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jschexna

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In #1 pic note how two albums break after each track. Goes on to end of albums tracks.
Pic#2 is the sort parm used.
Would like to have each track inside its album folder and displayed as such.
Many Thanks

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Hi, welcome to the forum!

Try removing "Track #" from your sort order. That should be automatically included with Album anyway, and it looks like might be related to the problem.
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Can you verify that each album is in its own folder? Does changing that setting help?
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i see you are sorting by Artist and then Album, so is the artist the same value in all of each album's tracks?
It might be more appropriate to sort by Album Artist rather than Artist
Last Edit: January 19, 2022, 08:56:51 AM by Steven

jschexna

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All files in their own folder.
The artist and album artist has the same value in all of the album's tracks.
 

jschexna

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Please note that this issue is the same for all artists.
The problem exist in all libraries.
Last Edit: January 22, 2022, 09:08:46 PM by jschexna

jschexna

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Bump - Should I move/open a support item?

jschexna

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Solved. Needed to click on the "Album" rather than the "Disk Track #" which had been selected who knows when