Getting used to starred playlists and playlist tab bar
I'm still getting used to using Strawberry, and I don't understand the tab bar of playlists or why there are un-starred (unsaved) playlists.
I'm biased by my iTunes usage, to be sure, but it seems like it'd be simpler and more usable if:
- all playlists were starred (saved) and appeared in the side bar - I can read the full names there, and I can nest them in folders if there are a lot.
- I could click once on one of the playlists (or smart playlists) in the side bar, and have that appear in the main portion of the window, like iTunes.
- the currently-playing playlist (or its folder) was marked with a the play icon in the playlist sidebar
- "Add to another playlist" worked for any (non-smart) playlist, not just one of the ones that happen to be open in the tab bar.
Am I missing useful properties of the interface as it is? Is the alternative approach above reasonable or even preferable but difficult/low-priority to implement?