chrisjj wrote:OK, then I don't know what you meant by "You don't have "S:" in the database".
Yes, I said that. But after that I said also:
ZvezdanD wrote:If you get some number greater than 0 as result then my add-on has a bug.
The bug is because my add-on assumes that a database cannot have stored two drives with the same serial number. In case that it has like your, the add-on displays only the first drive, which is P: in your case.
ZvezdanD wrote:That still doesn't mean that both drives, physical and substituted are stored in the database. I needed your database to reveal that.
And did it? Because I see no DB reference to the SUBST "P:".
Try next SQL statement with your database and you will see that you have both P: and S: stored in it with the same serial number:
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SELECT SerialNumber, SubStr('ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ', DriveLetter + 1, 1)
FROM Medias WHERE DriveLetter IS NOT NULL
chrisjj wrote:As I said, that prevents me entering the correct path.
I suppose your substituted drive has the same paths as the physical one except the drive letter. But never mind, forget about that suggestion and wait for the next update of this add-on.