Pardon the confusing title, I'll explain better here. I updated to the latest version today, but now when I'm working with the files within mp3tag, I'm seeing a frustrating bug. If I accidentally double click on a track within the application, it will highlight it. But single-clicking or double-clicking on the same track does not de-select it. And if I click over to another track, it just highlights that one as well. There doesn't seem to be any way I can de-select these tracks other than closing the application and reopening it.
This is very frustrating, as it tries to force me to do everything in batch now, and I just want to work with individual files. Or at least, have the ability to choose if I want individual or batch.
Running version 3.22b.
Double clicking a file starts a behavior like I'm holding "Ctrl" down. From that point on, any file I click on selects them as though I'm holding the Ctrl key. After about 8 seconds, my default player opens up and begins to play the first track I double clicked on.
This actually solved my issue by allowing me to deselect. However, I still see the irregularity if I open Mp3Tag new, and double click on one of the files. But now at least I know how to undo it without having to close and reopen the application.
As Ohrenkino mentioned:
"Double-clicking opens the default player unless you have defined a special program."
I dislike having double-click play files because it is too easy to invoke accidentally. So I disable that in Options>Tools by choosing "No action" from the drop-down list. You might try that option to see if it helps with your issue.
There are other ways to play selected file(s):
Press the F4 function key
— OR —
Right-click on a selection to open the context menu. Then choose Play.