If burning silence cleaned files to CD you may have the files not alligning to CD frame boundaries. The burning process will readd gaps in that case. You may check your files fit CD boundaries and correct this with a tool like Traders Little Helper.
I'm sorry to be so technically ignorant, but I have little idea what any of that means. If you're trying to say that the process of burning a CD is causing the gaps, then I've done a poor job of describing the problem...
The files come into my PC with these gaps already there. I can play the unedited music file through any player and the gaps between tracks are noticeable, almost like a pop or a click on vinyl
I can remove the gaps with Wave Editor. Once I do that I can play the now edited track using Wave Editor and it plays correctly. However, once I save the track the gaps are returned. If I write down the edited length of the track before saving, it might be 9:58:368. After I save it the track might be 9:58:668
I have been emailing support at Wave Editor. I think English is not their primary language, so I may have done a poor job of communicating with them as well, but here is their latest response: Ok, I understand what do you mean. It's MP3 format issue. We are using Lame MP3 Encoder and it will add silence at the beginning and end of each song. Here is a technical explanations: http://lame.sourceforge.net/tech-FAQ.txt
This is also Greek to me (sorry if that phrase is now Politically Incorrect). But I think the gist of it is that I cannot use their editor to remove gaps in MP3 files that already have such gaps. It also seems to intimate that their editor will create gaps between tracks that previously did not have them. That is not true. I have numerous recordings that I've downloaded where track one blends into track two and the unedited tracks play perfectly. And if I then use WE to edit that track - remove some vocals - and save it, Wave Editor does not automatically add any gaps. The problem seems to only occur when someone creates an MP3 file with gaps. I then seem to be powerless to both retain track integrity and remove gaps with Wave Editor.
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Much of this I would say is because the toolbar is very much a native toolbar control and not some reinvention that your more skinned applications has, with the benefit that it themes properly and follows along with future changes from MS.
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What happens when I unlock toolbar and try to edit it by dragging is a big disaster. I left my toolbar untouched for many years, but recently I rearranged it few times (new dropdowns available, new business laptop layout, new layout for my wife's laptop). And that was a big hassle! Why when I drag something it always resizes? Why can't it be pulled out and float over other elements till I move it and release mouse button? Why when I push something maximally to the side it never moves over squeezed element (it never pulls out and floats over, it never simply switches with that squeezed element)? Why I have to drag an element to the down (making toolbar double height) and then painstakingly target it before other element to finally switch them in place? While targeting I need to do many retries, before moved element really hits its place before other element, and not after it, where it was before I moved it down, to temporary second toolbar line. In a single question: why it can't work as in other programs, like Nero Wave Editor, like GoldWave, AutoCAD?
Toolbar rearrangement it is not something that you do on a daily basis. But when you need to, then it really hurts... Could it be fixed somehow?