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Skwire, your Tags2Folders is about as close as they come.  Just need the additional token bitrate....

Added in v1.1.2.  See here: https://www.donationcoder.com/forum/index.php?topic=19543.msg438418#msg438418

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v1.1.2 - 2020-05-16
    + Added $bitrate token.  (Thanks, nkormanik)

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Looking for a way to sort/organize mp3 files in a folder into a set of folders by bitrate:

320 kbps mp3s --> appropriate folder named "320"
192 kbps mp3s --> appropriate folder named "192"

What happens if the files are VBR (Variable Bit Rate)?  If you have VBR files, you will end up with a mess.

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General Software Discussion / Re: WikiWord Linking in MS Word
« on: May 08, 2020, 02:25 PM »
Even though I use Markdown, there are certain things that I prefer the AsciiDoc (or other markup formats) way of doing it.  You already mentioned one of them -- the use of underscores.  It's non-intuitive that Markdown formats _this_ as this.  WTH?  :huh:  I mean, they're underscores...they look like underlines, for goodness sake.   I would have preferred italics use forward slashes and be formatted so that /this/ turns into this.  However, some folks have trouble knowing which slash is a forward slash and which is a backward slash, so I can understand that there might have been some confusion because backslashes are used to escape characters.  Using backslashes, you can write: \_this\_ which would appear as: _this_.  As it stands now, to underline text in Markdown, you have to use <u></u> or <ins></ins> tags.  Ugly.
 
I agree that neither format is the be all, end all.   However, at some point, one needs to pick a format and just use it.  If one worries what they're missing from other formats, nothing gets done.   :P

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N.A.N.Y. 2020 / Re: NANY 2020 Mug-shots
« on: May 07, 2020, 02:56 PM »
Time to build a new shelf in preparation for NANY 2021!

Got plenty of shelves...

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