|08:21, 20 September 2010||Valoriez||New thread created|
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|20:08, 21 September 2010||Mamarok||New reply created||(Reply to Our ToDo - Collections)|
|22:19, 3 December 2010||Valoriez||New reply created||(Reply to Our ToDo - Collections)|
Now that we have 2.3.2 out the door, and I've got the Insider 15 published, I'm looking forward to finishing this Handbook. One thing I've noticed is that CD Ripping isn't covered. Perhaps we can go
1. Organizing your collection 2. Tell Amarok where it is 3. Search your Collection 4. Adding to your collection a. ripping CDs b. moving other tracks in from Files 5. Other Devices
then Remote Collections
Hm, the order seems wrong to me, Organizing your collection shouldn't be the first step IMHO as it normally is not even necessary for most users. But ripping CDs is a subset of copying to collection, that is correct. We should go from the most basic to the most complex feature, and organizing the collection is definitely an advanced feature. Remember we have an Advanced Feature section in the menu :)
I think we were misunderstanding one another here -- when I said organizing your collection, I was speaking of basic organization of the collection, not the Organize Collection Amarok function, which truly is advanced. I've never ventured to test it out.
In any case, my remark is old and out-dated.