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Adding Xfire Fb2k support
Atotalnoob
post May 2 2011, 05:22
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Hello foobar community!
I am an official Xfire Helper, and I am working (UNOFFICIALLY) on adding Foobar support. I am currently unable to install foobar. If someone can give me the location path of the foobar registry entry, It would help alot!

Please note, this in no way says Xfire will support fb2k.

Edit: If anyone wants to help, or test, add me on Xfire, my username is no1seriouslly, include that you are from foobar, otherwise I will reject your request.

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Andreasvb
post May 2 2011, 09:36
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Haha funny guy. Why not just enter the filepath for the .exe?
Or if your users aren't that clever, make it search for foobar2000.exe

And if you're good programming you can write a component that connects foobar2000 with Xfire.

Using registry is inferior today, portable is where it's at.
Relying of the uninstaller path only works if you installed in normal mode, as said.

Now, I'm not a C++ programmer, but can't you take the process ID and query the path from there, like Task Manager can?


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