Bruno Albuquerque <bga@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Axel Dörfler wrote: > > I think this should be solved inside Tracker. The FileTypes > > preferences > > application could of course show the attributes coming from a super > > type, too (like it does with icons), but that's not a requirement. > Ok, I will bite. I will implement the Tracker side of this but I > would > like to get your opinion. First, this is how it works today > (supposing a > folder that has both wav and mp3 files: Cool! It should even be pretty easy to do this (once we cleared that question) :-) > 1 - Merge supertype in subtypes. [...] > 2 - Implement explicity hierarchy (using another menu level). [...] > 3 - Consider the supertype as a different type. [...] > What do you guys think? I personally would prefer 1 or 2 (in this > order). If 2) and 3) would only contain the extra types if there are any additional attributes, I think I would tend to 2). Otherwise, I find 1) the best, since I don't really care where those attributes come from. If I think about another type, like text files, I think I also would prefer 1) over 2), but it's probably something you'll have to try and see for yourself. Bye, Axel.