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    Respect the user's own file system folder structure (if he wants to)

    One of the most important features of foobar2000 is the possibility(!) to browse the music library by your own file system folder structure (View > by folder structure).

    I really don't like mp3 player software that prevents the user from structuring the library after his own fancy in the most classic, portable and platform independent structure there is: The file system structure, i.e. folders and file names.

    I hope that this feature will be available in the Android app, too.

    2015-04-02_Foobar2000_ViewByFolderStructure.jpg

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    Re: Respect the user's own file system folder structure (if he wants to)

    It is called File and Folder browsing (in the tree), it is present yes.

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    Re: Respect the user's own file system folder structure (if he wants to)

    Quote Originally Posted by spoon View Post
    It is called File and Folder browsing (in the tree), it is present yes.
    Yes but how do you play a folder containing more folders without "browsing" down to the level where the music is?

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    Re: Respect the user's own file system folder structure (if he wants to)

    Thanks for pointing this out.

    I also use the "Library View" tab - can't remember if it is a plugin or built into foobar2000. Wouldn't know how to use my music without it.

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