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relative path to audio files
#1
I have only tested on W10 so far but it might be also valid for Android.

I moved the audio files to the storage folder. The relative paths are working if I'm calling the audio files from within the song.

If I want to start the audio from the song list with the note symbol I get the message "Audio file can't be found under [path]"
while the path is given absolute and it's the correct one where the audio file is present.

Maybe the call from the note symbol from the lists doesn't work with the relative paths somehow?
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#2
I can't seem to reproduce this issue. My audio files load correctly when I tap the note symbol (and it uses a relative path). I can't imagine why that wouldn't be working for you. Is anyone else experiencing that problem?

Thanks,
Mike
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#3
Seems to work fine on my Androids...
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#4
Yes, it's only W10 related. It works on my Androids, too.

I tested it on my desktop and on my Surface Pro and it's the same.

Starting the audio from the list with the note doesn't work. I'm getting the "Unable to load ..." message.
But the PDF is opened and then I can start the audio file from there.

Maybe it's my specific database, Mike? It's the one you fixed for me for the remnant absolute paths.
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#5
It does seem to be a problem specific to Windows 10. I'll get it fixed.

Thanks,
Mike
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#6
Fixed in 2.3.3.
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