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paultaylor

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Please see http://jaikoz.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/new-song-changes-report-in-songkong-19.html

thanks Paul (Administrator)
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Thank you for the write up. I haven't used songkong's reporting much as I typically work with jaikoz. I tried the demo of the report you have online. Is there any easy way to see what albums are missing songs to be completed, like how jaikoz does it?

I find it very handy to look at jaikoz report and see missing songs in csv view and quickly see which songs I might have tagged wrong or missing that are not showing up as missing on the albums I have loaded.

One suggestion, in the folder view, you have it setup so the user has to click on a very small triangle icon left of the folder for any action to happen. It would be far more user friendly to make it so that the whole row is a clickable spot. ie, the small triangle icon, folder icon, and folder name.

Also I noticed an issue on the left pane where you have the MusicBrainz Summary with the vertical expandable menu with all the letters. If a user clicks on a letter, it expands, and they see all the artist names that match that letter, followed by a lot of white space underneath the last artist. They then have to scroll down quite a bit to get to the next letter. This appears to be a css issue. It looks like you have:

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 element.style {
     display: block;
     height: 2025.8px;
 }
 


removing the height property fixes the issue and makes it look a lot cleaner.

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Thanks for taking the time to reply, all good points and Ive raised http://jthink.net:8081/browse/SONGKONG-376

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