Silver wrote:No man, it does not! I haven't been wasting my time for posting the above if it was so simple
The two screenshots were taken on the same time and shows completely different results.
Silver wrote:Already tried, unfortunately with no luck.
I PM you the link to the database file if it can help.
The problem is clearly on the DB layer that it doesn't consider 40,1 and 40.1 as equal values when sorting.
Another question is how could the values with the comma get to his DB, with my DB all values have the dot as decimal separator. Maybe a script?
Silver wrote:I recently started using the iTunes device plugin because MM is not currently compatible with devices running iOS 5.
I downloaded the plugin from this thread: http://www.mediamonkey.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=45713.
I've done some testing and I think the issue is related to this plugin when it syncs last played date back from iTunes to MM.
Don't know if it can help but reading here http://www.ventismedia.com/mantis/view.php?id=8715 I noticed you were referring to a locale issue.
I'm using MM in English but my regional settings in Windows is set to "Italian (Italy)". The decimal separator here is comma rather than dot.
markstuartwalker wrote:Did anything happen about this? I heard nothing more.
markstuartwalker wrote:Only an email point at http://www.ventismedia.com/mantis/view.php?id=8715
This part of the code is probably over 12 months old and I've have no other users reporting this problem so this is a very isolated case. Has it been demonstrated that the problem is repeatable? I've seen a screen shot showing data that I don't understand but nothing more.
I suggest somebody PMs me so we can look at this issue.
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