When I try to register the library, this error pops up
Hey guys! Here is x64 version (link is the same as before). Sorry that it take so long.. Really had no free time last month. But now it seems that my rush is over and I will be able to work on this plugin. So, stay tuned
The second would be an option to customize what is shown in the toolbar.
Ok people, i spent a little time making a installer for the latest version of this plugin. If you wish you can download it from here. It will detect your O.S. version (x64 or x86), copy and register the proper DLL to your foobar2000 folder, and as a plus, will also move your config file to your foobar2000 folder and create a symbolic link inside the %AppData% so that you can use the plugin with portable installations (as i do) without having to mess with AppData folders.Please note that due to the fact that only Vista and Seven have the symlink tool built-in, the installer propably will work only on these two O.S's. If there's enough interest and the plugin developer decide to not implement a way to load the .ini from another folder beside the AppData one, i might add XP support too.If you test it, your feedbak is very welcome.
Perhaps you should take a different approach and allow using an external ZIP with the component (either manually or by downloading), so the installer becomes more generic and you won't have to update it with every version.
great plugin BrutuZ! I really like it!
definitely should add a seekbar
Is it possible to configure what buttons show up? I'd like to get rid of the Play/Stop button if possible.
2) The ability to store configuration info within the portable foobar folder rather than in %appdata%...4) Easy installation/uninstallation
1) More customization: layout, buttons shown, button icons, formatting
Quote from: Shaun1 on 21 April, 2010, 01:59:07 AM2) The ability to store configuration info within the portable foobar folder rather than in %appdata%...4) Easy installation/uninstallationBoth have already been adressed with [a href='index.php?act=findpost&pid=693261']my installer[/a].
Quote from: Shaun1 on 21 April, 2010, 01:59:07 AM1) More customization: layout, buttons shown, button icons, formattingIf you want to change the button icons, you can do so with a tool like Greenfish Icon Editor. It is able to edit the embedded icons in the .dll file.