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Thread: dBpoweramp Music Converter off-screen

  1. #16

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter off-screen

    Folders are overlapping all around the screen. They are a little bigger than a fourth of the screen.
    1920 by 1080.
    DPI is set to 100%. (I know Windows default is annoyingly 150%)
    Only one screen.
    Attached are samples of the folder sizes and how it looks when it goes off screen.
    Screen Sample.jpg
    Off Screen Sample.jpg

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter off-screen

    The image shows you are actually converting, so you add files, the click convert, it is on screen? then add more files and the converting page goes off screen?

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter off-screen

    The main converter window, where you select what you're converting to and all the DSPs, stays in one place while adding more files from other folders. As far as I can tell, it tries to be centralized to the folder window it was opened from.
    Once you click Convert >>, that's when the progress windows pops up and is seen like in my screen shot.

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter off-screen

    Please try R17 which is in the testing section of this forum. I have not been able to reproduce what you are seeing (adding the 2nd bunch of files does not move the first conversion option page).

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter off-screen

    Same thing.
    Steps to reproduce:
    Open two folders with files to convert. Have them overlapping a little or a lot, but not exactly in the same spot. (Not two full screen windows)
    Using the right click 'convert to' option, add the files from one folder.
    Close that folder.
    Add the files from the remaining folder using the same right click menu option.
    Click Convert >>.

    Back story:
    One of the programs that I process my music with, only accepts wav format.
    Knowing that wav can have errors while converting multiple files with multiple cores, I do it anyway. I have found over thousands of conversions, that only the first batch ever gets messed up. (If I have 4 cores, only the first 4 files have a chance of getting messed up.) So I created a bunch of dummy files to run first and put them in a folder that's easy to access. The dummy files are all different lengths to reduce the chance of two cores starting to work at the same time. FILES ONLY GET CORRUPTED WITH THIS OTHER PROGRAM IN THE CHAIN.

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter off-screen

    Thanks for your report will look into it.

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