When editing a recording when the focus is on the ISRC field, the help text for the format of the ISRC incorrectly displays 6 Ns instead of 5 Ns in the 1st line (although it correctly has 5 Ns below).
Yes, this is as trivial as it gets... but I stare cross-eyed at the ISRC I just pasted in every time. Since its not entirely impossible that I'm the only person who even noticed this I'm reporting it so that "whoever it may concern";
(A) knows they didn't waste their time entirely creating help text no-one ever reads, and
(B) knows that they left a typo, or
(C) knows that someone actually spotted the typo they deliberately left there to see if anyone ever reads the help text they worked on.
The help text to which I refer follows:
You are about to add an ISRC to this recording. The ISRC must be entered in standard CCXXXYYNNNNNN format:
"CC" is the appropriate for the registrant two-character country code.
"XXX" is a three character alphanumeric registrant code, uniquely identifying the organisation which registered the code.
"YY" is the last two digits of the year of registration.
"NNNNN" is a unique 5-digit number identifying the particular sound recording