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    Question Sort files by Date Modified?

    When I click Select on a directory in Browse mode, is there a way to have the on-the-fly playlist sorted by Date Modified?

    (The reason for this is that I usually listen to new songs first).

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    It could be done, but currently there's no way to do that.. An easy way to do this would be to add an ! (exclamation mark) in front of the file name of the new songs -- this would show them first on the list.. once you don't consider them new anymore you can simply take the ! out... if you use ID3, you'd not even notice that ! is there..
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    Thanks, guino. Maybe this could be implemented as an option.

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    I was trying to do myself the same thing! (sort by last modified) Is it possible to do these days with the new riderunner?

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    Not natively. RR strictly sorts by name, but you can make playlists on winamp and other applications and just load them in the exact order you saved them. Maybe with RRMedia you can sort it by date, or maybe at least show you the "recent added" list... I would consider looking at its thread.
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