I've been a satisfied MP3tag user for almost ten years now. I've always been a Windows user and now I'm about to go abroad for a couple of months, I locked away my PC and want to use my girlfriend's Macbook to put some last songs on my phone before I leave.
However, when I install the OS X version that is supposed to include the Wine app, nothing really happens. When I try to open MP3tag, the app icon briefly jumps in the task bar and then disappears. Is this because I updated my girlfriend's laptop to macOS Sierra which is not yet supported? Any help would be appreciated.
When I right click a track and press convert > tag - filename, the following happens:
Error message means "location not found," but seeing as you're German, you'd probably understand, haha. Does it have something to do with the fact that MP3tag doesn't understand Mac directories? I did notice the question mark that is mentioned in the first directory is missing in the second one.
Can you please repost or fix the link to mp3tagv278c-MacOSX-Wine.zip? This version worked great on macos Sierra. I downloaded the newest version (v2.79) and now it won't launch on Sierra. I don't have the previous version (v278c) any longer. Or perhaps you can email it to me? I would appreciate it.
I removed the files from my library folder, but it still doesn't work. When I launch mp3tag it shows up for a second in the dock and then disappears. I even checked my settings to verify that identified developers are allowed.
I've installed mp3tag 2.79 (mp3tagv279-MacOSX-Wine.zip) into Applications on macOS Sierra and it works without a problem. I created a number of actions and tools in my old windows version and have successfully exported the config file. I can't see any way to import the configuration files into the macOS version of mp3tag.