Where's Max 0.7.1?

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Where's Max 0.7.1?

Post by phule » Thu Apr 10, 2008 6:58 pm

Where can I download Max 0.7.1?

I don't care for the new disc numbering style (e.g 1.0) nor it use of Musicbrainz.
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Re: Where's Max 0.7.1?

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Re: Where's Max 0.7.1?

Post by phule » Fri Apr 11, 2008 7:02 pm

Thanks! But I've decided to give MAX 0.8 another chance. Though I really do question your reasoning in numbering the discs as 1.0 of 1.0 and so on on.
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Re: Where's Max 0.7.1?

Post by sbooth » Sat Apr 12, 2008 12:01 am

phule wrote:Thanks! But I've decided to give MAX 0.8 another chance. Though I really do question your reasoning in numbering the discs as 1.0 of 1.0 and so on on.
???

Please explain.

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Re: Where's Max 0.7.1?

Post by dbx90 » Mon Apr 14, 2008 5:28 am

i noticed this too, but it is just display and does not change the file.
in max .71 in the File Conversion window, add a flac file and click on meta data. Track: shows 1 of 10
in max .80 Track: shows 1.00 of 10.00

using 10.4.10 intel system.

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Re: Where's Max 0.7.1?

Post by RonaldPR » Mon Apr 14, 2008 9:54 am

Indeed, didn't notice this till now. It looks weird and the values now also do not fit in the boxes. Should be corrected in a next version. You do not need decimals in track numbers.

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Re: Where's Max 0.7.1?

Post by sbooth » Mon Apr 14, 2008 2:55 pm

I'll need some more clarification- I'm not able to verify this issue. Is it the disc numbers or the track numbers that are displaying with a decimal point? I checked the file conversion, cue sheet and disc windows and all disc and track numbers display correctly. Is it possible this is a Tiger-only problem?

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Re: Where's Max 0.7.1?

Post by RonaldPR » Mon Apr 14, 2008 7:49 pm

I still use Tiger and I noticed the decimal point with tracks: "Track 1.00 of 25.00". Maybe the same happens with Disc numbers but to check that I need to find an album that is not "Disk 0 of 0".

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Re: Where's Max 0.7.1?

Post by phule » Wed Apr 16, 2008 6:42 pm

sbooth wrote:I'll need some more clarification- I'm not able to verify this issue. Is it the disc numbers or the track numbers that are displaying with a decimal point? I checked the file conversion, cue sheet and disc windows and all disc and track numbers display correctly. Is it possible this is a Tiger-only problem?
I've just noticed this on the disc numbers but I admit I've not paid any attention to the the track numbers yet.
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Re: Where's Max 0.7.1?

Post by Rebel » Sun Apr 20, 2008 1:34 pm

It's only displaying decimals in the Disc number boxes on my Tiger system. Track numbers are normal.

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