Allow moving files to parent directory (or allow use of absolute paths)
I'd like to be able to include the ".." within a file path rule to allow for moving folders from one folder hierarchy to different folder hierarchy -- or specify the whole path.
Yes, I recognize that this would place the moved locations of the files OUTSIDE the current directory, but that's the idea -- moving from an "unsorted" to "sorted" folder (and the unsorted pile gets smaller and smaller.)
All new music gets put in a folder called "C:\freshRips"
Bliss monitors freshRips with a rule to save all music (after cover art has been applied, tags have been updated, etc) to "C:\musicLibrary<genre name>/<album artist>-<year>-<album name>/ etc etc"
The rule would look like: ../musicLibrary/<genre name>/<album artist>-<year>-<album name>/<tracknumber>?|<tracknumber:auto>-|<track name>.
Two reasons for asking:
1) I'm in the midst of sorting a large library, and find it much easier to do it in small "batches" because Bliss will sometimes get hung up on a given file, and it's easier to find the problem in a dozen albums than 1,000 albums, and it decreases full re-scan time
2) Once my music is sorted in the structure I like and properly tagged, I'm likely never going to move it around. In this case, there's no use in Bliss constantly monitoring a huge directory. It'd be less resource intensive for it to just monitor the "freshRips" folder and move them along to the larger library as new music comes in.
Some similar ideas in this vein:
I might merge these into this idea, if you agree?