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    Does anyone know the syntax to select the second or 3rd subtitle track?

    In my case I have 3 subtitles, 1 default, 2 normal (aka not Forced or Default). I know about @ to make it match a name, but one of the subtitles doesn't have a name, the flag |n won't work either since there's 2 normal subtitles, so all that's left is to make a rule based on the number of the track which would be the best solution, is this possible?
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  2. There are no rules that make use of any kind of number.
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    Indeed, I'm surprised there's no way to select a certain sub track by its number, it's simpler and more accurate than using |f or @ for sure.
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