Sortierung der Audio-Titel in Folder-View

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    Ich weiß es wurde schonmal diskutiert, kann es aber nicht mehr auffinden...
    Mein Problem: Meine Audiotitel sind alle ordentlich mit Tags versehen und benannt nach "01 Titelname.xyz"
    upload_2017-2-25_10-20-24.png

    Im Folder-View wird bei MePo2pre2 allerdings die Systemsortierung bei nach Titel sortiert ignoriert und die Reihenfolge beim Hizufügen zu einer Playlist stimmt nicht mehr:

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    Meinen Kindern gefällt das gar nicht und mir ehrlich gesagt auch nicht (das Problem tritt allgemein auf).
    Gab's in der letzten Diskussion eine Lösung für das Problem?



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    Ich habe das letztens schon einmal erläutert: die Folder-View verwendet die einfachen Windows-Funktionen und dort wird nach ASCII-Zeichen sortiert. Das bedeutet, das Einträge der Art
    1 - Text
    2- Text
    10 - Text

    nicht "ordinal" sondern nach Zeichen sortiert werden. Dabei kommt dann "2 " nach "10", wil das Leerzeichen nach der 2 einen kleineren ASCII-Wert als die 0 hat. Also entweder die Bibliothekssicht verwenden oder alle Titel als "01", "02", ec. umbenennen.
     
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    ...sind doch in 01, 02 usw benannt (siehe Screenshot). Oder verstehe ich was falsch?

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    Sorry, das habe ich übersehen.

    Das dürfte dann nicht sein. Da schlägt dann wohl ein alter Bug zu. Ich schau mal rein, wie das bei mir aussieht.
     
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    In der Musik-Ansicht habe ich in der Ordneransicht kein Problem:

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    The problem is with the Track Tags for the songs, not the Windows Names.....
     
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    But when it takes the track number tag for sorting in folder-view, what can i do? I assume the track-number tag is numeric by type so i can't set a "0" before the "1"? In library-view track sorting is correct. I just don't prefer it because in library audio-books, music for children, rock etc are all mixed. Sure, i can filter by artist or cd name or can add additional tags to filter, but that's the long way for me...
     
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    All of my tracks are tagged within the tracks properly (01, 02, etc)
    I have no numbers within the file name.
    It is possible there is some type of issue / bug with Folder View seeing it is looking at the Tag info instead of the File Structure
     
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    Bei mir wird auch "falsch" sortiert:
    upload_2017-2-25_12-21-2.png

    Auch das mit den getaggten Track Nummern spielt keine Rolle:
    upload_2017-2-25_12-22-2.png

    Und die Dateinamen sind auch "zweistellig":
    upload_2017-2-25_12-25-16.png


    Sobald ich die Bibliotheks- Ansicht verwende, ist alles gut:
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    Found it....
    Its in the Sorting Method
    Change it from Sort title to Title
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