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    LMS Documenter Poll

    I get the feeling that people that are using the Documenter put the resultant pdf on their mobile devices for reference. Please tell me what you use it for - it will help me decide what I should focus on in the future development of the program.
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    My guess ... going shopping in old fashioned record store and wanting to see if album is already in possession (digitally at least) before buying.
    So open up the pdf and check by artist to see album list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Webster View Post
    My guess ... going shopping in old fashioned record store and wanting to see if album is already in possession (digitally at least) before buying.
    So open up the pdf and check by artist to see album list.
    +1, so the option to have the list without tracks would be nice!
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    Each type of catalog has its uses. I like having options. The albums-only list goes on my phone, but I will consult the full catalog when I'm in my easy chair at home.
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    I also use it to see if I already have that title.
    PDF on a laptop / desktop.
    My jukebox (NAS) isn't always on but one of the others are.

    Options: list titles without tracks, various sort options (by artist, genre, year, etc)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Webster View Post
    My guess ... going shopping in old fashioned record store and wanting to see if album is already in possession (digitally at least) before buying.
    So open up the pdf and check by artist to see album list.
    +1 - The number of times I've either not bought an album believing I'd already got it only to find I haven't! or finished up with multiple copies of the same disk. So great having an up to date album list on the phone will be really useful.

    Not so much bothered about having track lists the only place this would be useful is at home and there I have access to LMS so will do searches / browsing on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usbethjim View Post
    I also use it to see if I already have that title.
    PDF on a laptop / desktop.
    My jukebox (NAS) isn't always on but one of the others are.

    Options: list titles without tracks, various sort options (by artist, genre, year, etc)
    You already have list titles without tracks by checking Album List - I will look at sort options - thanks for the feedback
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve-g View Post
    +1 - The number of times I've either not bought an album believing I'd already got it only to find I haven't! or finished up with multiple copies of the same disk. So great having an up to date album list on the phone will be really useful.

    Not so much bothered about having track lists the only place this would be useful is at home and there I have access to LMS so will do searches / browsing on that.
    To create a list of Albums just check Album List - thanks for the feedback
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackfiction View Post
    +1, so the option to have the list without tracks would be nice!
    You already have the option just check Album List - thanks for the feedback
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