allowing single digit tracks to be stored as two digits
I would like my track numbers stored in two digits. For example I would prefer track #2 to be renamed and stored as track #02.
This applies to tags, not filenames.
This feature has now been released:
The rule is called ‘Track number length at least’ and there are four settings: ignore, auto, two digits and three digits.
‘Auto’ will work the same as the file compliance stuff – it will depend on the number of tracks in an album already. If more than nine and less than one hundred, it will be one leading zero, for instance.
Great, well I'll be waiting for your further feedback then! :-)
I like this lots, nice one Dan.
Awesome! Yes for tags - Squeezserver reads the tags and is rubbish when you have 10 tracks and single digit tags for 0-9.
Ahhh... I think I misunderstood before. This is for _tags_ not filenames. This all makes more sense now...
If we could set this up as a rule that would be ace, as unfortunately I find Squeezeserver puts track 11 after track 1 (i.e. behind 2, but not behind 02).
No, not yet, that would be the new feature I think.
And can't we specify another syntax to force starting with 0 even if there is less than 10 tracks?
Ok, bliss should already store in two digits, if there are between ten and ninety-nine tracks in the album. Maybe this album has fewer than ten tracks, and we need bliss to have a blanket minimum number of 'padding' zeroes regardless of the number of tracks in an album?