Re: foo_youtube Reply #1125 – 2019-09-06 18:36:12 Hello @3dyd,A bug report & a feature requestBUG REPORT:foobar2000 version: 1.4.6 (portable)foo_youtube_3.1.1.fb2k-componentISSUE: Non-Windows-default(%temp%) Temporary directories are not accepted as caching locationsSteps to replicate -1. Goto Library>Configure>Tools>Youtube Source>Network>Main>Temporary Directory2. Add a different directory such as C:\foocache\3. Click OK4. Add a youtube URL File>Youtube Source>Add Multiple URLs... and play it.5. Notice that 3dyd still uses %temp% folder to download all the audio data. The file %temp%\3dyd-something-something keeps getting created and gets larger.6. Restart foobar2000 just to ensure new setting takes effect.7. Play a youtube URL.8. Notice that 3dyd still uses %temp% folder to download all the audio data. The file %temp\3dyd-something-something still keeps getting created and gets larger.Workaround -The only workaround I know is to open foobar2000 using the following batch script so any and all temping that foobar200 does is done only using the specified directory in the batch script.mkdir Y:\foocache\TEMPmkdir Y:\foocache\TMPset TEMP=Y:\foocache\TEMPset TMP=Y:\foocache\TMPstart "" "<path_to_foobar2000_folder>\foobar2000.exe"exitFEATURE REQUEST-I use RAMDISKs in windows. Not the component foo_ramdisk. But a 3rd party ramdisk software. I like to minimize writes to disk as much as possible. So I use the workaround above to cache all the raw audio data it to my ramdisk volume.Ideally what I'd like is an option that allows for EVERYTHING(the raw audio data as well as metadata) to be cached directly in RAM in the foobar2000.exe process itself a la mpv.Also because I don't want the data permanently stored on my computer however small it may be. I'd rather it be retrieved once more when required.If not the all the metadata, then at least the raw audio data.Thank you reading 3dyd, it's a wonderful extension regardless.