here a thing that just appened to me with 12.4 release of helium premium.
during the add process of my huge collection, i had a error due to "not enought space on my system drive".
it was due to the lot of space generated by creating album picture in my folder profile.
so, maybe helium could take care of this.
During the add process, there is a window with 2 graphics, a 3rd one could be add showing the free space of the C drive (or picture folder).
Before the process, i have a lot of space, but as my collection is huge with big art (1000x1000 pixels), the free space was not enough at all.
Even, Helium could forecast the need of free space like (Nb files to add x XXXX KBytes) or something liek that....
have a good day
I tagged a file as described in your screenshot with MP3Tag, but it did NOT generate a filename without extension for me during the add process.
The file that was generated looked like this:
Can you share your file which generates this file without an extension with us?
If you prefer to not share it in public, please open a support ticket at http://support.imploded.com
Thanks for the additional details.
Out next release will come with improved handling if disc space will end during adding process, allowing the track still to be added, even if an attached image cannot be extracted.
It will also come with impoved cleanup handling after an add operation is done.
We will not implement a new graphic element at this moment displaying discspace on the C drive.
We were not able to reproduce any issue with the described steps.
For further assistance, please open a support ticket describing the steps we need to perform to reproduce this issue. Also please attach one file which results in the unwated behavior.
>>and after the crash, the remains stays in the %temp% folder.
Yes, since it as a crash it will most likely not clear it.
Starting it and exiting it again should clear the files though.
>>also, i discover there are picture file with NO extension format like "h12_9b04850f-69b8-40a4-af4e-21225b1b5990">>is there a way to reverse the name coding to find the file with this picture problem ?