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    Hey Red, love the front end!! So far it's the only one I've found that I'm comfortable with and has a look that I like.

    What I'm wondering is if there is any way of keeping the original track order from an album without writing 01..., 02..., 03... etc. at the start of the filename??

    Also what do you recommend using to set the EQ for use with MI?? Is it just set in media player and MI takes it from there or is there another way to manipulate it simply from within MI??

    Cheers bud', sorry if they are simple or already answered but couldn't find the solutions when I went through all the posts.

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    Originally posted by Macflurry
    Hey Red, love the front end!! So far it's the only one I've found that I'm comfortable with and has a look that I like.

    What I'm wondering is if there is any way of keeping the original track order from an album without writing 01..., 02..., 03... etc. at the start of the filename??

    Also what do you recommend using to set the EQ for use with MI?? Is it just set in media player and MI takes it from there or is there another way to manipulate it simply from within MI??

    Cheers bud', sorry if they are simple or already answered but couldn't find the solutions when I went through all the posts.
    Glad you like it! Sorry the file list only views it alphabetically. It gets somewhat complicated to go any further. I never thought of doing it that way, but you could pre set it in Media Player then go into Mobile Impact and it will use the settings. Mobile Impact is written in VB. I used the Media Player plugin for it, so it wasnt controlling another program. The Equalizer portion of Windows Media Player is programmed in C# and mixed, where Mobile Impact is purely in VB and I dont know C# and havent been able to find any way to control the Equalizer in Media Player. Mobile Impact does have an Equalizer, but it only controls Master, Wav, CD, Line in windows volumes. It also can control the Bass and Treble if your soundcard supports it. I continue to look for a good quality Equalizer but unfortunately until then you probably found a really good way to do it. Thanks.
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      Cheers bud!!

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