1.0 versions of all three components are out. Thanks to all beta testers.
@sylla: You have albums with more than one codec profile? Or where would you display this?
Generally related to use of a font not capable of showing stars. What font do you have the playlist using?
Very well may also depend on OS. For my XP, Arial unicode MS works correctly. I imagine there are others. A search may help.
\Miles Davis - 01 - Introduction by Mort Fega.flac\Miles Davis - 01 - So What.flac\Miles Davis - 02 - My Funny Valentine.flac\Miles Davis - 02 - Walkin'.flac
Miles Davis Disc 1 01 Introduction by Mort Fega Disc 2 01 So What Disc 1 02 My Funny Valentine Disc 2 02 Walkin'
I assume this is due to the default sort order reflecting the directory structure.If I change the Sorting Pattern setting to %artist% and click on a group heading, it corrects, but swapping to another album in a facet then back reverts back the default sort order.Am I doing it wrong because of my filename & directory structure choice, or is this something that can be adjusted somewhere?
Change the sorting pattern to %album artist%|%date%|%album%|%discnumber%|%tracknumber%
Note that the above refers to the Facets default sort order setting.Consider including discnumbers in the filenames though, or create subfolders, as you may encounter the same problem in other situations.
(...) I have a case where one file is 22kHz instead of 44.1kHz like everything else, so it becomes separated with a copy of the album art showing. I understand that in my group pattern I have %samplerate%.
I didn't realise the Facets default sort order setting impacted the SimPlaylist display.
(...) I'm getting unreliable behaviour from undo/ctrl-z. It does work, at least, but sometimes when I remove tracks from a playlist and then undo, it appears to undo something else. It just doesn't pick up all actions.
I have a problem with columns choices being reset whenever I change position of the SimPlaylist using Layout editing mode.
Someone asked how I configured my simplaylist above, so here's an explanation: (...)
And awesome, inspiring work by Northpack. I'll have to try something similar sometime. Maybe a special character to indicate a subtitle, I'll think about it
This is similar to what has earlier been requested for genres and codec profiles, and could be solved with a set of functions analogous to $meta and $info, listing all values in a group, which (like statistics) are ignored when grouping tracks.