Author Topic: [6196] Expanded panel: Make width adjust to number of digits in track#  (Read 463 times)

theta_wave

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Currently, if there are more than two digits for <track#>, only the first digit is shown while the others are hidden.


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+1, full track # should definitely be shown
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this is done now - see this topic for important unrelated changes:
http://getmusicbee.com/forum/index.php?topic=12027.msg122403#msg122403

http://musicbee.niblseed.com/V3_1/MusicBee31_Patched.zip
Thanks Steven for looking into this.  I came here to post how this issue also affected <track#>'s with 2-digits (only the first digit is displayed) in 6217, but that appears fixed in 6219.  However, for more than 2-digits, the issue still remains on 6219 as shown below.  For myself, and possibly others, for three of more digits in <track#>, the first digits denote the disc# and the last two digits the track#.  For example, <track#> of 301 means disc 3, track 1.  Just a convention I use to ensure compatibility across different players.

Thanks!

6219: 2-digit <track#> display [FIXED]


6219: >=3-digit <track#> display (here, an album with 3-digit <track#>)


theta_wave

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what font do you use?
Segoe UI, 9pt.  It is the default I believe for the "DarkRED Flat" skin under the "DarkRED3 Flat" family.


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.6217 is working as expected:
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it is a bit strange its not working using Segoe UI, 9pt but in any case for the next update i will add a bit more width

http://musicbee.niblseed.com/V3_1/MusicBee31_Patched.zip
Last Edit: January 10, 2017, 09:41:53 PM by Steven

theta_wave

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it is a bit strange its not working using Segoe UI, 9pt but in any case for the next update i will add a bit more width

http://musicbee.niblseed.com/V3_1/MusicBee31_Patched.zip
Okay, it works for 3-digit track#'s now, but it will not auto-adjust to 4-digit track#'s (say a box set of 10 or more CDs); heaven forbid that I keep the same <track#> convention with those gargantuan 100+ classical CD sets! I guess the way it is now is that the widths for <track#> fields are set in stone.  Anyways, 99.9% of my collection has three or less digits in <#track>.

Additionally, do my dpi settings (set to medium (125%) on Win7) has anything to do what I saw earlier?  Thanks for looking into this matter Steven.