Bug in tags: Date/Year 2005-03-09 15:31:40 Hi. I've found a bug in the way foobar handles the DATE tag, and it's totally reproducible. (So maybe it's a design feature and not a bug, hm.) I find it very annoying.(1) When you add a tag called YEAR to an audio file (using the infobox or special infobox, doesn't matter), (2) write changes to file, (3) and then click "refresh", (4) the YEAR tag has disappeared. Instead, the value that you wrote into YEAR is now shown in the DATE tag (and the value that was in the DATE tag before has been erased).It's reproducible on two computers with different installations of foobar. The components involved (I think) are foobar 0.8.3, MPEG 4-AAC decoder 2.1 (foo_input_std). My preferences setting on the page of Playback/Input/Standard Inputs are write APEv2 and ID3v1.Additional information: step (2) above modifies the sound file. steps (3) and (4) don't. So maybe it's a database issue rather than a file tagging issue.My question/problem: Is it "safe" to use the DATE and YEAR tags, when the DATE info is unexpectedly discarded and replaced by the YEAR tag's value?