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  • Frouu
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Reply #400
Could you re-add Set Mixer Volume?  I found that enormously useful.  Thanks!


Problem solved.
It's possible to set volume by another utils such as:
http://www.forrestheller.com/set_volume/
by "Launch application" command.


To developer:
I need a "Enable stop after current" future. It would be great if you add an option to run any command from foobar menu.

  • 3ddfreak
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Reply #401
The wakeup from standby/hibernate function doesn't work here... I'm sure it worked a few months ago but I haven't been using this plugin for some time...


Go to Control Panel\Power Options\Change Plan Settings\Change Advanced Power Settings\Sleep\Allow Wake Timers,
-> and changing the value to enable 'on battery'/'plugged in' will remediate it.




Thanks andrew_smolko for this component!


Thank you, everything works fine now! 

foo_scheduler
Reply #402
To developer:
I need a "Enable stop after current" future. It would be great if you add an option to run any command from foobar menu.


Note that "enable stop after current" is not a main menu entry in foobar: there is a "stop after current" toggle entry that disable the option if it is enabled. Apart from that i would dislike a list with hundreds of possible commands which biggest part absolutely doesn't make sense in foo_scheduler. However, a great part of the entries in main menu -> playback would be useful especially that ones provided by 3rd-party components as the entries from the core are anyhow available in foo_scheduler in a different way.
german support forum: www.foobar-users.de / user: qwert73

  • kopf
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Reply #403
A trigger, "Reached end of playlist" would be nice, for triggering putting the computer to sleep after playing some music while in bed... I don't want to have to figure out what time playback will finish at and set a time/date trigger every time I want to do this.
http://ventolin.org - sredzkistra├če

foo_scheduler
Reply #404
Add player event: playback stop for that.
german support forum: www.foobar-users.de / user: qwert73

  • turkeevmv
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Reply #405
feature request: time trigger - for each X days starting from Y.
It would be very useful for me. Thanks.

  • tg2k3
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Reply #406
hey, i was  trying out this component and i was surprised that title formatting variables such as %path% etc. are not available for the "launch application" action. am i wrong or is that not implemented?
  • Last Edit: 04 May, 2011, 08:55:39 PM by tg2k3

  • fuflo
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Reply #407
Add player event: playback stop for that.

And which "reason" in the configuration of "playback stop" would be reaching the end of playlist?


Because i'm confused looking at those 3 reasons actually.




* Stop command  - seems like a manual stop by a button or keyboard shortcut, so doesn't fit.

* End-of-file signal - literally this would be after current playing file ends.

* Starting new track - doesn't make sense to me at all.. how is it stop, if it's starting?




I guess the options need to be renamed to a more fitting descriptions. I remember using 3.x version and there was an option for "end of playlist".


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  • andrew_smolko
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foo_scheduler
Reply #408
Add player event: playback stop for that.

And which "reason" in the configuration of "playback stop" would be reaching the end of playlist?
Because i'm confused looking at those 3 reasons actually.
* Stop command  - seems like a manual stop by a button or keyboard shortcut, so doesn't fit.
* End-of-file signal - literally this would be after current playing file ends.
* Starting new track - doesn't make sense to me at all.. how is it stop, if it's starting?
I guess the options need to be renamed to a more fitting descriptions. I remember using 3.x version and there was an option for "end of playlist".

Depends on order of playback. If the current order is Default then End-of-file signal is what you want, the end of playlist. But if the order differs from Default then there's no end of playlist... So, End-of-file signal means that there's nothing to play in the current playlist.
  • Last Edit: 18 May, 2011, 05:56:51 PM by andrew_smolko

  • fuflo
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Reply #409
ok thanks.

  • Anomalous
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Reply #410
Quote from: Crespire link=msg=0 date=
I would really like an option as an action to switch output devices.

foobar API doesn't allow this.

Would it be possible to add an event for when the primary sound driver changes?

  • uzumaki82
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Reply #411
I am having an issue using this. I can't get the computer to shutdown! I am running windows 7 x64. I was using Columns UI with Darkone 3.1. I also tried disabling columns UI but it didn't help.  I have tried loading a track, adjusting the scheduler preferences to use end of file signal and action Shutdown. But, nothing happens when I fast forward to a few seconds left of the song and let it end. I have tried running foobar as administrator but it still won't work. I also tried launch application "C:\Windows\system32\Shutdown.exe -s -t 00" which also didn't work. (I also tried launch application "Shutdown.exe -s -t 00"). What am I doing wrong?

