Copy to pattern
  • Can the "Copy to" pattern be made to ignore the "{d}" part if disk numbers do not exist?
    Not all of my files do have this tag set and using the {d} in my pattern results in inconsistent filenames.
    Example: Pattern is {d}-{n} - {t}.
    Result with tag set: 1-1 - Some Title.mp3.
    Result without tag set: -1 - Some Title.mp3 (with a blank in the beginning).
    I wonder if this could be avoided somehow? I know of some programs where this is achieved by using the brackets like [{d}] which means use the disc number if it exists, if not, do nothing (Winamp, Puddletag, Foobar).

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