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  1. I have several MKV files where the subtitle (track id 2) is not forced and I''m trying to make them forced using this command with no luck.

    for %%i in (*.mkv) do mkvmerge -o output/"%%i" --atracks "1" --stracks "2"  "%%i" --forced-track "2:yes"
    Edit: Oops posted in the wrong forum. Can you please move to Subtitles
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    What happens with that command? No changes? Error?
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  3. The file remained the same. After a couple of hours I think I've found what the mistake was. The "%%i" has to be at the end before the forced switch.
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