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    Problem with Multi Image

    A problem with Multi Image feature (at least on my Vista).

    when i read a multi image directory the MDX short the images and assign the values taking the files #1= 1.png #2=10.png #3=100.png instead of 1.png, 2.png, 3.png and so on.

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    I believe you will have better luck using preceeding zeros in the filenames for the pngs.

    001, 002, 003, ... 010, 011, ... 100, 101, etc.

    That worked for me. (renaming the files)

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    Windows orders files by name alphabetically as if 1 was a character not a number if that makes sense.

    So 1, 10, 100, all come before 2, 20, 200, and before 3, 30, 300.

    So if the filenames are the same length will padded zeros, then 001, 002, 003, 004 will be in the right order.

    It doesnt actually read the file names, it just reads it in as Windows passes the file information.
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    yes, it is fine now

    thanks

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