Re: [Muine] NEW PRELEASE: 0.8.1pre1
- From: "Christian E. Kaas" <cek stofanet dk>
- To: Jorn Baayen <jbaayen gnome org>
- Cc: muine-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Muine] NEW PRELEASE: 0.8.1pre1
- Date: Sun, 23 Jan 2005 22:12:24 +0100
Jorn Baayen wrote:
I happen to be a Ubuntu user and I had not noticed that sound-juicer
actually does tagging with a "total number of tracks"-tag. Thanks for
the info.. gained a little from this posting : )
Most distributions, or the major ones anyway (Ubuntu and Fedora/RedHat
tested), come with sound-juicer instead of grip these days. Sound-juicer
tags files with total tracks metadata. So it'll work out of the box
I guess it is probably just me having a bad habbit of trying the delete
key on an (for some reason) unwanted album hoping that it will disappear
from the album list. Instead I am forced to manually move it away from
the directory structure that Muine overlooks and restart Muine. However,
I do see the implications on the program changing on this.
Seen with the eyes of a typical user I propose another solution: What
about keeping old practice and instead make it possible for the user in
the UI to easily remove incomplete albums from the album list? Or is
there some extraordinary reason for not including this functionality?
That's UI bloat- problems need to be tackled at their root instead of
introducing UI to work around them.
One more question: Will there be a dialogue for changing the directory
structure that Muine overlooks instead of having to mess with GConf? Not
that it happens very often but it does happen. I guess this feature is
required for Muine to be called mature.
Last not least, I think most people would be content with the flexible
solution proposed by Peter Oliver. Good proposal! : )
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