I definitely want this!
Yes, Dan. I want to add "ignore" to Bliss for any aspect of "non-compliance" found. In my case, It may be cvr art or any tagging. I want my music to display the way I want it to. I like the global rules aspect of bliss, but it is insufficiently robust enough in its present form to allow for the type of "personalization" we're looking for here.
But...this might work for those who use presently use just one or two music players. You're right when you say that these personalizations may not work well when one moves their music collection to a future player, so I suggest a way of toggling and tagging the albums that have user- "modified" adjustments so that a sort of these can be obtained later, and these adjustments seen in a reduced, filtered set. This would facilitate adapting the collection to a new player.
Dan, The music player I use can sort via album artist, as most can. What I prefer for this album, for example, is that the artist remain "Various" or "Various Artists", rather than what Bliss finds on its look-up for metedata, which is "1987_Broadway_Revival_Cast" in this example. So when I rename the artist folder in windows to my liking, Bliss, upon rescan, reveals this album as non-compliant. Do you understand? Thanks. Great software, BTW.
Another item I would like is a "custom" toggle for cover art threshold specs. For example, I have a cover, the best I can find, which is 500 x 479. Bliss always delivers this album as non-compliant, but it is "close-enough" for me.