1. Go to advanced preferences -> display -> properties dialog -> multivalue fields and place there SUBGENRE2. The content of your SUBGENRE tag still contains only one value. To split the content into multiple values open the properties dialog from context menu, open the context menu from the subgenre field and call "split values ..." toolEditFor a better understanding here a simplified explanationNow you have this inside your subgenre tag:SUBGENRE = piano; cello; orchestralafter the procedure i described above you will get this in your file:SUBGENRE = pianoSUBGENRE = celloSUBGENRE = orchestralin the properties dialog it will be displayed as "piano; cello; orchestral" whereas the semicolon is not a literal sign from the tags content but (different than before splitting) an visual indicator in the properties dialog to seperate multiple tags!
New predefined filtersThe search box no longer keeps a history of recently used searches. Instead, a new filter toolbar has been introduced to quickly access frequently used search queries, along with a new preferences page below Media Library, Facets.
Thanks for letting me know , tpijag! (about : search box no longer keeps a history of recently used searches)
Well, the history was just a list of filters which is the same thing that you have now. You may prefer one location of said list over another, BUT there is no reason for a filter to not work. To say that is doesn't really do filtering is incorrect. It filters just fine. You are going to have to give more detail such as what filter string you have set up that is an example of a filter that does not work for you and whether you are filtering the library or a currently selected playlist.
Why are these plugins not open-source?
There is an available SDK.
It just seems like a community-developed plugin would be open to community-developed improvements.
... In playlists for grouping I use $directory_path(%path%), but Facets breaks some groups apart or reorders the the songs.