Backup MM Tracks v2.7 (01-11-08) [MM3]

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Post by MoDementia »

Sorry about that, lucky it doesn't clear out the directory first :P

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MoD:

Is there anyway in a future version, the user can specify where to save the logs? The root drive of my exernal drive is getting bogged down, and I do want to retain the logs without having to keep moving them. :-?

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New Version

' 11-05-08 Version 2.2.2
' Added Separate Log Directory
' Faster Create Directory Code
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Cool 8) 8) Thank you for the quick response. :P :P

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Is something wrong with this? I downloaded the zip file and extract the contents and it says invalid install package. What's going on here? Thanks much!
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Post by MoDementia »

Yeah not sure.

Nynaevelan informs me that they can't download it with IE on a Vista machine but works fine with Firefox.

It is zipped with XPPro compressed folders so there seems to be some incompatability somewhere between XP and Vista :(

I've put in an unzipped link but you have to right click --> save as for Firefox

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The unzipped version does work with IE in Vista, but I will continue to use Firefox because I prefer the installation package.

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The unzipped is the installation file, just not zipped :)

Possibly why it might cause dramas cause it's effectively a zipped zip :)
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Post by nynaevelan »

Have you tried just uploading the mmip file, maybe that will work? What do I know, I'm just the one who is always demanding upgrades... :cry:

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Post by nynaevelan »

Appreciate the link but that is what MoD is already doing. :-?

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And the new/additional link is the .mmip file :)
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Post by cadmanmeg »

So I just used the one that included all of the files rather than the mmip. Anyhow, after copying the 4 files in the auto folder in MM3 and then starting MM3, this pop up comes up:

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Can explain what this is for?

Am curious too, how do I get this to work as I looked through my scripts and cannot find it nor can I find to setup any applicable options such as backup path, etc... What do I do with this?

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Post by trixmoto »

I think you've put "Uninstall.vbs" in the Auto folder - bad move!!

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Post by MoDementia »

WoW, I'm not sure how you managed to do that but you need to delete the 4 files from scripts\Auto.

Install.ini
Uninstall.ini
Uninstall.vbs
TrackBackup.vbs

Right Click the .mmip and Install Media Monkey Package.

Then Run it from Tools --> Track Backup

The screen shot is when you uninstall via Tools --> Extensions.
The question is whetehr to delete the links to the backed up tracks.
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