Description of problem:
Regardless of all other problems if I open a new playlist,
with ctrl-N or from the menu, then all attempts to add files
by "Import Folder" (are we in M$-Windows?) end up with
"O songs, 0 minutes, 0 bytes". If that thing will not croak,
which is likely, then new files end up in the main browser window.
The only way I managed to get some files on such playlist was
to copy and paste things from the main browser window. But if
I will try to save such list to a file and load that file later
then I am indeed getting a new, unnamed, playlist but again with
"O songs, 0 minutes, 0 bytes".
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