I think you are after something that is not possible.
For example, I have 2 connected hard drives, so without any network shares, I have this displayed
WD Drive 01
WD Drive 02
Now if I add Network shares to “My Media Library” I will have the above plus my shares, so
TV Series 01
TV Series 02
So by using my media library I can access all them from one screen. So I am guessing the best I could get with the application he is talking about would be one Bluray folder and one TV folder. The Hub will always display itself and whatever is connected plus any shares you add to it.
I suppose if all you want is network shares added together then that’s fine, and just stay on the Network shares screen thats fine, but if you are using the in built scraper then there’s a problem there as it won’t work till you add it to my media library, but that’s where the new Linksheets themes help as you do it all with TG anyway.
To get this to work the way we all want it we need WD to add a Movies genre, they do have a TV one and it does work, no idea why they can’t do a movies one.
So to sum up you won’t be able to add Local shares to network shares as I think you want. Best you will get is network shares added together.
I do wonder if you can map the internal and any externals then add them with your other shares, and view this in the network shares side if the application works that way. Now if you could this would be awkward for scraping to the PC shares as the Hub would not let you scrape to them, but I suppose if you add them to my media library they would get updated there, and then go back to network shares once updated that way.
I suppose I should really have a play myself.