I often run into problems, saving audio files with the same names as folders:
In my growing library of percussion sounds, I have a lot of “HIT-###” sounds. Some of them are round robins (variations of the same sound) and some are single sounds. Round robins are put in folders with the same name as the HIT-### sound they represent. Therefore I have a mix of files and folders named HIT-###:
Problem is that folders are sorted above files, which makes it a chore to always have to scroll up and check that I don’t have a folder with the same name as the next file I’m about to save. If I’m going to save the next file in the example above, I would assume it should be named HIT-044.wav, but that would be wrong since it’s a folder.
Directory Opus (best file manager on Earth) has this feature where you can have files and folders interspersed. I think it would be great if WaveLab had that option as well.