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Old 04-05-2008, 02:18 PM   #16
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I've done it typing the command, copying and pasting and by splitting and creating a The result is the same everytime an empty logfile. I'll test it on an album I know contains faulty mp3s, when I can remember where I put the thing!! Thanks for your input
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Thanks again beadyallen, that worked perfectly. I had pretty much figured out your script as to what it did, but I didn't know how to trap the errors. Thanks everyone for the help; I definitely learned a little more about scripting with this (which is great).
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Sorry, I've been out of touch for a couple of days & am just catching up @ LQ. Glad I could help even a little bit.

Great scripting & explanations, you did much better than I could have.

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