Using the excellent rdswift Naming script which does everything I need . . . . I have processed hundreds of files, but now I have a problem that just recently started on my past few albums, and I don’t know why:
Files are being moved to album folders located in [Classical] instead of the normal “~ J ~”, “~ P ~” folders, when they are not classical (say Folk, or Rock).
I’ve reinstalled Picard 2.5.6 and placed a fresh copy of the rdswift namescript, but it still happens!
Not even sure how to diagnose the issue!
I think I installed ‘‘Classical Extras’’ or some other plug-ins, but I turned them off and reinstalled Picard. Is there a way to step through the processing of the script to see what is happening?
The easiest would be leave the isClassical (Bob Swift) script disabled in the Options settings, and then just run it as required using the “Run scripts” option for the selected releases (as you showed in your image above). That way, it would only be applied to the selected releases.
Perhaps that would clarify it a bit, but the Scripting Options section of the documentation does say:
When the checkbox beside the script is checked, that script will be executed automatically, once for each track in the release, when Picard retrieves information for a release from the MusicBrainz website. If the checkbox is left unchecked, then the script will not be executed automatically.