1.3.0 (10/25/2009) * <Add> New UI for preferencing. * <Add> Setting the HUE, saturation and lightness of buttons. * <Add> Enhanced album-cover-search-path editor. * <Add> Title formatting syntax is enabled in cover-serach-path. * <Add> Allowed to add a frame to album-cover. * <Add> Information thumbnail. * <Add> Choose the information background. * <Add> Seperated album-cover thumbnail and information thumbnail displaying. * <Add> Adds controlling buttons to album-cover thumbnail. * <Add> Adds controlling buttons to information thumbnail. * <Add> Cycles in many album-covers. * <Add> Plays previous or next playlist. * <Add> Open the location of the track and album-cover. * <Add> Use caches to speed up application starting. * <Mod> Removes the .7tb files. Use .png files directly. * <Mod> Splits the Icon folder to two parts of playing and paused status. * <Del> Can't combine button styles from different theme. * <Tip> You can replace the buttons by directly replacing the caches.1.2.3 (8/22/2009) - <---> This version had been deleted and combined to 18.104.22.168.2.2 (6/30/2009) * <Add> New method to create the buttons. (No hooking) * <Add> Adds a border to the cover. * <Add> Allowed to customize the title of the main window. * <Add> Some new button styles.1.2.1 (6/26/2009) * <Fix> Failure if foobar2000 in a non-English folder.1.2.0 (6/25/2009) * <Add> Display album cover instead of UI-thumb. * <Fix> Some errors in the button-selection-list.1.1.1 (2/12/2009) * <Fix> Error loading the preferences.1.1.0 (2/11/2009) * <---> Display album cover instead of UI-thumb. * <Add> Users can customize button style. * <Add> Users can customize overlay-icon style. * <Add> Multi-language support.1.0.1 (2/11/2009) * <Fix> Failure when 'Resume playback after restart' checked. * <Fix> Display track progress on taskbar.1.0.0 (2/9/2009) * <---> The first version.
Are you running foobar2000 in compatibility mode?
I don't know about the Facets' problem but foobar2000 shouldn't maximize when clicking the taskbar button, neither do any other programs.Might've missed something but haven't noticed any program maximize that way.You can use Win+Up for maximize if you want.
This is not true - Most other programs restore to the state they were in previously, meaning that if they were maximized before, they will still be. This plugin is exceptional specifically because it doesn't do this.
Quote from: boombaard on 23 November, 2009, 04:35:27 PMThis is not true - Most other programs restore to the state they were in previously, meaning that if they were maximized before, they will still be. This plugin is exceptional specifically because it doesn't do this.I see what you mean, it doesn't restore to previous size.Not sure if that's intended, we'll see what nvjtk says.
There is no way to query progress for arbitrary tasks like RG scanning or converting.