Has anyone seen this before or has an idea how to gracefully handle this ?
File::getSpecialLocation(File::userMusicDirectory) returns empty File on some windows installations. This particular project I’m working on uses a subdirectory of this folder to store presets and on the windows machines in question these presets end up in a subfolder of “C:” - which obviously is annoying.
- This was observed on Windows 10.
- getSpecialLocation uses
- I was not able to reproduced this by using all sorts of special characters in the folder and even by re-locating the folder onto a network drive.
thanks for your help!