Some of the files in the selection do not support attaching pictures?
If you wish to batch attach files to so many files in one pass, please tell me why exactly you want to do such thing and I'll take it into consideration.
If it takes time-- that's okay.
mass verifing of integrity is completely useless, because the output is neither search- nor sortable
Why block the user for this one action?
Quote from: ruebe on 19 June, 2013, 08:02:56 AMmass verifing of integrity is completely useless, because the output is neither search- nor sortableYou can export log of verification to simple txt file. All "bad" files will be listed in the end of log. It is very search- and sortable.
Quote from: dhromed on 19 June, 2013, 06:53:34 AMIf it takes time-- that's okay.now, on the topic at hand; if someone is mass batch attaching pictures and has to stop for whatever reason in the middle, there is no way to find out to which songs pictures have not been added yetwith this in mind, i'm inclinded to think that preventing (too) obsesive operations help users to keep their sanity
Quote from: dhromed on 19 June, 2013, 06:53:34 AMWhy block the user for this one action?To prevent a noticeable pause between right-click and context menu appearance.
In this case, checking if every file on the list supports album art operations caused UI lag before the context menu appeared
I've changed the feature to give up checking whether files support album art operations or not after N items instead. The next update will have the fix. Thanks for bringing it up.