Last post by rectifica -
At what point can you not tell one from the other? i can't tell 192/224 from 256 and mp3 320
Can someone please help. I'm making a discography and need a base value to convert to after ripping to m4a It seems 256 is the answer but im looking for another viable option like 224 if anyone can compare the 224 to 256 and 224 to mp3 320 it would be a lifesaver
Last post by VEG -
I believe we should vote for fixing of this issue if we want to have it fixed: https://issuetracker.google.com/issues/37054258 Just add a star. More stars, more chances that the issue will be visible for somebody who can decide to fix it in Android.
On my laptop, I convert to the Apple Lossless encoder and they become .M4A files from .flac. I assumed .m4a is apple lossless(codex?).
.m4a means it is audio in an MP4 container. MP4 can contain a lot of things, but is the typical choice of file format both for ALAC audio and for AAC audio. Merely looking at the .m4a in the file explorer does not tell you whether it is ALAC or AAC in it, though file size could give you a hint.
If possible I wanted the ability to add label to every panel, not just splitters. Let me illustrate this with my `awesome` MS Paint skills: Spoiler (click to show/hide)
Other possible implementations: `Label` (`Panel Type`) or even only `Label` without panel type.
Unfortunately, I'm bound by the current design of the panel API. All of the data for a panel is managed by its parent panel, and I can't see trying to augment that data in Columns UI working.
So, a custom name would have to be stored in one of the current options, and hence the idea of using the custom title option. The custom title option isn't limited to splitters, it depends on the parent splitter panel supporting it for its child panels. But if Panel Stack Splitter doesn't support it, that probably doesn't make much difference for you anyway.