Before the end of 2017 the board will be down for a brief period of time for an upgrade.
Past experience says less than 30 minutes but I can't predict the future.
Also, there is a high probability that the forum will move to a different host, but that will not happen in 2017.
Thanks,
Doug

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by BrJohan
Mon Apr 10, 2017 9:10 am
Forum: Using CATraxx
Topic: Move some (not all) audio files to new location
Replies: 5
Views: 332

Re: Move some (not all) audio files to new location

I will try the MS Access method. It seems promising. Hopefully my Office 2007 version is not too old to run in Win10. Oherwise LibreOffice Base may be used, I hope ... To Azol: The main part of my audio will remain as FLAC. It's just my rips from 78rpm and recordings made before 1935 that will be &q...
by BrJohan
Fri Apr 07, 2017 8:19 pm
Forum: Using CATraxx
Topic: Move some (not all) audio files to new location
Replies: 5
Views: 332

Re: Move some (not all) audio files to new location

I did in fact consider the "Auto Organize" option, but as my intended 'move' is in two parts (see below), I don't think it will work as one operation. First I'm going to move the audio files from FLAC to MP3, and then I'm going to move the MP3-files to a location already containing other M...
by BrJohan
Thu Apr 06, 2017 5:52 pm
Forum: Using CATraxx
Topic: Move some (not all) audio files to new location
Replies: 5
Views: 332

Move some (not all) audio files to new location

I would like to move some fourhundred albums (audio files) to a new location, while leaving all other at their current place. "Update Path (Audio Files)" relocates everything - as seen by the database. I do not want this.

Is there some way to inform the database of such a partial move?

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