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Topic: foobar2000 2.1 preview 2023-10-30 .RAR support problem (Read 889 times) previous topic - next topic
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foobar2000 2.1 preview 2023-10-30 .RAR support problem

Hello
Latest preview version have problem with a lot of RAR archives

I can PM sample archive if needed

Rar archives and foobar 2.1 preview 2023-10-30

Reply #1
Since last preview I have problem with adding to playlist rar archives. When I try to do that then is shown following message:

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The following error(s) occurred during loading of the location(s):
Unsupported format or corrupted file

Re: foobar2000 2.1 preview 2023-10-30 .RAR support problem

Reply #2
Please share a sample RAR archive that isn't working.
Thanks.

.. or tell what settings you made offending files with
Microsoft Windows: We can't script here, this is bat country.

Re: foobar2000 2.1 preview 2023-10-30 .RAR support problem

Reply #3
Please share a sample RAR archive that isn't working.
Done

I may assume that recovery record is causing the problem

Re: foobar2000 2.1 preview 2023-10-30 .RAR support problem

Reply #4
Problem confirmed, thanks
Microsoft Windows: We can't script here, this is bat country.

Re: foobar2000 2.1 preview 2023-10-30 .RAR support problem

Reply #5
Fixed.
Microsoft Windows: We can't script here, this is bat country.

Re: foobar2000 2.1 preview 2023-10-30 .RAR support problem

Reply #6
Fixed.
Now problematic archives can be added to the playlist manually, but it's still not visible by search in the media library.

Re: foobar2000 2.1 preview 2023-10-30 .RAR support problem

Reply #7
Might need to remove & re-add the files to the library to index them.
Library doesn't reindex files that don't appear to have changed.
Microsoft Windows: We can't script here, this is bat country.