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> Retry a file operation
Dieterdost
post May 5 2017, 15:08
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Hi,

I like this software. I've been using it for a long time. It's great, believe me. The best.

Only one thing... maybe two.

I use XYplorer. It's another great software every window user should at least take a look at. Unfortunately I sometimes preview mp3 tracks in XYplorer, because i don't have to open another software to play a track, and I forget about that when I switch to mp3-tag to check the tags. As an example: when I want to change the cover for all the tracks and have one of them highlighted in XYplorer I get an error the file cannot be accessed. (The same happens of course with any other software accessing the files at the same time) It would be great if mp3-tag would give me the option to retry the operation. I could go to the other software, uncheck the file, go back to mp3-tag, hit retry and have the operation finish without leaving some of the files with old covers behind.

Thanks for reading.

Best, Dieterdost
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incifinci
post May 6 2017, 05:23
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What an overlap! biggrin.gif I was just thinking about it, too.

My usual situation is because of pausing song in foobar, and trying save tags in Mp3tag. Pausing is a frequent case, when I compare it with some other song in Youtube.

Total Commander has, for example, the suggested "Retry" button, and it is very comfortable.
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