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> [X] Windows "Snap" feature is not working with Mp3tag, you'd think it would but it's not
Solance
post May 30 2017, 07:00
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QUOTE (ohrenkino @ May 29 2017, 20:20) *
No, it is not enough to have admin rights, you should actually be the owner of that folder.

I am the owner and have full access.
QUOTE (ohrenkino @ May 29 2017, 20:20) *
Also you should be sure that MP3tag really uses the %appdata% folder and not the program folder or some other installation folder as a leftover from a previous installation.

mp3tag.cfg and all of the other files are here: (my user name)\AppData\Roaming\Mp3tag
(data / export / Mp3tagError / Mp3tagSettings)
QUOTE (ohrenkino @ May 29 2017, 20:20) *
Esp. if you have a migrated windows..

nah.. clean install is the only way to do it! smile.gif
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post May 30 2017, 07:24
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If the environment has no glitches, then the snap feature works ...


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Solance
post May 30 2017, 11:52
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QUOTE (ohrenkino @ May 30 2017, 09:24) *
If the environment has no glitches, then the snap feature works ...

ok, it seems like we're never gonna find the solution.
it is broken, but I can live with that smile.gif
I can provide further feedback if needed, or topic can be closed if admins wish to do so.
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