Microsoft, Symantec, BitDefender and many others have cleared the detection, but there is still detection from AVG and Avast and a few others even though they reported back that the detection was removed.
The article "The" is ignored in an alphabetically sorted library, so that "The Beatles" show up under the letter B. It would be nice for the sake of consistency to be able to include foreign articles such as "Die" here. It would be similarly useful if the "artistsort" tag was used for sorting the library, so that you can make e.g. "David Bowie" show up under the letter B by changing the artistsort tag to "Bowie, David".
@brutus@BTAL@octaviospain Figured out why this cant be done. Right now the back end for getting Metadata uses Taglib, which currently does not support BPM at all. Changing the metadata Library would be needed to get this done, ffmpeg might be able to get this done, but i cant be sure about that
@jonas Sorry for bumping an old thread, but what @fito said is true.
I just tried to register with Zanata, and got this message:
Maintenance-only Zanata Instance
This service is in maintenance mode and new projects are not accepted, sorry.
Since the upstream Zanata project has been unmaintained for quite some time, we have decided to continue supporting existing projects as much as possible but refuse new projects. Adding new language coordinators is also not possible, although if you've been around for some time we might add you as reviewer to ease the situation.
On playing back a 6 channel (5.1) DSF file the channels don't come out the correct speakers. I've tested by converting to flac and playing back in Strawberry and by playing back the DSF in DeadBeef and VLC.
I'm not sure what's going on but the centre channel seems to be coming out the rear left. Other channels are harder to distinguish as they don't feature vocals.