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Subject: Bug Report.

Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2007 20:00:37 +0100

Hi,

When a computer sorts a list of strings (for example filenames) it looks
like this:

1
10
2
20
3

This is the logical way. And computer are *very* logical :-)

Microsoft realized this, and in Windows XP Explorer they made a special sort
that correct this problem:

1
2
3
10
20

XP Explorer is the only program I know of that do it this way. Flash Renamer
can not sort like this, because the "controls" I'm using do not have this
feature.

A way to fix this is to add zeros to you filenames, using the "zero pad"
function in Flash Renamer

01
02
03
10
20

This will work in Flash Renamer, and also in all other programs and places,
like mp3-players! I recommend zero padding all your filenames for maximum
compatability.

// Dan



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