Please be aware that much of the software linked to or mentioned on this forum is niche and therefore infrequently downloaded. Lots of anti-virus scanners and so-called malware detectors like to flag infrequently downloaded software as bad until it is either downloaded enough times, or its developer actually bothers with getting each individual release allow listed by every single AV vendor. You can do many people a great favor when encountering such a "problem" example by submitting them to your AV vendor for examination. For almost everything on this forum, it is a false positive.
For simplicity the entry named "From year... " lets you select any year, but I don't allow adding a query like "DURING LAST 57 WEEKS" as you noted. I will change that to allow both inputs.Thank you
I do not listen to wannabe authoritarians who have issues being questioned.So you have no evidence.
We knew. Yes, the feeblest of minds will believe the baseless nonsense you posited.
But the fact is smooth/neutral FR is directly and strongly correlated to neutral, preferred sound.
No evidence otherwise.
Would it be straightforward for tagging software to pad to total file size = an integer number of file clusters?
(Yes it will take up an integer number of clusters sure, but you get my drift: if the file uses N clusters, then the padding is the maximum number of bytes that permits N.)
Is this even done routinely among applications that I even might be using?
Or are file systems more complex than that, with file system metadata etc making total size less predictable?