I seem to have ran into some trouble with the Artwork View:I have tried setting Displayed Track to "Automatic (current selection/playing item)" and "Automatic (playlist selection/playing item)" but neither is following my current selection. However, just setting it to "Current Selection" works as expected. Am I misunderstanding "Automatic (current selection/playing item)" -- I'm interpreting it to be show the artwork for whatever item I have currently selected otherwise show the artwork for my currently playing item.
Would it be possible to add an variable to grouping patterns returning count of grouped elements?
Quote from: nevets1219 on 04 March, 2009, 10:13:18 PMI seem to have ran into some trouble with the Artwork View:I have tried setting Displayed Track to "Automatic (current selection/playing item)" and "Automatic (playlist selection/playing item)" but neither is following my current selection. However, just setting it to "Current Selection" works as expected. Am I misunderstanding "Automatic (current selection/playing item)" -- I'm interpreting it to be show the artwork for whatever item I have currently selected otherwise show the artwork for my currently playing item.If there's an item playing, it automatically displays corresponding album art, if not it shows either "current selection" (any selected item in whatever panel) or "playlist selection" (selected item in playlist, nowhere else)
Sorry, missed that. Still - we know it's not possible atm, but I was asking about possibility of implementing it (-;
@andrea.ippoBy default incoming files will be path sorted, so i guess your files are named without a tracknumber at the beginning. They are alphabetically in their folders?If you don't want to rename your files, go to: Preferences-->General "Sort incoming files by" and type %album artist% %date% %album% %tracknumber%That should do the job next time you'll add files to your playlists Oh, and the grouping in NG Playlist:I have set it up as[$upper(%album artist%)][ $char(8226) %album%] and it works here.EDIT: typo
[$stripprefix($upper(%album artist%))][ $char(8226) %album%]to remove the "The" (and an "A", too) or[$swapprefix($upper(%album artist%))][ $char(8226) %album%]if you want to keep the "The" (and an "A") after a comma at the end of the artists name.The same for sorting the incoming files:$stripprefix(%album artist%) %date% %album% %tracknumber%or$swapprefix(%album artist%) %date% %album% %tracknumber%
[$stripprefix($upper(%album artist%))] - %DATE% - [ $char(8226) %album%] - %DISCNUMBER% - %TRACKNUMBER% - %TITLE%
Is it possible to hide taskbar entry with columnsUI or possible to add the feature?
Why don't you want to have a taskbar button when foobar2000 is open anyways? If you want it hidden, just minimize foobar2000. This is standard acceptable behavior on Windows. All top level windows deserve a taskbar button.Blame it on the taskbar instead, but don't you ever blame it on applications that your taskbar is "cluttered".And yes, Windows 7's taskbar is a lot less cluttered. Finally MS fixed it.
While I'm at it: Is it planned to have the ability to disable the album art for certain groups? I'm thinking of displaying album art only if the number of items in the group is equal %totaltracks%. This would be extremely useful for playlists with full albums and single tracks mixed. It would also be possible to display album art only for albums which have more tracks than just two or three. Saves space.
I don't know if this is a bug, but in the earlier builds you could "search" (just type a letter) in the filter panels without open the search boxmaybe you could readd this feature?
Netvets that tool looks useful but i'm on x64 so it won't work.
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