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Thread: Why does batch converter no longer remember the previous location?

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    Why does batch converter no longer remember the previous location?

    I always rip to the same folder & batch converter used to always open with the folders already opened to that location.

    It doesn't do that any more & I wondered why. Have I buggered something up again?

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    Re: Why does batch converter no longer remember the previous location?

    Batch Converter never automatically selects folders, unless in Explorer >> right click on folder >> dBpoweramp Batch Convert

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    Re: Why does batch converter no longer remember the previous location?

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Batch Converter never automatically selects folders, unless in Explorer >> right click on folder >> dBpoweramp Batch Convert
    No, but when I launched it, I used to get a window that looked like this:

    Screenshot 2020-01-06 at 12.59.21.jpg

    Now it looks like this:

    Screenshot 2020-01-06 at 12.59.33.png

    That is to say, the folders on the left were all already opened showing wherever I last went to.

    First world problems, admittedly, but hey, I thought I'd mention it in case I'd clicked a switch somewhere.
    Last edited by snowdog; 01-06-2020 at 09:25 AM.

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    Re: Why does batch converter no longer remember the previous location?

    Perhaps you had a profile selected and it remembered your last selections in the profile.

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