Just installed latest Strawberry for Windows, and noticed exporting as M3U allowed typing in .m3u8 as extension name when saving.
My main reason for posting this in the first place, was cause I seemed to recall that for whatever reason I couldn't type in .m3u8 as extension when exporting in M3U format, in my Ubuntu installation.. Uh, man, I can't really trust my memories these days..
@sylvia The generalization of this is font-size control. I would welcome an option for such but for the opposite reason - to make the size smaller. And while dealing with the appearance of the playlist I suggest also options for the padding on the text and the background color of the alternating lines.
@jonas the main technical difference between snap and flatpak is Flatpaks can both use libraries included in the package and shared libraries from another Flatpak app and this factor makes flatpak is less bulky than snap package. So, I think you can review it and have you ever considered Microsoft store for Windows?
yes i requested this option in clementine long time ago.
i ripped al my cd's and sacd's and remove all numbers i don't like, so i never have to skip/hear them again.
a lot of numbers get in folders with different artists albums, the cover.jpg/front.jpg will not work in one folder.
and it could be nice to scan for covers and embed them in the mp3/flac file
now if i scan and save a cover, strawberry uses this one as a albumcover for all files
OK, I'm answering to your comment after trying Quod Libet.
Quod Libet doesn't fit into my needs. These are the reasons.
It uses GTK and looks ugly in KDE.
It doesn't support AlbumArtist tag and uses Artist tag in all places. I don't use Artist tag to maintain my collection (I use it only as information about featured artists, for example when guest rappers are on somebody's album).
It doesn't recognize directory symlinks in chosen directory of music collection. I have separate directory for ripped CDs. Subdirectories of this directory are symlinked in my ~/Music/ directory. Quod Libet doesn't see these symlinks.
It doesn't use breadcrumbs navigation and whole-window views (tiles or list) of nested resources defined by tags (like in navigational file manager), which was my expectation and was described in my first post.