You cannot "delete" the Libraries node. Why would you want to do this?
My personal site/blog is at http://brandonlive.com
Interesting. I wonder who this "brain trust" will consist of
Nov 04, 2008 at 8:59 AMFor those of you wondering if the ailing economy has taken its toll on Microsoft employees, you can now see that I apparently can't even afford a decent hair cut
- What does specify whether or not I can filter the results by a returned tag?
In-memory filtering works for any property, but since in-memory filtering may often operate over a subset of the results on the server, the usefulness may be limited over large result sets.
Oct 30, 2008 at 2:37 PMBas - The federated search feature works over both the LAN or the internet. If the server were to implement OpenSearch and RSS/Atom search results, then yes, you could potentially do what you described.
I think what Paolo was getting at was that this functionality (what we call "Search Connectors") is separate from Libraries, and that these search locations cannot be added to libraries.
However, within your LAN environment, you very much can add your WHS shares to your libraries if they are indexed on the WHS machine.
The preview pane now has a button on the right side of the commands module to turn it on and off. It also has a hotkey, Alt+P.
I don't know how WMP editing affects the files in Win7, but I can try to find out. I've never had a problem with it, though. I'm sure David, Paul, and others will be checking out this thread and taking note of your feedback, so keep it coming!
Hopefully part 2 will be up soon, featuring yours truly =D
All the library operations, like showing the "album" view, operate over the Windows Search indexer. It gets the metadata information from the file, using the registered property handler for that file type. The out-of-the-box handlers should cover all the common media cases just as in Vista.
Oct 15, 2005 at 10:10 PM
I wish they'd stop pushing 802.11a. It's ancient technology.
I recommend users to buy "Pre-N" devices. Way faster than g/a, way better range, and less interference.
Oh and Scoble, don't take HDTV advice from those guys. A 720p native set like my Samsung DLP is the lowest you'd want to get.
But nowadays there are 1080p DLPs shipping with much better black levels and of course a much higher resolution (with continued support for 720p and 1080i, etc).
If I were looking today, I'd be looking at an HL-R5078w like this one:
They can be had for $2500ish if you look around.