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  • #833

    floyd

    It would be nice the be able to view the music database from within the administration web pages. I have read the “web-based client” thread and tried the sample client. That is not bad, but it tries to do more than be able to view the database yet it does not provide enough database browsing capabilities. It also requires starting up Java which is not always desirable.

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    rpedde
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    @floyd wrote:

    It would be nice the be able to view the music database from within the administration web pages. I have read the “web-based client” thread and tried the sample client. That is not bad, but it tries to do more than be able to view the database yet it does not provide enough database browsing capabilities. It also requires starting up Java which is not always desirable.

    /playlist.html is a start at it. It’s a work in progress, though.

    #7610

    floyd

    Ron,

    Thanks for pointing out the playlist.html. It is actually quite nice.
    I added a link to it in hdr.html so I’d be reminded of it. I also added
    an H2 heading in playlist.html. In both places I called it “Browse Library”.

    FYI: Attempting to try “add static playlist” causes the mt-daapd server
    to crash. I’m using Firefox 2.0, if that matters.

    #7611

    S80_UK
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    @rpedde wrote:

    /playlist.html is a start at it. It’s a work in progress, though.

    Work in progress it may be, but it’s still a very nice feature. My thanks also for pointing this out (and for implementing it!).

    #7612

    rpedde
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    Work in progress it may be, but it’s still a very nice feature. My thanks also for pointing this out (and for implementing it!).

    That’s all Anders Betner. I’l probably put the links back on the web page under a config entry called “I_promise_not_to_complain_if_something_doesnt_work” or something… 🙂

    — Ron

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