Sound-Juicer on Ubuntu 9.04 Does not do Leading Zeroes Any More

Bug #383132 reported by James Wendt on 2009-06-03
This bug report is a duplicate of:  Bug #371150: track numbering lost leading zero. Edit Remove
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Bug Description

Binary package hint: sound-juicer

I am running Sound Juicer 2.26.1 on Ubuntu 9.04 on J.J.

When I extract my disks the numbering scheme no longer includes the leading zero (used to be 01, 02, 03, etc is not 1,2,3, etc.)

This is causing issues with my cataloging and I'd very much like to go back to the leading zero way of life.

Any thoughts? Please help. I have a crazy ex-wife and a stressful job, I'd like to at least have my Ubuntu installation be a source of serenity for me. :-)

Thank you.

toby cabot (caboteria) wrote :

There are a couple of workarounds (proactive, retroactive) in the comments for bug #371150. They won't help with the job or the personal life, but hey, every little bit helps.

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