eXentric wrote:It is a UNC share but I did have it mapped to drive letter 'M:'. I uploaded the database and sent you a PM with the link.
tommycrock wrote:Thanks, I'm not going to be at my machine for a few days but will do when I get back.
tommycrock wrote:My sync lists for my portable devices were based on location rather than artist etc. and it seems these have not transferred as part of the update of locations - when I look at the sync list it has a partially filled in box for location but all the folders beneath it are empty.
jdoornek wrote:1) Will the program actually copy the music or should I do that myself as the first step?
jdoornek wrote:2) What exactly should be entered in the dialog boxes before I run the program?
ZvezdanD wrote:tommycrock wrote:My sync lists for my portable devices were based on location rather than artist etc. and it seems these have not transferred as part of the update of locations - when I look at the sync list it has a partially filled in box for location but all the folders beneath it are empty.
Hm, I though that that is covered. Could you upload your database file packed with Zip to some file server?
tommycrock wrote:Here you go:
jdoornek wrote:it wasn't clear to me from the instructions that you had to copy the music first.
ZvezdanD wrote:tommycrock wrote:Here you go:
Thanks for the database, I have added support for the sync folders. However, I suppose you know that your sync folders are located on the different drive than media files, although both have the same label. So, you should update location of files in two steps.
tommycrock wrote:One little oddity, when I had ?:\ as the old path and D:\ as the new path it said there were 7 existing folders and 360 missing; when I tried swapping to D:\Music as the new path it said all 360 were existing so I did that. Unfortunately that didn't work so I restored my database and tried again with the ?:\ as the old path and D:\ as the new path and unticked the only for existing files option. It's worked - when I look in my sync list the folders are all marked but it's odd it didn't recognise them properly.
cyberlarson wrote:I didn't also write that the old and new paths are in fact the base folders. I think that it is obvious, but I will try to explain it further. For example, if I specify C:\Music\, all files which have that as the base path would be updated, like C:\Music\Pink Floyd\Money.mp3, but not files like C:\My Documents\Pink Floyd\Money.mp3 since it has different base folders.
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