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Playlist lock?, Plugin to lock changes to the playlist
Fitret
post Mar 13 2005, 04:49
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Is there a plugin that will allow you to password protect the playlist (or all of foobar), so that no one else can fiddle with foobar's setting, say when having a party?

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rastafaria
post Oct 1 2005, 04:04
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QUOTE (gfngfgf @ Sep 30 2005, 09:23 PM)
For accidental playlist edits, check out foo_utils and its "undo" function.  Very handy.  I guess a playlist lock feature would be nice, too, though.
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thanks for the tip, never knew this...
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post Oct 13 2008, 22:25
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QUOTE (rastafaria @ Sep 30 2005, 22:04) *
QUOTE (gfngfgf @ Sep 30 2005, 09:23 PM)
For accidental playlist edits, check out foo_utils and its "undo" function.  Very handy.  I guess a playlist lock feature would be nice, too, though.
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thanks for the tip, never knew this...


This is an old thread but at least some of it echos my desires exactly though I'd rather a native solution and not a 3rd party.

Playlist tabbing is excellent but not being able to 'lock' a playlist is really frustrating. A suitable 'not quite locking' alternative would be for any playlist tab that is sourced from a saved playlist to revert on program initiation thus dumping unsaved changes and accidental changes. I'd love to be able to lock a playlist such that when another program launches music to the default player it either asks if I want to add it to the playlist or automatically uses the next unsaved tab or begins a new tab.

I'd really like to see the playlist and eq and music directories untied from one another so that if you choose EQ presets it doesn't automatically open up the EQ presets folder when you go to open playlists and so on. Perhaps even a default location config, but at the least, maintain a 'last/recently used directory' variable for music, and another for EQ presets, and another for playlists.

Love this program.
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- Fitret   Playlist lock?   Mar 13 2005, 04:49
- - Mike Giacomelli   QUOTE (Fitret @ Mar 12 2005, 07:49 PM)Is ther...   Mar 13 2005, 05:11
- - Fiend Angelical   I'd like this. Because I have two sisters who ...   Mar 13 2005, 10:28
- - Zoominee   This is not exactly a "Lock", but you co...   Mar 14 2005, 17:22
- - Glass   Doesn't the user-profile support solve this pr...   Mar 14 2005, 18:03
|- - hunted   QUOTE (Glass @ Mar 14 2005, 09:03 AM)Or is th...   Mar 14 2005, 18:39
- - Fiend Angelical   Ideally.. all I'd like is a button that I can ...   Mar 14 2005, 18:28
- - Shock   I'd like to see a playlist lock feature/plug-i...   Oct 1 2005, 00:28
- - gfngfgf   For accidental playlist edits, check out foo_utils...   Oct 1 2005, 03:23
- - rastafaria   QUOTE (gfngfgf @ Sep 30 2005, 09:23 PM)For ac...   Oct 1 2005, 04:04
|- - Thistledowne   QUOTE (rastafaria @ Sep 30 2005, 22:04) Q...   Oct 13 2008, 22:25
|- - qaqaface   I'm gonna bump this thread too. I love Foobar...   Mar 2 2010, 23:07
- - Jack Schmaltz   try foo playlist attributes: http://www.hydrogenau...   Mar 2 2010, 23:15
- - smkk   QUOTE (qaqaface @ Mar 2 2010, 23:07) I th...   Mar 2 2010, 23:16
|- - qaqaface   QUOTE (smkk @ Mar 2 2010, 23:16) QUOTE (q...   Mar 3 2010, 00:21
- - Napalm44   Yeah, I know this topic is as old as dust but........   Oct 10 2012, 13:33
|- - Rollin   QUOTE (Napalm44 @ Oct 10 2012, 16:33) Is ...   Oct 10 2012, 14:15
- - Napalm44   Mate, you are a hero - thank you   Oct 10 2012, 16:04
- - Koshmaar   The only foo_utils reference I could find is http:...   Mar 5 2014, 11:15
- - marc2003   that still works on current foobar versions.   Mar 5 2014, 11:24


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