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geposted Mon 02 Nov 09 @ 6:31 pm
"Refers to including subdirectories in the operation. For example, if a Recurse Subdirectories option is available in a search, the contents of all subdirectories (subfolders) will be searched along with the primary subdirectory."
So, when you recurse a folder in the Folder panel ... the Tracks browser show all of that folders contents PLUS the contents from the sub-folders within that folder.
geposted Mon 02 Nov 09 @ 8:34 pm
if youre simply scanning to update your search database, just right click the start directory and add to searchDB (without recurse)
geposted Mon 02 Nov 09 @ 9:02 pm
geposted Mon 02 Nov 09 @ 9:53 pm
geposted Thu 06 Apr 17 @ 6:39 pm
The downloaded content folder will show all cached files that are in the vdj database, regardless of where they are located.
geposted Thu 06 Apr 17 @ 6:57 pm
geposted Fri 07 Apr 17 @ 5:43 pm
Note:This is not the only method, songs could be found using the genre tag, which is a more modern approach.
geposted Fri 07 Apr 17 @ 6:52 pm
geposted Fri 07 Apr 17 @ 9:42 pm
I've been a VDJ user for about a year now so this is going to seem like an odd question but what does "Recurse" actually do? I can't find anything about it in the user guide.
It's a 2009 post!
geposted Fri 07 Apr 17 @ 9:47 pm