Does it play the files through the iPod, with the iPod as the player, or does it load them into foobar2000 to play them? Under the first scenario it might just play my ALAC files, but it won't under the second
Does it play the files through the iPod, with the iPod as the player, or does it load them into foobar2000 to play them?
QuoteYou can see the same in foobar by loading your library, and seeing the difference when you sort by:"%artist%"or "%artist%|%album%|%discnumber%|$num(%tracknumber%,2)|%title%".o.O Interesting weirdness, I see what you mean. Never noticed it before since I generally don't sort my playlists in foobar. Thanks for your time on getting this straightened out, really appreciate it since I can't honestly say it'll come up for many users.
You can see the same in foobar by loading your library, and seeing the difference when you sort by:"%artist%"or "%artist%|%album%|%discnumber%|$num(%tracknumber%,2)|%title%".
Quote from: toology on 15 June, 2006, 12:13:24 PMYes, AFAIK it requiers iPod Service to be installed.No it doesn't. That's only for the mount/unmount commands.
Yes, AFAIK it requiers iPod Service to be installed.
Well, then it IS required. Or am I missing something?
For the record, foo_pod does NOT require the service: it mounts/unmounts the device regardless.Alessandro
0.2.8 TEST released. Details in changelog. Main thing that needs testing is how new drive scanner works. The drive scanner is the first step in most of the iPod commands.
Quote from: mobyduck on 22 June, 2006, 11:37:01 AMWell, then it IS required. Or am I missing something?1. What is the problem with installing iPodService? I must be missing something.
1. This is not foo_pod, nor is it in competition with foo_pod, or intended as a replacement.
2. I'd like to see you mount the iPod using foo_pod without iPodService installed.
In short: did you actually try and use the component?
If I try Check if up-to-date on iPod or Find songs on iPod I receive a No iPod found! error (and yes, I can access my iPod from Windows Explorer). This is with 0.2.8 TEST.
I don't know if this is an issue with foo_dop, but recently my iPod has started behaving strangely. When I skip to the next track, sometimes it will start playing that track at a random point, sometimes half way through, sometimes near the end, sometimes a few seconds after the start. Pressing the 'previous track' button causes it to start playing from the start, but it's still very annoying.I'm using 0.2.7. I'll try 0.2.8 now.
I'm having playlist issues again. (see my earlier posts). this time all of the "smart" playlists are entirely changing when i mount the ipod.i'm not sure how to attach the DB files to this post or even where to send them (all together they're 14 MB)music music how would you like me to get you these files?also- regardless of this- as soon as playlist managment is implemented i'm kissing itunes goodbye.thank you so much MM.
I used latest "test version" and it went smoothly except for some files which produced the following failed to transfer error "gave up searching for a reasonable file name"does this mean that the filename on my computer is too long?
i'm sorry- not smart playlists.the OTG playlist. when i mount my ipod it is saved as OTG1, OTG2 etc.everytime i plug in my ipod the contents of OTG change when it switches to OTG1. and even the previously saved OTG2,3,4 change when i mount the ipod.
I've found a bug that Im surprised no one else has found due to its impact of the use of your iPod (4g iPod 20gb in my case). What happens is that when selecting a song I can not select anything that has multiple words, I have to first select a song that is a single word and then go next. For example I can't play the song Dani California unless I select the song Charlie and press previous twice. I think this is why oldmate Apple renamed the files to four unspaced letters when sending them to the iPod. It would be great if this would be fixed in the next release so I can continue using foo_dop as my primary iPod thingy
sorry for being so dumb but how do i get those files before the OTG is saved as a regular playlist- it does this every time i plug it in.i've never used anything but itunes and foo_dop for my ipod and itunes does not open automatically. but everytime i plug it in it changes the OTG playlist to regular one.my ipod is a 5G (video)...
one more stupid question- where is the attachment option for this forum?