Teknojnky wrote:Thats really odd, because every time I startup without that line commented, magic nodes is always expanded..
This is really, really odd. Something which I hate most of all are bugs which are not reproducible and because of that they are hard to find.
BTW, we should clarify some terminology. I didn't meant on expanding Magic Nodes branch in general, but a node inside of this branch which was last selected during exit. Expanding of Magic Nodes branch is not so critical because it is not time consuming, instead of selecting some particular node inside of this branch which could slow down loading of MM during startup.
Well, now, with this new version, you could put Statistic qualifier even on the root node as a global qualifier and in that case even expanding of Magic Nodes branch could be time consuming.
I will try it out.
I made a mistake. It should be If Not bSkipExpandOnStartUp Then
(Not is missing).
The way I wrote it was kind of confusing, what I meant was that I only get that error when I commented the line.
I just tried to comment mentioned line, selected some Magic node and exit MM without any error.
Really, I just dont want anything expanded on startup at all.
I forgot to say about grouping - you could define your new root node branch which you could use instead of Magic Nodes - this branch will not be expanded during startup, only Magic Nodes branch is expanded. Here is an example:
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<Group|Name:My brand new node branch|Child of:Library|Position:After>\My new album artist node\<Album Artist>
Here is a next node inside of this newly created branch:
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<Group|Name:My brand new node branch|Child of:Library|Position:After>\My new rating node\<Rating>
I think it is obvious, but just to mention - general rule is that specified string for the Name qualifier should be the same for all sub-nodes which you want to put inside of the same branch. Well, this is not enough - Child of and Position values should be the same also. This is because you could need to put two groups with the same name inside of two different parents: for example one inside of the Files To Edit and another inside of the Net Radio.