Guest wrote:Yes, I tried editing the script somehow to read the genres instead of playlists, but it didt work. :/
I know next to nothing when it comes to scripting..
dang.. i meant the other way around.. corrected (sorry just woke up..)
Hm, not sure I understand the request...
As far as I can tell, every title can have only one genre, so the genre field can be easily displayed and edited in the track browser. If you want the track browser to show only songs of a certain genre, you can configure the main tree to show the genre node.
If you have any suggestions for new features, I'd be happy to take them into consideration. Can't promise anything, though, since I only do this in my spare time to kill the boredom.
nynaevelan wrote:Actually you can have more than one genre.
nynaevelan wrote:Actually I think I am pretty content, the only thing I can think of is if there was a way for you to not have to click the panel twice in order to get it into focus to make changes. And it seems when restarting MM I always have to readjust the panel to get the OK button to display again. Other than that it has the ability to have all the fields that I would wish.
CeeDub wrote:Oh, I see. Sorry 'bout the misunderstanding, I thought you were referring to my Playlist panel. I should go to bed, I seem to be exceptionally obtuse today.
nynaevelan wrote:1. refreshed the playlists from within MM rather than using a restart.
nynaevelan wrote:2. If the track doesn't belong to any playlists, then list all the others according to the view mode selected.
nynaevelan wrote:3. A scrollbar if there are more playlists than what can be seen on the panel.
CeeDub wrote:Thanks for your suggestions.nynaevelan wrote:1. refreshed the playlists from within MM rather than using a restart.
I never mentioned it, but if you open the options panel for Playlist Panel and click OK, the script will refesh the playlists, even if you didn't change anything in the options panel. Does that help, or too inconvenient?
CeeDub wrote:nynaevelan wrote:2. If the track doesn't belong to any playlists, then list all the others according to the view mode selected.
You probably usually use the "checked only" mode, correct? The others should always display all available playlists. If not, let me know, then something'd be very wrong. Otherwise, this should be easy. Still, busy week, don't know when I'll find the time. Might be a few days.
CeeDub wrote:nynaevelan wrote:3. A scrollbar if there are more playlists than what can be seen on the panel.
Um... you mean, there isn't one? Mine has a scrollbar.
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