It works perfect, once more many thanks for all great scripts!!ZvezdanD wrote:There is a new release (1.4.1), please let me know if it works as it should. I don't have an iPod, so I cannot test it.
No hard code, an option were you could select the number. If you set it to 0 (zero) it would be exact as now, but if you for instance set minimum tracks from one artist to 5 you can avoid one-hit wonders, or minimum 8 rated tracks per album you avoid CDS/CDM and albums there you only has play/rate a few tracks (VA/compilations albums). But as you said it's up to the authorMizery_Made wrote:I don't see a need to hard code the option into the script.
RobertSmith wrote:No hard code, an option were you could select the number. If you set it to 0 (zero) it would be exact as nowMizery_Made wrote:I don't see a need to hard code the option into the script.
But the MM filter it not so bright (or maybe it's me that have misunderstand the function), e.g. with # Tracks by artist => 100 I expect a report with only my favourites but in top of chart I have Chrissi Poland since he is feat. artist on one Moby album (I'm using multi artist) (not possible to have # Album Artist => 100)ZvezdanD wrote:it would be better if you use MM filters for that.
RobertSmith wrote:e.g. with # Tracks by artist => 100 I expect a report with only my favourites but in top of chart I have Chrissi Poland since he is feat. artist on one Moby album (I'm using multi artist) (not possible to have # Album Artist => 100)
If you limit # of tracks to 5-8 per artist (minimum for calc. average) you will avoid one-hit wonders and featured artist (multi) in "Top-XX Rated artist" the effect on "Top XX Artist With Most Tracks" is unimportant since position XX (according to personal settings) will be greater when the track limit 5-8. If not, you have a very small collection and no need for MMZvezdanD wrote:Well, even if I decide to add such option, I still don't understand on which sections it should be applied. For example, limiting artist only to those which have number of tracks greater than xx has not much sense for Top xx Artist With Most Tracks section.
RobertSmith wrote:Maybe it's enough to have an option to select minimum # tracks per artist. I can live with what some of my albums looks strange due to what I haven't rated the complete album (minimum 5-8 tracks per album must be rated before an average is calculated?)
Edit: minimum 5-8 tracks per genre must be rated before an average is calculated. Top XX Rated Genre
ZvezdanD wrote:There are currently 24 sections and I need some simple and obvious way to implement just one or two new values for all sections. For example, if a section is Album then limit could be a minimal number of tracks per album, if a section is Artist then limit could be a minimal number of tracks per artist, and so on. So, what should be a criteria? Minimal number of tracks or minimal number of rated tracks or minimal number of played tracks or something else?
Perfect!ZvezdanD wrote:I suggest just one value which would be implemented differently depending of sections. If a section is Top xx Rated yy then this value would be the minimal number of rated tracks
Or if it's possible use minimum of the option value and total number of tracks (all tracks most be rated) for album when calc. average for Top xx Rated Album? (CDS/CDM and incomplete "junk" folders/album can be handled by MM filter)RobertSmith wrote:You might consider to set a max value for this "scroll box" (1 -> 10 or 12?) to avoid getting questions like "were are no rated albums in my table?"
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