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    Default Folder called [none]

    How do I change this to Albinoni, the composer?
    Pressing F2 does not allow me to edit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barend View Post
    How do I change this to Albinoni, the composer?
    Pressing F2 does not allow me to edit.
    I need some more information to answer this question. You cannot edit directly anything in the left panel of standard display (folders on the left, details on the right). What is "Browse by..." at the top of the display set at? You are asking OCD to read folder information from a field that is empty and that field(s) is determined by what your "Browse by..." setting is.

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    Thanks, found out myself.
    Seems NONE is a folder for discs without composer/artist.
    It's easy to drag the record to a correct folder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barend View Post
    Thanks, found out myself.
    Seems NONE is a folder for discs without composer/artist.
    It's easy to drag the record to a correct folder.
    More generally, None is the folder for any album that has no data entered in a Browse by field. If you had Browse by set to Title and some albums had no title then they would appear under None. Because OCD (and all other usable cd databases as far as I can tell) has no way of grouping tracks that form a composition (as in a current piece I am listening to, Beethoven's 9th violin sonata has three movements that usually appear as three tracks) I created a custom field called Work to hold this information and a custom Browse by Composer + Work. If I haven't yet filled in the Work field it will appear under None.

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