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  1. #11
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    Works a treat! Thanks fla!
    Another quick Q, is there any way to get it to remember the last session's settings?

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    Thanks for the quick feedback.

    Not yet, I'll have to add the Filename vs Date sort default setting to the XRecord config app settings.

    The "Reversed" setting for the episode list already exists. It is called "Newest first" or "Newest Last" or something like that in the XRecord config app settings. Will have to rename it to "Reversed" since "Newest" only makes sense in Date sorting not in Filename sorting.
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  3. #13
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    Done. Take a look at the config app settings for XRecord.
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  4. #14
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    Awesome,

    cheers again fla!

    k.
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