I added some stuff and sent it to cwbowron - hope he likes it ^^.My current format string (inserted before the tracklength):$if(%queueindex%,'['%queueindexes%/%queuelength%']')(With some additional colorcodes)This gives results like:[2/5][3,4/5]
I don't get it. Tried putting your line in a new column, tried putting in in front of the length-column, nothing happened, althougs there are songs in the queue.Can you explain? TIA!
Quote from: vlada on 17 August, 2006, 07:05:08 PM But I agree with Chronial, that the queue shouldn't be touched if I double click a file. Is anywhere an official foobar2000 feature request thread, where I could post this?Post just a new topic under "General". But i don't understand your problem: Why should you define a queue and then start playback by doubleclicking?
But I agree with Chronial, that the queue shouldn't be touched if I double click a file. Is anywhere an official foobar2000 feature request thread, where I could post this?
Btw. Is it possible to delete a file from a queue?
Sometimes I put some songs in a queue which I want to hear. Then I decide, that right now I want to listen do a certain song, so I double click it. But I'd like my queue to continue then.It is also useful when more people are operating with the player (at a party). You don't want anybody else to delete so simply your queue.Btw. Is it possible to delete a file from a queue?
Discussion of how the queue operates and suggestions as to how it should work are well outside the scope of this plugin.
%cwb_replaygain_mode% is for displaying what mode you're using not set it as I see. And I don't think changing player settings with tagz string is a good idea although it seems to be convenient.
I don't know if there are any callbacks that inform plugins when replaygain mode changes.
I have some more suggestions concerning the queue:foobar stores the playlist of the queued file - could you make this accessible to tagz, so we can check it against %playlist_name% to see if it is really _this_ playlist entry that is enqueued? (I don't think the default %queueindex% should do this - this would keep interesting information away from us ("Is _this file_ enqueued?").
So I thought about the problem and in my opinion the only use of such a variable would be to have the answer to one question: "on which playlist will the queue end?" - so I created a field that will hold just this information(%cwb_queue_end_playlist%). You'll have access to it, once cwbrown adds it to his release (if he decides to do so)
%cwb_queue_end_playlist% returns the playlist the last song of the queue belongs to. If there is not queue, or the llast song hast no playlist, it will return nothing ("?");