This morning I threw the files for a new audiobook on my 2gb Clip. In the folder on my computer, the files were all properly arranged, but in the Clip they are completely out of order, seemingly sorted at random. It’s not alphabetical since the file names start with the chapter number, so presumably a proper alphabetical ordering would automatically default numeric ordering, but that’s not the case. The last audiobook I listened to was ordered properly, so I’m wondering how the Clip by default arranges files so I can get audiobook files ordered properly.
I realize of course I can create playlists for these files with Rhapsody. I had a question about that as well. When I was trying to create playlists via rhapsody I noticed that I could not rearrange the order of playlists on the Clip. If it was a playlist for files on my computer I could, but on the clip I could only delete tracks and add tracks to a playlist, and those track would automatically go to the end of the playlist. So if I wanted a track to be the second track of the playlist, I pretty much would have to delete all the tracks on the playlist down to two then add them all again.
Is there a playlist editor that works with the Clip that allows you to reorder track listings on a playlist already on the clip?