Hi there, thanks everyone (especially Tom for fixing and Grégory for explaining). I'm having a lot of these files (and sometimes directories) on my filesystem. Most of the time these are music files (my FLACed music collection). For example the Star Wars soundtracks have a lot of tracks consisting of multiple scenes, so they are named like this: Carbon Freeze / Darth Vader's Trap / Departure of Boba Fett I can input this as vorbis comment tag so it shows up correctly in all media players, but I can't name the filename with these slashes - so I'm replacing the / with ~, so the filename becomes: 209 Carbon Freeze ~ Darth Vader's Trap ~ Departure of Boba Fett.flac In my opinion it looks best this way. I don't want to use dashes or comma, this simply doesn't look 'good' when browsing the filesystem. Also sometimes the titles already include dashes... I checked how bash handles the ~ character. Expansion is not done when the ~ is contained in a string surrounded by " And keep up the good work with emelf2m :-) Regards, Tobias -- Users can unsubscribe from the list by sending email to emelfm2-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the subject field or by logging into the web interface.