Technically, all the songs in the playlist I have in iTunes are just in the order that they were released. I could go through and tag each one with the date the songs were published on
.. if itunes knows the date, then why doesn't foobar know the date?
mp3? I meant m3u. Pardon my derp.Actually, I have an update. I couldn't open my m3u when I went to it through "Load Playlist" but I could open it from "Open". The problem is, it doesn't have all the songs in the playlist. It's only a small portion of what it should be. What the heck is even going on here...
Quote from: dhromed on 07 August, 2012, 04:42:12 AM.. if itunes knows the date, then why doesn't foobar know the date?It doesn't. I mean that they're still in the order that I dropped them into the playlist. To make this simpler to understand, here's what a playlist looks like in iTunes.The column that only has an arrow that lists "1, 2, 3, 4, etc" is what I'm talking about. That's the kind of thing I want. It's sort of like a tracklist but just for the playlist. Is there a way to do that?
I haven't looked at many m3us in text form like this before, but the list seems to be correct when I open it in notepad.It starts like so:..................As you can see, those are the correct songs that should be at the top of my playlist, just like in my screenshot. The rest of the list also seems to be correct all the way down. Yet when I open it in Foobar... It's only a portion of it.