Just ran into this myself this afternoon. Very annoying! Hope it’s fixed soon.
“Max is an application for creating high-quality audio files in various formats, from compact discs or files.” Apparently now does FLAC transcoding, too, which is useful.
A pet peeve of mine is the lack of a documented shortcut in Ruby’s #strftime to function to return the hour of the day, in twelve-hour clock, without a leading zero. To wit:
puts Time.now.strftime("%I:%M") # >> 03:29
That’s not particularly attractive. I could strip the leading zero with some string manipulation, but this is getting sledgehammer-ish to crack a nut. Fortunately, this works:
puts Time.now.strftime("%l:%M") # >> 3:29
That’s a lowercase L in the formatting string, which returns the number of hours in a twelve-hour clock sans leading zero. Result! And yes, that’s undocumented everywhere I’ve looked. Thanks to my colleague Colin for pointing that trick out.
Now, if only I could get it to return am/pm without having to call