Masking file names
You can "mask" a portion of the file name that appears in Wimpy MP3 Player. This allows you to use a portion of the file name to establish an order, and the other part of the filename to display in the player.
The following file name examples...
... would appear within Wimpy MP3 Player as:
By insert a period (or "dot") in the filename,
Wimpy will not display the text that appears before the dot. Wimpy will only display the text between the inserted dot and the dot for the extension.
The following example file name:
... would display in the playlist as:
Name of track
This will allow you to numerically order the files, without the numbers showing.
NOTE: In Wimpy MP3 Player, underscores "_" will be replaced with
a space " ".
Changing the order of the playlist.