explain step by step what you do (e.g. which function you use), what the environment parameters are, what you found and what you expected?

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Is there a way to stop using last-used text file ?

If Importing using a text file the next import no matter what drive-folder chosen goes back to the same directory used last.

There are 2 functions to import data from text files.
So which one do you use?
But I think, regardless which one you use, the previous path is remembered or defined as parameter.

Good you have the point
"no matter what drive-folder chosen goes back to the same directory used last."
how to avoid this ? and use the folder you are currently using to import data from said text file.

I tried a filename like
.\ff.txt
where the important part is .\
This uses the current working directory.
It does not consider the folder of the current file if that is different from the working folder.

Sorry was away. I do not understand. First how to you create a file with .\ at the beginning. My system win 10 can not. If folder last used is on drive #1 and has text file inside how do I ignore that text file if my current folder loaded in MP3tag is on drive #8. At present I have to manually go looking for the needed drive folder etc to get new text file in current loaded folder with Mp3tag Your suggestion seems to say load text file outside MP3tag. How-to-do ??

What have you done?
If I enter that string

then it behaves like I already described.

in windows cannot use "\"

\\\\\ does not show in windows

nor here in Mp3tag so .\\\ i am using extra slashes here .txt is impossible to create

If you look carefully, then I used a single dot and a single backslash.
That is the common code for "use the current directory" which is Windows syntax.
There is also ..\ which means "use the directory one level up".

So, as I said: this kind of filename prefix will use a file in the current folder.
It could be that you have to load a different folder each time to get a different file addressed.

And if you have such problems with the filename syntax: a screendump of the utilized function often helps.