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  1. Can we have an additional sorting option, under "Sort By:" and "Sort Order:" to toggle the ignoring of the articles (A, An, The). Both sorting regimes are needed. When my mates are browsing thru my collection to 'borrow' some movies, having to jump up and down to the 'The' section of the filenames is a PITA, so i'd toggle it to sort the articles normally making it match the file listing.
  2. Wondering if the search engine can be fine tuned on the way it searches for movies. In general it works great. for myself the naming I like to use... /title (year)/title (year).ext for my names. When EMBY (mediabrowser server) uses this type of naming, the browser is unable to find the movie at all. I would have to go into the editor and remove the year from the title and search again. monkeyslapper
  3. First, I didn't see another area that this looked appropriate for so if there is one and the mods want to move it there - Thank you! So how does everyone (or what is recommended for?) deal with actors with multiple names/spellings. Mostly this would probably apply to organizing adult titles, but there are mainstream actors and actresses with the same issue. For example Malin Akerman also is spelled sometimes as Malin Åkerman (notice the small circle over the A) or Stellan Skarsgård is sometimes spelled as Stellan Skarsgard. Rather than going through every movie or show every time something is added, is there a way so that if metadata refers to Stellan Skarsgard it will automatically pull the information for Stellan Skarsgård and clicking the incorrect name will show his page and associated movies? Thank you!
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