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rescan interval–how about using minutes?

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  • #1281

    toecheese
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    This is minor I know, but who needs to rescan their library in a number definable in seconds? I want firefly to rescan my library only a couple of times a week and I need to break out a calculator to figure out how many seconds that is. Wouldn’t making this field use minutes make it easier for 99% of users?

    #10075

    rpedde
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    @toecheese wrote:

    This is minor I know, but who needs to rescan their library in a number definable in seconds? I want firefly to rescan my library only a couple of times a week and I need to break out a calculator to figure out how many seconds that is. Wouldn’t making this field use minutes make it easier for 99% of users?

    Because you know 3.5 days in minutes, but not seconds? I’m pretty sure I’d have to break out the calculator for that one, too. 🙂

    Yeah, I guess I could, but I’m kind of reluctant to do it now, since it’s already ingrained that way.

    Guess I could make some helpers for it, like accept something like:

    3.5d or 24h or something like that. I don’t mind that idea.

    — Ron

    #10076

    toecheese
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    Thanks. I would have suggested hours as the preferred unit, but I’m sure somewhere there’s a user adding music furiously who wants to scan more than once an hour.

    #10077

    rpedde
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    @toecheese wrote:

    Thanks. I would have suggested hours as the preferred unit, but I’m sure somewhere there’s a user adding music furiously who wants to scan more than once an hour.

    K. I’ve got that in the tracker as a feature request.

    — Ron

    #10078

    Ephilei
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    Yes, I certainly second using hours (or at least minutes) instead of seconds.

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