Updating library automation accomodating pets
If you have any problems with the CAPTCHA, email me.-Micah (0 comments) I just posted Open Biblio 0.6.1. If you haven't had any trouble with 0.6.0, there's no need to update. It just has to be fit in among other work and our real lives. You can download 0.6.1 here -- Micah (2 comments) I'm trying out Source Forge's new Marketplace feature.I know I probably only update 5 or 10 folders, but it should be more dynamic than this.I tried the crate rules, but couldn't see how to do "THIS" folder.Pak LAG is carrying out various activities to achieve the following objectives: The survey method was used to achieve the study's objectives.A short questionnaire was prepared to collect data.Lahore based activity soon spread all over the country and volunteers from other provinces and cities joined the efforts to promote the use of ICTs in libraries.
), so I've just put a couple of countermeasures in place.Muhammad Ajmal Khan Librarian National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences Lahore, Pakistan Dr.Khalid Mahmood Professor & Chairman Department of Library & Information Science University of the Punjab Lahore, Pakistan Library automation in Pakistan is in its infancy.Plus, the date is not always the latest since Serato updates the date on the file when it is played.Is there no way to just dump songs into a folder and the crate for that folder scan for new songs and add it to the crate? If you download songs, and you put them inside, Lets say "Hip Hop" folder.. Then, when you download a new song, and you put it in the "Hip Hop" folder, just go to "Files" and find that "hip Hop " folder and drag it back into the "Hip Hop" folder Its pretty simple You can also just create Smart Crates,so, with Rules, you can say "Add songs added in the last 30days" to "THIS" folder Thanks for the reply, but it really doesn't help me much since I have about 100 folders/crates and each time a song is played the date is updated, so it isn't easy to determine which folders may have changed recently.