Thanks! That really worked, but it eliminates the freedome to set it in the other setting, which I (in another thread) asked for more freedom in choosing the kHz.
Whenever I choose the kHz it leaves the 2kHz gap. I think the setting from the codec should be applied.
One way to do this could be:
The value of the kHz settings are set to the SACD settings and are internally automatically set to "auto". But ofc are adjustable. So if I choose 138000kHz in my FLAC settings this internally should automatically set to the SACD value and itself to auto, but the user sees it as his own values which he sets. Like this the 2kHz bug would disapear and the freedom of kHz is not limited aswell. Because the SACD settings I ofc can not change and tbh don't want to change everytime I change kHz, therefore the codec settinsg are there.
Also using this trick you just mentioned results in this error:
13.07.2022 00:36:37: ERROR: Z:\Chris Norman - Stumblin' In.dsf / C:\Music\Chris Norman - Stumblin' In.flac : Internal error: Buffer size mismatch
But the file itself works.
Maybe I explained it bad .. but i hope you get what I mean.