> > It will select the "Main playlist" and the "All" entries in the filter
> > automatically. Normally it will not select those to make gtkpod faster
> > (displaying 3000 tracks on startup can take quite a while).
> I think the main playlist option could be always off, so that gtkpod would
> start with an empty window, and the "All" entries option could be always
> the rationale being: if a user selects a playlist in the left pane, they
> probably want to display it, and would get confused if simply selecting
> playlist still displays nothing and they have to select the "All" entries
> The user can select which formats to convert. For example, it's possible
> to "set the target format to MP3 and convert Vorbis, but not FLAC".
> > There should be tooltips pointing to the
> > scripts and mentioning that changes can be made there.
> Why would the user want to change the scripts? Especially considering that
> they're typically installed into a read-only location like /usr.
Because the scripts are not perfect, and unlike MS or Apple we don't pretend we are. The tooltip can be a simple pointer to where a "power user" can change the standard behavior.
> > And there should
> > also be a possibility to add "custom options" for qualtity.
> I'll work on it.
Since opinions vary widely as to what is the right quality to convert to, the user should have a possibility to easily change the default (command line options, or maybe a slider "normal -- good -- excellent quality"?).
> I've implemented the Revert button in SVN 1897. It reverts all preferences
> the state they were at when the dialog was opened.
Psssst! Schon vom neuen GMX MultiMessenger gehört?
Der kann`s mit allen: http://www.gmx.net/de/go/multimessenger?did=10
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