progcode wrote:Seems obvious that a lot of people want multiple libraries. I also would very much like to see this. I could then exile low sound quality bootleg concert files, comedy, spoken word, audiobooks, podcasts, etc to their own library. And then when I auto-dj i would be assured to only get real music..
nohitter151 wrote:But you can already separate by filters and then use auto-dj based on filter, which would already exclude those tracks.
progcode wrote:nohitter151 wrote:But you can already separate by filters and then use auto-dj based on filter, which would already exclude those tracks.
That's fine, but auto-dj is not the only reason that I or anyone else would like to see this. This is a long thread.
nohitter151 wrote:I haven't seen any scenario explained in this thread where multiple libraries is required because filters were not able to provide the exact same functionality.
ZvezdanD wrote:nohitter151 wrote:I haven't seen any scenario explained in this thread where multiple libraries is required because filters were not able to provide the exact same functionality.
"Just my example - I am developing scripts and I have several databases that some users sent me for tests. Whenever I want to test my scripts with some another database I need to restart program and to modify database filename, which is pretty tedious."
nohitter151 wrote:Okay, that is a valid reason. But I really doubt that all the other users posting in this thread are requesting this feature for the same reason.
ZvezdanD wrote:It is the fact that this wish has the longest thread in this Forum with the greatest number of posts requesting the same thing. You don't need to replay on each and every such post with the suggestion about filters. If so many users ask for such thing then it is hardly believable that all of them are dumb and don't know to use the filter option instead of the non-existent support for multiple databases. Instead, you should ask yourself if such large number of request could mean that there is a real need for that option.
Lowlander wrote:I personally think that MediaMonkey's approach is much more flexible.
Lowlander wrote:Other than having to deal with testing databases of other users the Collections/Filters approach is much more flexible than using actual separated database files.
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