zottel wrote:In the collections tree I already see all songs if I select a node on a higher level,
That's not true, it won't show files in subfolders.
Hmm?! I checked the behaviour of the collection tree again with build 1470. Selecting an inner node lists all songs within this branch, i.e. including all subnodes, so selecting a root node like Genre or Year will list all songs of the collection. Selecting a node on a lower level lists all songs which belong to that subtree. For a better understanding what I mean, I added the respective number of listed songs behind each node.
I tested with only 14 songs in my collection - three songs have modified tags (Year empty, Genre empty, Genre "Unknown"):
Here is an overview of the number of songs I see on each level in the collections tree:
So in the collection tree it is possible to list all songs without an explicit "All" node by only selecting a root node.
And here is an overview of the number of songs I see on each level in the Media Servers tree:
Here in the Media Servers tree the root nodes don't list any songs. Only some inner nodes like "Instrumental Pop" do list songs, but other inner nodes like "1990's" don't. Leave nodes always list songs if songs are encompassed. So in Media Servers tree it would be valuable to have "All" nodes on each branch like in the Location branch of the collection:
Another difference between Media Servers tree and Collection tree is that there is no Album node in the Gerne tree. I would also expect a "Tubular Bells II" node under "Mike Oldfield".
Lowlander wrote:Unknown issue has been fixed in 4.1 according to Mantis entry.
Is it possible to test release 4.1? When will it be available for beta testing? In addition I would suggest to mark the special nodes "All" and "Unknown" with some additional brackets like "<Unknown>" or "[Unknown]" to distinguish between these special ones and the other normal ones.