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Why doesn't it have a right menu like Music has ?

Music has
-> Music Plugins
-> Add Source

Picture has
-> Picture Plugns
-> Add Source
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Music doesn't have "Add source" at all?
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jmarshall Wrote:Music doesn't have "Add source" at all?

Hmm .. I am seeing it on mine ..
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The "right menu" I presume here means a submenu when you press RIGHT on the homepage.

If so, Add source is meaningless there.

If not, my bad for misinterpreting - please describe the problem more clearly Smile

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The way I understand it is, Music and Pictures offer similar options (plugins and add source) yet only Music offers the arrow and a sub mernu. Right?
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sho Wrote:The way I understand it is, Music and Pictures offer similar options (plugins and add source) yet only Music offers the arrow and a sub mernu. Right?

Correct.
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But nothing makes sense other than Files and Plugins, right?

Given that Files would (normally at least) take you to the root filesystem, where Picture Plugins already is, you can see that it's not really needed as such.

If you have a default pictures source I can see how it could be useful, however.

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