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WinXP, Enqueue (more than 1) Folder will invoke "move items", Enqueue multiple folders asks me to 'move' various files/folde
Sparktank
post Mar 4 2013, 11:54
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Windows XP (SP3)
Foobar2000 v1.2.3 (stable)

Preferences: Shell Integration
[ ] Set as teh default audio CD player
[x] Folder context menus
[x] Set "Enqueue" as the default action
[x] Bring to front when adding new files
[x] Always send new files to playlist: Default
Sort incoming files by: %path_sort%
Restrict incoming files to: *
Exlude file types: *.CUE


Symptoms:
When I try to select more than one folder and "Enqueue in foobar2000", Windows will ask several times to move files/folders to a new location.
The "move items" dialogue box appears and shows me the folder tree of where to move the selected folders.
It does it several times, I think twice for each folder selected.
I 'cancel' every request to move files and all the files finally load into foobar2000.

Adding one folder is fine.
Attempting to add at least one more will cause this conflict.

I did a search in the support forums here and did not find anyone else with the same problem.
Most context menu/shell integration issues do not involve the Windows "move items" symptom.

Any ideas?


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