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Laik

Laik

Member Since 17 Feb 2014
OFFLINE Last Active Apr 03 2017 08:47 PM
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#26844 We need a cdlc naming protocol

Posted by Laik on 06 April 2014 - 08:10 PM

When you create the cdlc, it auto-names the file for you so that's perfect, however i've noticed some cdlcs will have the title altered to include the authors name. 

 

This causes a problem when it is added to the front of the title as it makes it impossible to search for it, we need a rule that says the cdlc title must either begin with the artist or the song name and nothing else. If you're to add anything else, it should be to the end of the title. For eg:

 

Bad:

- iMadeThisLoL_CoolArtist_Track7_v1.psarc

 

Good:

- CoolArtist_Track7_v1_iMadeThisLoL.psarc

 

(Event better

- CoolArtist_Track7_v1.psarc)

 

When a cdlc is bad/broken and you need to delete it, you can't find the damn thing if it has some random name/text in the front of the title, especially when you have hundreds of cdlcs. Add stuff only to the end, it saves us from headaches.