Author Topic: # on Library?  (Read 4527 times)

markzzz

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I noticed that I can easily set the field # (progressive track number) in the playlists, but not in the Library. How can I do it?
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I noticed that I can easily set the field # (progressive track number) in the playlists, but not in the Library. How can I do it?
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There is no # field for the library.  It shows the playlist play order, so in the library it's irrelevant.  There was a bug that could cause it to show up in the library, but I don't remember now what triggers it.
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Thank you for the reply. Well it is not irrelevant at all. Think if I order the files for Rating, seeing first the ones voted. Would be nice to know "how many tracks" are voted. That's why # could be interessant.

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Why not make an auto-playlist based on rating?
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Because generally I work only on Library, and it is quick and easy manage all my music from there. That's all!

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If you only want to know how many tracks are in a certain category (rating, artist, whatever), you could use the column browser. If you have "Show track count for each item" ticked in preferences, it'll show you in the column browser how many there are. You can change the contents of the column browser by right clicking on the header.
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That's a nice organization :) Thank you!
Is it possible to remove the [Empty] filter?

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Only by tagging all those files which show up as empty with a value in that tag.
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