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req: new playback orders + update to foo_pl_hopper
post Jun 7 2004, 10:29
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could anyone (other than me - for ssamadhi97 wink.gif) implement these new playback orders?

- repeat album - next track is the following track in playlist if and only if %album% doesn't change. otherwise it's the track above the playing one which follows a track with different %album% tag (first such a track going from the playing one up to the first one). of course you have to handle cases when there's no such a track (only one album in playlist, album at the start / end of playlist etc.)

- repeat directory - same as previous, using path instead. useful for multiple-cds-release-in-a-dir, for files with incorrect tags etc.

- repeat selection - that one would go over selected tracks. contrary to the previous two, tracks doesn't have to follow each other. i have script that can expand selection to whole albums, so i can basically select track from album a, track from album b, hit shift+a to select all tracks from albums a and b and then use 'repeat selection' on them.

and i have even request for new version of good old foo_pl_hopper.dll plugin:

- make it work without 'follow cursor' and over playing playlist, not the visible / active one

This post has been edited by mazy: Oct 25 2004, 23:33

info about my tag guesser script for foo_lua (preview version available):
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post Oct 25 2004, 22:04
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QUOTE (mazy @ Jun 7 2004, 11:29 AM)
could anyone implement these new playback orders?

I'm sure that someone could do that. How about you for example?

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