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  1. @@Luke I am running version and I have no complaints but before updating would you please be so kind to enlarge on the release note "Various fixes for mixed content detection" Since I converted all my content = movies to content = mixed will this change effect the nested movie folders detection? Also since my Documentary library has movies and TV shows in them again will this change effect the detection.
  2. I have a TV Archive (set as "Unset") which contains a number of other folders - on of these "Stand Up" also contains another nested folder ("Episodes" which has it's own folder.jpg and folder.xml files). In ET (2.5.6) it now looks like this: But in the Web UI (3.1.6057.20623) it looks like this: The same thing is happening elsewhere in my collection where I have nested folders. (I rolled back to 2.5.5 and that was doing the same - so it may have been like this for a while).
  3. ulrick65

    Nested Collections and CoverArt

    I have been using MB2 for a long time and just now found the time to convert over to MB3. With just over 1500 movies, it was not a task I was looking for too...but I must say the conversion was painless. Along with this, I have decided to take the time to update all the artwork, covers, etc. for all my media (was still using stark covers). I have reverted all my covers back to original .jpg's and now use CoverArt for everything. In particular, for Collections (and boxsets) I use the "fan" treatment. One question I have is: What is the difference between a collection and boxset? The issue I am having is with "nested collections". What I mean by this is have a few collections that I have nested inside collections. For example, I have a Batman Collection (with a collection.xml and accompanying folder.jpg and backdrop.jpg). Inside that I have Batman Anthology Collection and The Dark Knight Collection (each with corresponding xml's, jpg's, etc.). Then inside those I have the actual movie folders. The issue is that CoverArt dresses the Batman Anthology and Dark Knight Collections correctly (as a fan)...but the parent Collection (Batman Collection) gets a clearcase treatment (with the blu-ray spine). I do not have that treatment selected anywhere in the CoverArt settings. My guess is that it does not recognize the nested folders correctly...but maybe there is a setting somewhere that I am missing? Here's what the folder structure looks like. The "Batman Collection" level does not get the "fan" treatment...the ones below that do. Thanks.
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