0.4.4. / 2011-08-09* Bug fixes:** Fields available in formatting strings (added by this component) are now case-insensitive as they should be, e.g. %QUEUE_INDEX% is same as %queue_index%.* Improvements:** Additional fields available in formatting strings: %playlist_name% (name of the queued playlist corresponding to queued item), %list_index% (index of the queued item in the queued playlist), %list_total% (total number of items in the queued playlist).** Queue playlist functionality no longer identifies the queue playlist by name. This makes it safe to have other playlists with the same name as the queue playlist.
Works like charm, thanks! How about adding long forgotten option from queue manager, stop after queue ? Sometimes funny glitch occurs, and columns index / title / artist swap, but i cant remember at what circumstances, and returns to normal with next song.@zaede - whats wrong with shortcut ? In configuration - > keyboard shortcuts -> add -> add to playback queue (context/playing) works for me. Or perhaps You wanted key shortcut for popup window (like winamp had if i remember correctly), then i cant help.
What bothers me is that foobar plugins are scattered all over the web and takes lot of effort simply to search for them, someone should really group them in one place before it all turns into mess like miranda.
Quote from: temporarylogin on 24 August, 2011, 09:59:51 AMWhat bothers me is that foobar plugins are scattered all over the web and takes lot of effort simply to search for them, someone should really group them in one place before it all turns into mess like miranda.Every developer is free to add his components to the official components site.
zaede: I will implement this once I get the time. Just to be sure, you are referring to the "pop-up" window, right?
zaede: new version released with the feature
new version released with the feature
@zartywhat annoys you is in fact a cool feature: you just have to click on any item holding down the ctrl-key and can easily make a multiple selection.
In standard Windows, if you left-click once, you select the item. However, as part of the same operation, you can drag the object somewhere else without having to click again.
Holding down the Ctrl-key for multiple selects (not necessarily in a contiguous block) is also a standard Windows feature. So, I'm still not clear what the two left-clicks give me as payback in Foobar?
@zartywhat annoys you is in fact a cool feature: you just have to click on any item holding down ctrl-key and can easily make a multiple selection.