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Listed Albums in PRE8 and Organizer

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Listed Albums in PRE8 and Organizer

Postby Walter Seaton » Tue Apr 15, 2014 3:04 pm

Over time, I have started many new projects in PRE8 and they all show up in Organizer (also, of course, in "Select Album" in PRE8). This has created a real clutter of project titles, many of which are now burned to DVDs and then stored in my archives (I attach a screen shot of the start of the "clutter").

How can I delete those albums which I no longer need to access from Organizer and PRE8, to leave only the ones with which I am currently working?
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Re: Listed Albums in PRE8 and Organizer

Postby Steve Grisetti » Tue Apr 15, 2014 9:19 pm

Unfortunately the ability to remove a project album from the Organizer wasn't added until version 12, I think. So unfortunately album clutter is an issue in the Organizer you really can't do much about.
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Re: Listed Albums in PRE8 and Organizer

Postby Walter Seaton » Thu Apr 17, 2014 7:43 am

Thank you
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