onkel_enno wrote:I've updated the current Version of "Select Library" to work with MM2 and MM3.
http://www.mediamonkey.com/forum/viewto ... 4699#34699
Try it and let me know if it works for you!
Owyn wrote:Simplest implementation would be to support a command line parameter with the path to the desired library.
Timo_Beil wrote:Owyn wrote:Simplest implementation would be to support a command line parameter with the path to the desired library.
A more universal solution would be a command line paramater with the path to a specific Mediamonkey.ini.
We could select every imaginable configuration, not only different libraries, using different desktop icons.
This way is used in "Lotus Notes" for years to switch between a local , a roaming or a mobile profile on the same PC (espec. Notebooks)
multiple databases is a MUST.
it just is NOT the same as filters
The program is wonderful
Seeker wrote:STILL - multiple databases is a MUST in my opinion - it just is NOT the same as filters.
And I waited quite a while to say this again.
MoDementia wrote:And I still don't get why anyone using MM3 would want multiple libraries
GrahamR wrote:I could use Multiple DBs to handle different network configurations and multiple users.
I have my local harddisk music directory, a NAS drive in my basement and a portable USB drive.
MoDementia wrote:Yet, still no one has outlined exactly what the advantage is?
All they keep saying is that they need it
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