Just wondering if there has been any discussion of automatically locking threads that haven't had any activity after say 60days?Why, what's so special about 60 days, or any defined period? Personally, I say leave threads open forever. After all, one never knows when some new pertinent information might come up.
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Have a look at
Preferences -> Advanced -> Display -> Standard sort patterns.
(Myself I use a naming pattern that sorts well.)
Last post by Porcus -
Could you rename your mp4 videos to m4v?
Alternatively, audio-only files to m4a and under Preferences -> Media Library, exclude *.mp4
If the rip is released as a RAR or other general purpose archive, maybe it means "recovery record" at 3% of total file size. The extra redundant data can be used to repair an incomplete or damaged transfer. Not sure how practical it is for file downloads over the internet.
Hello, i search a drive for rip and burn with EAC, that support leadin/leadout for exact copy, which is better ?
I've seen a few, mostly Chinese and Japanese, rips that have rr3% in their title. What does this mean? Is it something to do with RubyRipper?
I had FB2K running for several hours yesterday playing one playlist. (an M3u streamed from NAS).
I had it set to Shuffle tracks but I noticed repeated tracks at times. I didn't do anything, just left it playing. When I came to shut it down I noticed that there were now three instances of the same playlist loaded.
Why? Could that be the cause of the repeated tracks? (No, there are no repeats in the playlist).
Last post by A_Man_Eating_Duck -
Just wondering if there has been any discussion of automatically locking threads that haven't had any activity after say 60days?
I found the culprit - "Oscilloscope (Direct2D)"
Once removed, no more crashes.
To be honest, everyone's head is different, as is their ears' sensitivity to pad pressure. As it is unlikely that any shop will allow you an hour or more on each headphone that fits your technical requirements, you may have to call in favours for a lend from anyone you know who owns a comparable pair of headphones.
As someone with a larger than average head, I must say that I've never had a pair of Sennheisers that wasn't comfortable, and that covers about six different models across the last 25 or so years. I also wear glasses, which adds its own problems when it comes to comfort.