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Commandline problems
Warmonger
post May 21 2007, 03:28
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I'm trying to control foobar2000 from the command-line, and I'm having some problems. The /play, /stop, etc. commands work as expected, but if I do foobar2000 /command:"Playback/Play", nothing happens. No errors in foobar, no output on the command prompt. Any idea what could be wrong? This looks like the correct syntax to me.
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eevan
post May 23 2007, 16:11
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Just go to the Preferences>Keyboard Shortcuts. Click Add New and in the tree below find the action you want. Then use that in the /command: "name_of_command"


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chrisjj
post Sep 14 2010, 13:27
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QUOTE (eevan @ May 23 2007, 16:11) *
Just go to the Preferences>Keyboard Shortcuts. Click Add New and in the tree below find the action you want. Then use that in the /command: "name_of_command"
I find that works for the [main] commands I tried, but not any [context] commands I tried e.g.

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start "View" /WAIT "%PROGRAMFILES%\foobar2000\foobar2000.exe" /command:"Select All" /command:"Properties"  R:\Dance\00008637207120-1-2.wma

does "Select All" but not "Properties".

Any workaround?

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