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Delete file from disk when I delete from playlist
Cool Javelin
post Mar 8 2012, 02:39
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Hello to all you on Hydrogen, I am new here.

I am using the free version of FooBar2000 on my XP and would like to know,

Is there a way I can delete a music (.flac or .mp3) file from the hard drive when I remove it from the playlist?

Currently, I can single click on a item in the playlist and hit the delete key, I see it goes away from the play list, but the music stays on the hard drive.

Can I remove both in one operation?

If I right click on a playlist entry, it seems the entire playlist gets highlighted.

Thanks for you help,

Mark.
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Wander
post Mar 8 2012, 09:20
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You need the File Operations plugin (can be selected in foobar2000's installer). I'm not shure why your whole playlist is selected when right-clicking, but maybe you could use 'strg' to select the items you want and then right click -> File Operations -> Delete File(s).
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dhromed
post Mar 8 2012, 10:16
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QUOTE (Cool Javelin @ Mar 8 2012, 02:39) *
I am using the free version of FooBar2000 on my XP


Note: there is no paid version.
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Cool Javelin
post Mar 8 2012, 20:31
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Wander:

That was the ticket, thanks.

dhromed:

I wasn't sure that was the case, just wanted to make sure I put the most info out there I could think of the first time. Thanks.

I am good on this issue, if I can figure out how, I will mark it solved.

Mark.
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