How does the albumart feature work for non-embedded art work? I am assuming that it is set up in Advanced -> Display, but nothing I try shows me the file in the viewer. My file structure is: "E:\My Music\Artist\Album\AlbumName.jpg"
Every 2nd row in the playlist is a bit lighter/darker. The difference between them is too small for my taste. Can this be changed?Yeah the new playlist grouping layout, isn't that exactly what musicmusic started a couple of weeks ago?What files does the album art element look for, if none is embedded?
In the Advanced options pane, You have a setting for the default album art image.
What does "Album art stub image path" do exactly? Default image file name? Can I use TAGZ here or field names like %artist% and %album% and so on?
albumartI'm also curious about what files albumart is looking for.Embedded covers in APEv2 tags (Mp3Tag syle) doesn't seem to work. Image files are recognised when they have the file names "folder, front, back, disc,..." I guess.Would be nice to show images which names include these keywords, so we can still have the artist, album, etc in the file names...
Quote from: Fandango on 20 October, 2007, 12:56:14 PMEmbedded covers in APEv2 tags (Mp3Tag syle) doesn't seem to work.Works fine with FLAC embedded covers (especially with the correctly added covers, it means --picture flac command-line option with TYPE param).
Embedded covers in APEv2 tags (Mp3Tag syle) doesn't seem to work.
As a general observation: people in this thread are too focussed on configuration rather than usage and doing stuff with foobar. A significant amount of minor features... and possibilities to combine new features - havent been discovered yet, because people are more concerned with configuration rather than usage.
Quote from: Fandango on 20 October, 2007, 12:56:14 PMWhat does "Album art stub image path" do exactly? Default image file name? Can I use TAGZ here or field names like %artist% and %album% and so on?I'd like to know that too. I keep all my covers in one folder and so far I had no luck setting up this feature.
maybe a (small) bug:When I add (or rename) a file as folder.jpg or cover.jpg for an album already present in the current playlist, the cover doesn't display even if I double click on any song (of the playlist). I either have to restart fb2k or to use another playlist and then return back to see it.Minor inconveniance... discovered while trying to check which name I should give to external album art.
Can we have a technical definition (maybe a perl regular expression) of what files are parsed as album art? All I read was just guessing (like [regex] ".*folder\.jpg$")