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Hello there. I have one question about Poweramp. Is there any option or a way to disable albums page in the library? I NEVER listen music by albums. More than 90% of artists in my library are presented only by 1 or 2 songs. And when some artist is presented by 20+ songs, I don't listen it by its albums. I don't know any albums of any artist, and I don't want to do it. It isn't my way. It's not handy for me. But almost 95% of any music players (with library-interface) put this obstacle in front of me. Poweramp does it too. I mean I can't choose some artists songs without manual skipping albums page by clicking "All artist songs". It's very annoyable. Is there any options for ignoring that page? :) I looked for it and didn't find anything. 

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If you don't ever want to see Albums view, just turn it off by going to the top Library view and tapping Menu > List Options, and then just chose what category modes you want to see. Personally I use folders mode for which the sorting levels are as configurable as the folder names you can invent.

Andre

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andrewilley, thank you, but you probably misunderstood me. I've done what you said and only what I got is the "albums" menuitem is dissolved. But albums page is still there. 

  1. I go to the library view
  2. open an "Artists" menuitem
  3. open any certain artist
  4. and... I see his alone album on the album page (cause I have only one or two its songs in 95+% cases) and I don't see his songs (before clicking to the "All artist songs" menuitem). 

I meant this page. Not menuitem on the main library page.

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Ah, I see what you mean. No, within the Artist view you will see that artist's albums and then drill down to the tracks.

If you want to sort differently, use folders/files sorting and then you can group them any way you want by adding and naming folders.

Andre

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