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Composer list in library browser
#41
(06-11-2018, 12:52 PM)Tim Curtis Wrote: My goal would be to have something thats useful for many people not something that works for everyone all the time cuz that almost always ends up being a Lowest Common Denominator solution. Anyway you can currently do search across all tags in the Browse panel so "Schubert Allegro" should work as you describe.

With a click schema any column can be used as the root same as existing Library panel. Each column would have a free text type-down search to help avoid long scrolling.

For example lets say I'm interested in seeing the list of performances of "Prelude and Fugue In C major, BWV 846". You could scroll or text search to it in the Compositions column.

The Performers column might list

Christopher Parkening
Friedrich Gulda
John Williams
Tzvi Erez
.
.

Something like that.

But maybe the task of re-tagging Classical tracks to match some proposed schema is too burdensome for most users and thus not worth the effort to develop the custom panel.

Not enough feedback at this point for sure.

-Tim

Tim,
Thanks again, I have had my say so happy to leave it there.  I am sure that whatever you do will be to the same high standard as the rest of Moode.

Just one small point to clarify - " Anyway you can currently do search across all tags in the Browse panel" .  Did you mean in Ver 4.1 or the improved search?

The reason I ask is I tried "Schubert  Allegro" and got 0 items although the title of the track is "Schubert: String Quartet No 14 in D minor 'Death and the Maiden', D810 - Movement 1: Allegro"  and I can find it with other combinations such as schubert death.

Is the problem the string length? "Schubert D810" or "Schubert Maiden" also produce 0 items.

Mike
If it ain't broke fix it until it is.
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#42
I ment 4.1 but after looking at the code it appears to a bug :-O

-Tim
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#43
(06-11-2018, 05:27 PM)Tim Curtis Wrote: I ment 4.1 but after looking at the code it appears to a bug :-O

-Tim

Tim,
Thanks for the feedback.

Mike
If it ain't broke fix it until it is.
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