KODI on XBOX, Track naming Convention Solved

  1.    03 Feb 2018 #1

    KODI on XBOX, Track naming Convention

    I'm running KODI on my XBOX and if I select an Artist, and click play, it plays all the track 1's of each album then all the track 2's etc. What I want is for it to play each album by track number. In the past I would edit the Track naming convention in settings. They seem to have made it a lot more complicated with this latest release. What I have now is as follows %A%A - %B/[%N.][%A - ]%T
    %A is Artist
    %B is Album
    %N is Track Number
    %T is Title.

    I have no idea what to change it to, to do what I want?
    In LibeElec / Kodi on my Raspberry Pi I change it to [%B.]%N - %T and it plays as I want. This doesn't work in KODI on my XBOX though. It still want to play all track 1's etc.
    Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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  2.    03 Feb 2018 #2

    Ok, it appears to have worked? The playlist on the left side of the screen wasn't reflecting the change but its playing the way I want it too. The menus are very different from what I'm used to on my Pi. It's an older version of KODI. I'm going to use it a bit to be sure its working as I want before I mark this as solved.
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