I've noticed either a bug or just a very user unfriendly behavior
If I have a list of files in the main window of Mp3tag and then select one for the purpose of dragging it and releasing it in [on window of] Audacity [2.1.0], then this file is loaded in Audacity- but at the same time it disappears from the list in Mp3tag; just as if it was removed or deleted by me. That kind of behavior is simply annoying and also time consuming- because usually I have to once again load that file into Mp3tag
Is this the biding of Mp3tag or is it somehow the fault of Audacity?
Although every time I will forget to push the CTRL or push it not hard enough [I have silicon keyboard, because of the quiet required for sound editing] the problem problem will manifest itself
That also does the trick
And also opens the Audacity itself; unfortunately a new instance for every file and only for the first file from a selected group of files
But I will menage with the combination of those two
New question: can a Tool be used to create a shortuct to a folder?
I often send my files to two special folders. And right now I have to use the Move option first to move them to Documents; and from Documents I move them to one of those two [while being in a file handling software; I don't use windows Explorer at all]
I reported as I said: not knowing if it is just an user unfriendly
And as I also drag files from Mp3tag into Sound Forge sound editor, in which case the files stay on the list, I had a reason to suspect some kind of a bug
But as you have already explained it there [/t/14484/2 it is the designers of Audacity who decided to remove files after dropping them
And shortcut on desktop or in Documents will take space and will require [limited but stil the need] to navigate
What I want is to do is:
a] I have files loaded to Mp3tag
b] choose and select one [or more]
c] click right button of the mouse
d] select Tools in the middle of menu
e] select something like "SEND TO FOLDER A" or "COPY TO FOLDER B" [or just push "CTRL + 1", "CTRL + 2"
This would save me a lot of time; I've already have done it hundreds of times and will thousands of times
Does this can be done with a BAT file [which I can put in Tools]?