How can I make this area darker to match the playlist font/background colors?
makuab: If you mean the background of the menu and playback controls, I imagine that is dependent upon your visual configuration in Windows and nothing to do with foobar2000.
Is it possible to use more than one field for a filter?I'm trying to create a filter using the ARTIST and ARTISTSORTORDER tags in my files. What I want is for an artist to be separately listed twice. For example, I'd like Django Reinhardt to be listed as "Django Reindardt" and "Reinhardt, Django".
you need to use $set_stylehttp://yuo.be/wiki/columns_ui:config:colour_string
on the layout tab in the columns UI display preferences, you can add a new layout. each layout is then available via the main view menu. these menu items can be bound to shortcuts/buttons to make switching much faster.unfortunately, it won't resize the window for you. that requires more complex scripting with the panel stack splitter component. it does take a lot more effort to get into.
Problem: My genre filter box in columns_ui is treating multiple genres as one genrePrograms involved: i used MusicBrainz Picard to tag my content. It; separates; multiple; genres; like; this. Foobar treats it all as one genre (i.e. "It; separates; multiple; genres; like; this" is a single genre).
Is it possible to use more than one field for a filter?I'm trying to create a filter using the ARTIST and ARTISTSORTORDER tags in my files. What I want is for an artist to be separately listed twice. For example, I'd like Django Reinhardt to be listed as "Django Reindardt" and "Reinhardt, Django".I tried using "artist; artistsortorder" (among others) in the Field column in the Filter configuration dialog, but it only returned the first value. Then I assumed that maybe it'd look for the first value in a file, and upon not finding it, would look for the second. I was incorrect.If it isn't currently possible to use multiple fields for a filter, then my questions for the component's developer are thus: (1) Would he consider adding the ability to use multiple fields? (2) Or failing that, would he consider adding the capability for a filter to look for an ordered list of fields one by one until it finds a field in the list? I would much rather have (1) than (2). Yes, I know that (2) can currently be accomplished using title formatting but those scripts can be become rather long/complicated. It would simply make filter configuration easier for the end-user.Any relevant response is appreciated, and thanks beforehand.
I am using columns UI and trying to change the color of the play cursor (don't know if this is the right term). I can change the color of the selection cursor but not the play cursor. Anyone know how to do that?
To answer your first question, sort of.My artist filter is "ArtistSortOrder;Album Artist;Artist" and in my experience, it looks for the first value, if it finds one it stops, otherwise it goes to the next. So I'd just see "Reinhardt, Django" no matter what else was in the tags. Since you'll always have an Artist tagged you'd need ArtistSortOrder to come first otherwise it'll never show up in your filters.AFAIK, the only way you can do what you want would be to add both "Django Reinhardt" and "Reinhardt, Django" to your Artist field (just separate them with semi-colons). If you do that, you'd either have to remove ArtistSortOrder from the columns filter, or never tag ARTISTSORTORDER for those files which you want to be displayed both ways.
I mean the bar that moves down in the list when going to a new song
Hey guys,You know the alternating lines inside the playlists? (see circle in picture)Is it possible to remove those there and add it to the NG Playlist?