Free utility to check all Wavpack files in a Directory. Reply #50 – 2007-04-05 13:43:56 Quote from: bryant on 2007-04-04 04:22:56Well, there actually is an odd case where the call would be required twice. If the audio only consumes a single WavPack block then the additional flush is required to make sure that the RIFF header and trailer are not in the same block. Not very likely, but possible...Ah OK, but couldn't all this be automated behind the scenes somehow?Quote from: bryant on 2007-04-04 04:22:56And, of course, you know I'm not going to rename the function, B! But I will update the docs.Stubborn to the last . Seriously, the guy most likely got it wrong because he went by the function name, not the docs. At least pencil it in when you really have to rename one in the future.QuoteI haven't tried to turn it off (because I like it), but I think that the button labelled "+ QUOTE" with the tooltip "Toggle multiquote addition" might do it.Thanks, I was trying to avoid a situation where people only get notified of the first reply's text, and then not notified of additional chunks (not sure if that actually happens).