Using a human friendly folder structure and multiple music sources
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@DaveBlake Looking at the Years node it uses Group

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes" ?>
<node order="60" type="filter" visible="Library.HasContent(Music)">
<label>652</label>
<icon>DefaultMusicYears.png</icon>
<content>albums</content>
<group>years</group>
</node>

Doesn't this allow it to skip an artists level? so it returns only albums but grouped by years, so the group gives 1st level of Years then when you enter each it gives the Albums.

Could it be feasible to add more options for Group (since when I look at smartplaylists only Default & Years are options for Group by) such as sources, genres to make something like the following possible:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes" ?>
<node order="60" type="filter" visible="Library.HasContent(Music)">
<label>sources</label>
<icon>DefaultMusicYears.png</icon>
<content>albums</content>
<group>sources</group>
</node>

or

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes" ?>
<node order="60" type="filter" visible="Library.HasContent(Music)">
<label>genres</label>
<icon>DefaultMusicYears.png</icon>
<content>albums</content>
<group>genres</group>
</node>
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RE: Using a human friendly folder structure and multiple music sources - by jjd-uk - 2019-07-17, 11:20


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