vim wrote:Yes, that was indeed the case, but the actual message is in the xml language file, not in the application itself.
We corrected it. However, the message itself is still valid, meaning that there is something wrong on that computer since the software is not allowed to write the database file.
I've wrote: "When I try to reproduce this with a smaller folder, it works fine." If the software is not allowed to write to the database, it shouldn't matter which size it is.
Again: importing a smaller folder works fine
, importing a larger folder gives me this message.
I have imported the total folder by doing it in bits. There were no files that were conflicting, so all files are eventually imported. But it is still reproducable if I create a new playlist and import the complete (large) folder.