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  1. Bring back the SHOW FILE NAMES IN FOLDER option, just like in v2
  2. Hello, is it possible that with an new version the sort order of tracks depends now on the mp3 tags? Before it depends on the file name which is in my opinion much better. Or one should have the possibility if you want a sort order depending on mp3-tags or depending on filenames. KR Marco
  3. I don't know, am I taking about a bug at all, but here I go... Poweramp info: 2.0.10-build-575-play Device model: Google Nexus 5 Android version: 5.1 No idea of a custom Rom, just read about what it means. --- Because of reasons in ripping Audiobook parts (file naming system), I have all my parts within an Audiobook named by a number in front of the book's name. Since every track is only few minutes in length, I have easily 100-400 parts within one book. My problem is the following: My files are named "Number - Audiobook's name", and Poweramp fails to order the listing correctly, because my numbers go from 01 to 100+. Instead of the app listing them like 09, 10, 11... and continuing like that (this is how I want it), the app lists them like 09, 10, 100...109, 11, 110 etc. I have gone through the folder and file options and read few forum articles which were close to my problem, but I haven't yet found a way to make this "right" I haven't been messing at all with filters and shuffle options. Is there a way to set this right or am I forced to rename the beginning files from 01 to 001 and so on?
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