MacOS vs Windows Line Endings for m3u Playlists

MacOS uses the LF (line feed) character for text file line endings.
Windows uses the CRLF (carriage return + line feed) characters for text file line endings.
SanDisk mp3 Players only recognize the CRLF line endings for m3u Playlists.
The Windows Notepad++ app has the unique ability to display (and modify) the line ending characters.
View->Show Symbol–>Show End of Line.
There is no native Notepad++ app for MacOS.
The WineBottler app for MacOS allows MacOS users to create a working version of Notepad++.
See this link for a discussion of this topic and a link for downloading Winebottler for MacOS.

Hi @dfeld2005,

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