If the already loaded files are arranged on the list by let say FILENAME in descending alphabetical order and I add a new one, then it pops out always at the bottom [even if its named "AAA"]. And so I have to click two times FILENAME column, to arrange them the same way they were before [to see old files plus the new one in the same order that was before the addition of this new file]
If I could only rearrange those icons and remove the ones I do not use...
If I could only select the color of that highlight...
But there could be an option to re-load [rearrange] the files
So you would have in
Tools > Options > General
"Select files automatically"
"Select files automatically and reload the list"
I've tried various default schemes in my Windows 7 x64. And that particular element [item] were not changed
I've also tried manually changing colors of individual items [in "Windsow Color and Appearance". And I haven't found an item responsible for the color of the line in Mp3tag [and other programs]
Unfortunately, they do not return my calls. Probably because of the stuff that I wrote on messageboards about Bill Gates, when I was a youngster
To show how inconvenient Mp3tag is now for me I've took three screenshots:
A] One file selected in Mp3tag- I can clearly see what is choosen
B] One file selected in Mp3tag- I can almost not see what is choosen; beacause I have clicked somewhere else [for example: I needed to correct something in the YEAR tag field in the tag panel]
C] A list of e-mails in Thunderbirds for comparison. [Thunderbid does not have a state, when my selection goes almost invisible]
So it can by either fixed by allowing the user to choose the color of selection [which apparently I can not do in my OS] or by making the selecton in Mp3tag more permanent / visible [like in Thunderbird]
Turning off the "Display the lines at file view" make the selection more visible, but still only to some extent. The tradeoff is of course less visibility [difference between the lines] when not selecting anything
Than you for this solution
But I still think that selection should somehow be made more visible