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    11 comments  ·  bliss  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Carmen commented  · 

    This would work really well for me. Maybe it could be possible to provide "hints" to bliss, so it could know what kind of environment it's in. If it knew it could rely on a structured directory name is > 90% accuracy, then I think the user would be pleased with the changes offered.

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    Carmen commented  · 

    I'd like to add a vote for this feature request, and see if there's a way to talk through options you may have. Reading this thread I do recognize you're server-side and also the product is browser-based, so there are limitations.

    Could a presentation-template hack add anything that would bring the user to the location in the file system where the represented album exists? I'm noticing that the adjustments or repairs that I'd like to make involve going to the location where the content lives, making an adjustment, and re-scanning. It would be a HUGE help if there was a simple way to get to the directory where the content lives. Maybe a directory icon next to the "why" pull-down below the album art.

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