Not sure if I'm asking too much here…
I have my file naming template set to truncate folder/files names so I don't end up with absurdly long file paths (even with Win10 I've had paths long enough to cause issues)
Is it possible to have a naming template that'll shorten names, but end on a complete word before the cutoff? Ideally, I'd want to end with an ellipse too.
For instance, the Chumbawamba album "The Boy Bands Have Won, and All the Copyists and the Tribute Bands and the TV Talent Show Producers Have Won, If We Allow Our Culture to Be Shaped by Mimicry, Whether From Lack of Ideas or From Exaggerated Respect. You Should Never Try to Freeze Culture. What You Can Do Is Recycle That Culture. Take Your Older Brother's Hand-Me-Down Jacket and Re-Style It, Re-Fashion It to the Point Where It Becomes Your Own. But Don't Just Regurgitate Creative History, or Hold Art and Music and Literature as Fixed, Untouchable and Kept Under Glass. The People Who Try to 'Guard' Any Particular Form of Music Are, Like the Copyists and Manufactured Bands, Doing It the Worst Disservice, Because the Only Thing That You Can Do to Music That Will Damage It Is Not Change It, Not Make It Your Own. Because Then It Dies, Then It's Over, Then It's Done, and the Boy Bands Have Won"
I would keep the full album name in my MB library, but the folder would be "The Boy Bands Have Won…" as opposed to just being abruptly cutoff after the 50 character (or whatever) limit - actually, I'm not even sure if the ellipse is a valid character for file naming, but I'd use it if possible
BTW: this is a great album