2262 - FilesToEdit|UnknownArtwork lists tracks in Recycle Bin

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2262 - FilesToEdit|UnknownArtwork lists tracks in Recycle Bin

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FilesToEdit|UnknownArtwork lists tracks in Recycle Bin
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Re: 2262 - FilesToEdit|UnknownArtwork lists tracks in Recycle Bin

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These files are not in the Library (ie. Entire Library > Location) and the files were deleted from MediaMonkey?
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Re: 2262 - FilesToEdit|UnknownArtwork lists tracks in Recycle Bin

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Lowlander wrote: Sat Aug 01, 2020 8:12 am These files are not in the Library (ie. Entire Library > Location) and the files were deleted from MediaMonkey?
I installed MM5, and allowed import from MM4 db.
FilesToEdit|UnknownArtwork was empty in MM4, and in MM5 it listed an album with the path column saying that the tracks were in the recycle bin on my NAS.

I have double checked the situation, and now notice that the icons at "Location" in the Basic tab of the File Properties dbox, indicate that the track is located on my harddrive, and in my GPM library. .... The album is not in my MM4 db, and are not in the NAS Recycle bin either.

I am now thinking that the Google Music Manager uploaded the album, from the Recycle bin, when I synced my tracks into my GPM library some years ago.
And then when I synced my MM5.db to my GPM library it has added the album into MM5.db

Which would make this a Google Music Manager issue I think.
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