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Stopped recognizing .fpl files?
Therio
post Oct 12 2012, 12:32
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Just today when I started Foobar it gave me an error for unsupported file types. I hit continue and lo and behold, it couldn't find any of my playlists. Did it stop recognizing .fpl files? Did a specific type of file cause this entire crash?

Anyone know how I could possibly solve this?
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kode54
post Oct 13 2012, 01:46
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More likely, your configuration was corrupted. Which is strange, since the player writes everything out to temporary files first, then moves them over the original files.
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Therio
post Oct 13 2012, 02:04
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That sounds plausible. In that case, do you think a system restore to a recent date might do the trick?

(Really don't feel like remaking 120 playlists because my collection is lazily sorted and really disorganized)
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kode54
post Oct 13 2012, 18:33
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Possibly, but if you had set up Windows Backup, you could also restore your configuration from a previous backup.

If not, there's also foo_jesus for the future.
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