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Library shows “Idle” folders even though music is still added
Porcus
post Feb 12 2013, 14:30
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version 1.2.3 beta 2:

- Turning off the server sometimes makes fb2k ditch the entire database, having to rebuild it.
- With a search displayed, and opening Preferences --> Media Library, there are “idle” folders even though I can see that there are added albums from those to the search result.

It might just be display though – that it is in reality still indexing, but doesn't tell me.


Feature request, BTW: “Rescan all”.


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post Feb 12 2013, 15:09
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QUOTE (Porcus @ Feb 12 2013, 14:30) *
Feature request, BTW: “Rescan all”.

Is this what you are looking for: Hold Shift, in the menu choose Library and Rescan folders?
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Porcus
post Feb 13 2013, 14:03
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QUOTE (PeteG @ Feb 12 2013, 15:09) *
QUOTE (Porcus @ Feb 12 2013, 14:30) *
Feature request, BTW: “Rescan all”.

Is this what you are looking for: Hold Shift, in the menu choose Library and Rescan folders?


*facepalm* Yes. That's what I get for always using Ctrl-P and expecting every setting to be available under advanced features.

(Which they should be, I think – that's a request.)

Thanks a lot!


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