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Subject: Re: (no subject)
From: Mike Holden (rockbox_at_mikeholden.uklinux.net)
Date: 2004-04-04


You could use a playlist. Any half-decent ripping tool will allow you to
generate a playlisy (m3u) file when you rip a CD. Then play the playlist.

Joseph Jones said:
> You cannot.
>
> The only option is to re-name your files to start with a 2 digit number
> at the beginning of the file name, 01-99. Some ripping programs allow
> you to do this at rip-time.
>
> Joe
>
> Jeff Mayne wrote:
>> I am wondering why after I load all me music files on my Archos and go
>> to play the files in the folder it gives them to me in alphabetical
>> order instead of by track number. I have tried and tried to get my
>> files to comply but it is like they are laughing at me. How can I get
>> my files to come up by track number not alphabetically? Thanks, Jeff
>>
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Mike Holden

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