ZITAT(i_edgars @ Feb 7 2013, 10:40)
If someone uses mp3Tag v-2.54.app in the MAC 10.6., Then it is resolved language code issue?
I Mp3tag the match represented to scribble file names if there is a non-English letters!http://content7-foto.inbox.lv/albums/i/i_e...at-15-12-05.png
1. - after convert code page in russian 1251
4. file not faound - any file by any action the name changes
5. - file name in a MAC
6. - the same file names in a mp3Tag.
Similar problems with specific German, Latvian, Russian, etc. letters.
AFAIK the Windows file system uses the ISO standard to encode letters. DOS uses ANSI - which needed the codepage to map the characters.
MP3tag uses the functions of the underlying OS to write the filenames. So it should be a problem of the settings of your emulation to get the characters all mixed up.
If you are not quite sure if the filename has illegal characters you could try some filenames with the converter tag-filename and enclose the whole mask in the $validate() function, e.g.
(taken from the help file):
$validate(%artist% - %album% - %track% - %title%,_)
perhaps this cuts out the strange characters