« on: May 12, 2022, 04:08:59 PM »
Update: I created a new library, scanned the same folders and the missing tracks are showing. I guess it's technically fixed? Anyways thanks for everyone's help~ <3
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If the music library option is grayed out, then the track is already in your music library.I went around and checked where the missing tracks are located, It's in the same folder as the other tracks. That doesn't seem to help seeing it still isn't displayed in the music library. (Since it doesn't show up in the music library in tracks view and can only be found in global search while being in the same path as the other songs, I think it's in and not in the music library at the same time? So maybe it's a bug?).
Select the song and open the Tag Editor > Properties and look at the bottom for the path where the file is.
Select the track(s) > right click > send to > music libraryI'm afraid the send to music library button is greyed out, is there anything else I could do?
What happens if you use the top-right search box, set it to 'search entire library', and enter the title of a song that is missing?
Perhaps it shows up in the Inbox?
if you cant drop the files into the library then the tracks are already in your library. Easiest way to find them is to use the Tracks view, then display and sort by the URL field to locate the file. There is probably something wrong with the tag values
why not just drag the missing files from windows explorer into the music tab
You can change the view using the little heading in the top-left corner of the track display:
If you can't see that heading, try right-clicking the empty space under the tabs row (i.e the red area in this screenshot):
You can select Show Header Menu if you want to the current view title always displayed.
The Tracks view helps to work out if tracks are actually missing or are just being grouped in a way that means you don't see them where you expect to.
If you right click a playlist, and choose Playlist Settings, you can choose the view to be use for that list. On my setup, the default is identical to Tracks Details, which looks more explorer-like.I don't really have a playlist, I just play albums right from the music tab
May I ask how would I do so?Musicbee has worked perfectly fine for me since I first installed it, but one day some songs in the library aren't showing up on MB although they're showing up in the file explorer.Your screenshot shows MusicBee using the 'Album and Tracks' layout.
Do the tracks show when using the 'Tracks' layout?
Welcome to the forum enbymutantWhoops I'm sorry for that, it should be fixed now.~
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