I have a website setup with multiple vocabs which are intended to classify "sound samples", which is a custom content type I created, and I'd like to create different views and different displays for every vocab.
Vocab 1 : Sounds > bass, lead, string, percussion etc.
Vocab 2 : Synthesizers > Virtual Synths, Hardware Synths etc.
Vocab 3 : Genres > dance, trance, pop, jungle etc.
I created a view called "sounds" with 2 page displays that have this path set : taxonomy/term/%
Then I added a context filter on the 1st one to display sound samples of Vocab 1 via the validation criteria, then added a context filter to the second display to get the sound samples restricted by genre.
Now when I preview both of them in the admin overlay, I get the correct results, but when I access the different paths (ie domain.com/sounds/lead or domain.com/genres/trance) I get a blank page on the 2nd one and all the correct results on the 1st one.
So I disabled one of the displays, and made the other one to display sound samples from both vocabs (having sounds and genres checked in the validation criteria), and it worked.
What I deduced from this is that only one view or display at a time among the available ones can have "taxonomy/term/%" path set, and it will be automatically used when any taxonomy page is called.
So my question is, what is the correct way to have different pages (with different styles, that is the purpose of this) showing sound samples (or any general content) from many vocabs using Views ?
Thanks in advance.