  • Andreasvb
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Reply #412
Then it's some program that's preventing it, do you have ┬ÁTorrent or any other BitTorrent program running?
Try close as many programs you can, try with one at a time until you find the offending one.

As it doesn't work with the shutdown utility in Windows it's nothing foo_scheduler can fix.
Windows 10 Pro x64 // foobar2000 1.3.10

  • romor
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foo_scheduler
Reply #413
try:

Quote
at 0:00 shutdown /s


at command prompt.

Also you could create custom batch like:

at 0:00 foobar2000.exe /exit
at 0:01 shutdown /s

to let foobar exit gracefully before shutting down

0:00 is just example to see if scheduling works fine
  • Last Edit: 26 June, 2011, 10:45:32 AM by romor

  • uzumaki82
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Reply #414
I am having an issue using this. I can't get the computer to shutdown! I am running windows 7 x64. I was using Columns UI with Darkone 3.1. I also tried disabling columns UI but it didn't help.  I have tried loading a track, adjusting the scheduler preferences to use end of file signal and action Shutdown. But, nothing happens when I fast forward to a few seconds left of the song and let it end. I have tried running foobar as administrator but it still won't work. I also tried launch application "C:\Windows\system32\Shutdown.exe -s -t 00" which also didn't work. (I also tried launch application "Shutdown.exe -s -t 00"). What am I doing wrong?

Nevermind, I'm a dummy. I figured out something more fundamental was wrong when I couldn't get foobar to simply exit. I didn't add the action to the event.  Thank you for your prompt responses.

  • -Richy-
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foo_scheduler
Reply #415
Sorry, I have problems with the actions Next/previous track.
The action "previous track" change to "Next track".

  • Mandark
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foo_scheduler
Reply #416
Another feature req:
Could we get another "relative" mode to the "once" definitions?

Something like "a half an hour from now", "in 45 minutes" etc.

foo_scheduler
Reply #417
You can create a "main item event" and assign it with an action that begins with a delay.
german support forum: www.foobar-users.de / user: qwert73

  • Mandark
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foo_scheduler
Reply #418
Indeed, just what I've been looking for, thank you

  • -Richy-
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Reply #419
In my opinion there is a bug in foo_scheduler!

The action "previous track" changes from the "current track" to "next track".
  • Last Edit: 01 July, 2011, 07:34:53 AM by -Richy-

  • delusion
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foo_scheduler
Reply #420
Thank you for this very useful plugin!

I have a question:
I want foobar playing tracks while foo_scheduler is counting down a delay and then shutting down the machine. So far this works fine. BUT: once the countdown has finished, foobar aborts the current song. How can I manage that the last song does play up to its end before stopping and shutting down?


+1
for switching playlists

  • smme
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foo_scheduler
Reply #421
Thank you for this very useful plugin!

I have a question:
I want foobar playing tracks while foo_scheduler is counting down a delay and then shutting down the machine. So far this works fine. BUT: once the countdown has finished, foobar aborts the current song. How can I manage that the last song does play up to its end before stopping and shutting down?


+1
for switching playlists


Cool trick - it works - thank you! The only thing is: it requires the next playlist to be empty.

  • deathell
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foo_scheduler
Reply #422
I hope a function could be added to realize "stop in XX mintues". For example, add an option "after" in date/time event to act actions after a specified time. It will be much easier as a implementation of sleep function than assigning exact time according to current time every time.

  • trout
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Reply #423
deathell,

This is something that can't be handled by the "delay" function? Not sure I understand what you need.
  • Last Edit: 09 August, 2011, 09:57:27 PM by trout
~ Sorry for my bad english.

  • shdowmyst
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Reply #424
Its a wonderful plugin but I cant figure out how to do what I want:
On a random playlist, After an 'end of file signal' (its the only event i can send remotely from foo_http control)
Switch to 'sleeptime' playlist and start playing it. It works, but the problem:
at the end of  'sleeptime' which contains 5 songs, the event starts over (since its triggered by an 'end of file signal')

If i set the final action to disable, I have to re-enable it again manually every time i run foobar. Is there a solution that enable an event if foobar started?

the other problem: I have to start a batch file after the second 'end of file signal' is that possible? seams like all the events runs simultaneously