that's what I meant in the first place- there was nothing else I could have meant, since the hypothetical sonatas in this one-composer sonata collection didn't have their own individual pages. (Well, it could have been something like "Complete Wind Quintets (Danzi, Franz)" in which case both the quintets collection and the individual quintets pages are tagged, but I meant that a page like Dew Drops
or something similar - or a similar page which is a set of rondinos etc. under another composer - does not seem to show up under the category walker at all. Maybe this has been fixed (or maybe not - even Dew Drops doesn't even show up in the category walker under "Pieces" of all things... ! ... ) - who knows.
Also, not every collection is
a page that links to various work pages. Why- should they be? If so, then I really do misunderstand the idea from point 1. The dew drops page is a collection in part because its various items have different opus nos., but they don't have separate work pages. (If anything, I removed some items' separate work pages in a similar case, once I was told about this functionality, and redirected them -to- a collections page for a similar reason, since the only reason I gave them separate workpages was because they had different op.nos.)