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foo_qconfig, easy access of config pages
janjan
post Jul 9 2004, 17:36
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What is foo_qconfig?
With foo_qconfig you can add menu items which leads to previously defined configuration pages in the config dialog. This means you can access for example the 'Title formatting' option with one click or key press.

How to use?
It's pretty selfexplaining, just take a look at the examples

Why does it look like foo_quicktag?
Well, basically this _is_ foo_quicktag, I only took the source, added a few lines, removed others and that was all. Thanks to musicmusic for making his plugin opensource smile.gif

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Quick Config 0.2

Quick Config 0.2 sourcecode

News
-> 0.2 released
First version ever released, have fun with it smile.gif

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janjan
post Oct 1 2004, 18:54
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Accessing Buttons and stuff in control panels could only be done doing some ugly Win32 Api Hacking, I think there is no 'legal' way with the current SDK.

For your second idea: You think of a plugin which allows executing mutiple foobar commands with one 'click'?
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post Oct 1 2004, 19:13
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QUOTE (janjan @ Oct 1 2004, 09:54 AM)
Accessing Buttons and stuff in control panels could only be done doing some ugly Win32 Api Hacking, I think there is no 'legal' way with the current SDK.


Sad to know rolleyes.gif

QUOTE (janjan @ Oct 1 2004, 09:54 AM)
For your second idea: You think of a plugin which allows executing mutiple foobar commands with one 'click'?
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Exactly, something that with only one click will execute (in the specified order) several foobar commands. Or maybe if the user don't need an order, just execute all the commands at the same time. A plugin like that can fit a lot of user's needs.

For ex. I could configure it in a way that just with a simple click (and an option to execute it when foobar start could be great), after expecifying all the commands, be able to update the database, remove old entries, refresh album list (panel), and maybe generate some playlists (Extended playlist generator). For this particular use it will need to acces stuff like Preferences>Database>Scan..so, I don't know if this can be done.

But for other purposes it could be also very useful smile.gif


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