Quote from: someth on 25 October, 2010, 02:59:02 AMI want to skip songs that are played less than a week ago and more than once.Create an autoplaylist by entering the following string into the Library Seach field (Library > Search):NOT (%play_count% GREATER 1 AND %last_played% DURING LAST 1 WEEK)Then select "Create autoplaylist" in the button menu next to the search field.
I want to skip songs that are played less than a week ago and more than once.
Could you implement a variable like %will_be_skipped% that will show you wich track is going to be skipped in dependence of the string you use.
does it have any special reason because of you again and again tell people to use autoplaylists? This skip component is not by far just a replacement for what you can do with autoplaylists.
Which difference are talking of, other than still seeing tracks in a playlist without foobar actually playing them?
my skip string is:(%rating% IS 1) AND (NOT %playlist_name% IS "Windows Explorer")
Quote from: q-stankovic on 13 August, 2006, 03:39:53 PMCould you implement a variable like %will_be_skipped% that will show you wich track is going to be skipped in dependence of the string you use.Another try!
Add a tag field named SKIP and give it timecodes to inform what part to skip. For example to not hear first 30 seconds of a track use value -0:30. To skip the last minute of a 5 minute track use value 4:00-. To only hear the first 30 seconds and the last minute of the above 5 minute track use value 0:30-4:00. To skip both the beginning and the end separate the timecodes with a semicolon (-0:30;4:00-).
but I want to skip tracks that I haven't played yet, say under a certain threshold (5 plays)