I’m having a problem with tags in a file naming script. Pretty much any dereference of a tag gets ‘/’ replaced with ‘_’. Is there a way of turning this off?
For example using this track: Recording “LA Drone / Immigrant Song” by Led Zeppelin - MusicBrainz
We have %title% and %catalognumber% both with a ‘/’ in them. If I want to replace them with U+2215 ‘∕’ using $replace(%title%,/,∕) it doesn’t work as %title% comes back pre-filtered to ‘_’.
A more complete example would be
Is there a mode switch I can flip to bypass this behavior?
Even better would be a global filter I could set for ALL tag dereferencing
It would look something like this
$replace($replace($replace($replace($replace($replace($replace($replace($replace( %anytag% ,:,∶),?,ʔ),*,⁕),<,◀),>,▶),",“),|,∣),/,∕),\\,∖)
What characters are forbidden in Windows and Linux directory names?