Hi! === Background === This is mostly a problem with my kids movies. Some of the movies I have as two different files, one in English (which my children do not understand) and one dubbed in Swedish. In Moving Pictures I cant tell them apart, it just looks like I have two movies that are exacly the same. First I tried with just writing extra info in in the title in Moving Picture configuration, e.g. added the word SWEDISH at the end of the title, and also in Genre. And I was happy, when I saw both films in the list, I immediately saw which was Swedish (as I could read it in the title)... Then I discovered that many of my movies got Swedish titles from IMDB, so I wanted to update them with akas.imdb.com. As I have a lot of movies I happened to accidentally mark a lot of swedish dubbed films for children at this update. It felt a little awkward to once again go through 1,000 films and enter "SWEDISH" in the title (and genre) of the about fifty kids movies, so I tried something new. All children's films that are in Swedish, has the word SWESUB or SWEDUB in the filename. So in C:\ProgramData\Team MediaPortal\MediaPortal\skin\Blue3wide\movingpictures.listview.xml I added: Code (Text): <control> <description>File info</description> <type>label</type> <label>#MovingPictures.LocalMedia.fullpath</label> <posX>10</posX> <posY>215</posY> <width>1200</width> <font>font10</font> <textcolor>ffa9d0f7</textcolor> <visible>facadeview.list+control.isvisible(50)</visible> </control> Now I CAN see which is Swedish, but Im not sure if I am happy with the result (it does not look so good with a very long file path). It was better before, so to the question... === Question === How would you show that some of the movie are in Swedish? - Write in title? - Show file info? - Add Swedish to genre? - Can I get the text automatically to the title/genre with som script that search for Swedish/Swesub in the filename? - Something else?