hmmmm, doing that returns the album title, then 0/16, 0 images and entries of 48.19 and Dinah Shore under the length and the artist. The little disc icon is only silver (not gold like on other saved releases). If I click on the right arrow in front of the album title, all of the tracks are listed underneath, with musical notes icon in front and the text in black (not green ticks in front of green titles, like on other saved titles).
It did something similar (ie the musical notes and black list) when I tried to add “Another Side of Bob Dylan”. It immediately found the title, but it was a different release from overseas. When I located the Australian version manually, the right pane added it (so I had 2 listed, the other one, and my barcode one) and it looked like that (musical note icons, black text). I had to figure out how to get Picard to use the correct barcoded one and I fiddled about and discovered how to locate “other versions” by right clicking and by selecting the correct version that way it let me save the right release with the right barcode.
On Dinah’s record, there’s only one version, but it seems to me like my computer somehow thinks there are two, the one from before my edits and the one from after, but of course the edits were just made to the same release. Could there be an issue with Picard finding the release group and not the release, or vice versa? My edits seem applied to the release, but from that ‘release group’ page asking to “set cover art” despite it being displayed it seems that the ‘release group’ doesn’t have cover art? (I don’t know why that should matter, my album should be sucking up information from the “release” anyway, shouldn’t it, and according to that log, there’s a setting not to look up the release group which I don’t remember making and can’t find??)
Thanks for your help. This one is way over my head, but I’m learning - I got that Bob Dylan one right, whereas before I just would have saved the one it found. It’s a shame that it’s Dinah causing this grief, she seemed such a nice person