Thank you ZvezdanD. The doubleslash did the trick.ZvezdanD wrote:I am not sure that understand what you exactly want, but you are wrong that MagicNodes won't let you include the backslash in the "Right of" local qualifier. You just need to escape it with the same character, i.e. you should specify it twice. If you are using GUI and type string directly into the Right of text box, the script would automatically add one more "\" character into the mask.Viper21 wrote:However, MagicNodes won't let me include the backslash in the "Right of" local qualifier so as to hide it.
My node now contains a list of folder paths. Each folder path maps to an album in this naming convention: <artist> - <album> (<year>).
E.g. 1: ABC - Greatest Hits (2012)\
E.g. 2a: Band - Greatest Hits (2012)\CD1\
E.g. 2b: Band - Greatest Hits (2012)\CD2\
However, when they are displayed they also have a slash at the end. Is there some kind of qualifier to also hide the last backslash?
E.g. 1: ABC - Greatest Hits (2012)
E.g. 2a: Band - Greatest Hits (2012)\CD1