But the use of Cover art types was very different from my edits.
This release belongs to the rare species of CD covers with a real liner - a protective sleeve surrounding the medium, inserted together into the outer cover. But the liner was set type Other with comment “Sleeve”. Okay, this should probably be a Liner and as the the inside of the opened Gatefold cover is probably no tray, it should be changed to … to what?
I often marked this part as a liner (if the CD is inserted directly into the outer cover), but avoided this for covers with “real” liners. Then I fell back on Other with comment “full cover inside” or something like that. (happend only once so far - Björk - Vulnicura Strings). But it felt somehow inconsistent.
I’ve read Need help with album art type about the varying use of liner, but it is only mentioned there and instead the actual problem with packaging solved. It could be still a liner - a kind of secondary protective sleeve.
Or should the use of liner better be restricted to (more or less) classic liners?