XN includes a graphical layout designer.
To create a UUID, use UUIDGEN. You should already have this, as it is included with the Microsoft Platform SDK.
Quote from: Wizard on 25 May, 2006, 06:41:49 AMI can't seem to find this... Is it maybe part of Visual Studio 2005 and not of the SDK?I am positive it is not, because I do not own Visual Studio 2005. On my Windows 2000 machine which I use for these things, it's located in the Platform SDK "Bin" folder, which you might have in your PATH. That is "\Program Files\Microsoft Platform SDK for Windows Server 2003 R2\Bin\uuidgen.exe" here. This is the latest version of the PSDK for Windows 2000 and higher. Maybe you need to update your development environment.
I can't seem to find this... Is it maybe part of Visual Studio 2005 and not of the SDK?
v1.1 released, see first post.@xxiii: I need to make a preferences page for an exclude list, but since I use Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition which doesn't have resource dialog editor, I can't do it right now, only when I get a copy of Visual Studio 2005...
Quote from: Wizard on 12 April, 2006, 12:04:30 PMv1.1 released, see first post.@xxiii: I need to make a preferences page for an exclude list, but since I use Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition which doesn't have resource dialog editor, I can't do it right now, only when I get a copy of Visual Studio 2005...Still need this to be incorporated to be compatible with foo_browser and foo_uie_albumlist. Without excluding these two special playlists (*Browser* and Library view), it generates a new instance of these playlist instead of replacing/updating them.
the brackets make the shown information ugly. :-]i'd like to define a "(" instead of "["
I too would like to see a more customizable display. Changing what delimiters are used, changing what info is displayed, and so on...
Failed to load DLL: foo_playlist_name_enhanced.dllReason: This component is not compatible with this version of Windows and needs to be recompiled with a newer version of the foobar2000 SDK; please contact the author of this component to obtain an updated version of this component.
To permanently address the “bad allocation” bug present in very old versions of the foobar2000 SDK (released before 2006-07-30), foobar2000 now refuses to load components built with affected SDK versions when running on Windows Vista. Affected components can be fixed by just recompiling them with an updated version of the foobar2000 SDK.
Is there any chance this could happen? I'd really like to have this functionality in foobar 1.0.
If you're using the default interface, use layout editing mode to add the Playlist Manager to your layout. Right click on the column headers, and you can add the columns -- items, duration, and total size. This comes with Foobar...