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nickeaston

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Joined: 26/09/2010 12:49:19
Messages: 63
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I want to try renaming my SK-processed files to a new filename to look like this:

(some ascii character like @ or #)/name/artist/album, preferably separated by space-hyphen-space

Reasoning is that this would give me visual notice within my music manager that file has updated metadata.

BTW, my music manager uses a 'name' tag, which may mean the same thing as SK's 'title'...
paultaylor

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Joined: 21/08/2006 09:21:27
Messages: 7563
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Hi, this isn't very clear as the mask you have presented is only the folde part of the mask , there is no filename part but to try and answer your question about adding a literal ascii char simply changing the default mask
from

Code:
 ifnotempty2(albumartist,artist,'/')
 + ifnotempty(album,'/')
 + ifnotempty2(albumartist,artist,' - ')
 + ifmultidisc(ifnotempty(pad(discno,2),' - '))
 + ifnotempty(pad(track,2),' - ')
 + title
 


to

Code:
 ifnotempty2(albumartist,artist,'/')
 + ifnotempty(album,'/')
 + '#'
 + ifnotempty2(albumartist,artist,' - ')
 + ifmultidisc(ifnotempty(pad(discno,2),' - '))
 + ifnotempty(pad(track,2),' - ')
 + title
 


changes the example from

Code:
 U2/Boy/U2 - 02 - Twilight
 


to

Code:
 U2/Boy/#U2 - 02 - Twilight
 

thanks Paul (Administrator)
 
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