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    I do not understand but a bunch of my songs have these strange symbols in the title of them when displayed in centrafuse. I have checked both id3v1 and id3v2 tags for the files and they are both exactly the same with no weird symbols in them. I have checked the file names of them in DOS to see if they had a symbol that dos recognizesx and not windows, i am at a lost at why some of my songs have this. It is always an entire cd to never just a few songs here and there.(I personally ripped all of my cd's so none of them are downloaded)

    Anyone ever seen this or have an idea about how i can fix this?
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  • #2
    bump......

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    • #4
      Me too, especialy with french or foreign songs... sometimes, centrafuse will not even play the track...
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      • #5
        Smells like unix style vs. windows style new line problem... could it be that?

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        • #6
          This problem seems like an character set issue to me. I don't know exactly how David is saving and displaying song tag data, but it looks like you have a character in your song info that the character set that Centrafuse uses, can't handle. I could be way off base though.

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          • #7
            Originally posted by JWise1203
            This problem seems like an character set issue to me. I don't know exactly how David is saving and displaying song tag data, but it looks like you have a character in your song info that the character set that Centrafuse uses, can't handle. I could be way off base though.
            Yeah well thats what it seems first... but why the hell its always end of the line...

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            • #8
              Originally posted by JWise1203
              This problem seems like an character set issue to me. I don't know exactly how David is saving and displaying song tag data, but it looks like you have a character in your song info that the character set that Centrafuse uses, can't handle. I could be way off base though.
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              • #9
                Originally posted by coucouillu
                ....not recognized...
                So u think it reads

                anytime now ?

                mayby

                anytime now , or anytime now??

                no it must be anytime now!!!

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                • #10
                  It's most likely a UNICODE tag reading issue... I will look into it... I have already made multiple improvemetents/fixes to the tag reading code, so hopefully I already fixed it...

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                  • #12
                    I re-installed centrafuse and upoun first run the weird charecters were not there but after i closed centrafuse and reopened it, they appeared again.

                    ...weird...

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                    • #13
                      Mayby box character is representing null... mayby some tagger program uses c-type string...

                      well who knows, im more into g-strings :P

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