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foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #175
System restore was the thing causing the problem, and I reverted back to a time where the playlists were perfectly fine.
and foo_jesus didn't work as foo_plorg won't load the configuration, for some reason it completely ignores it and places all the playlists in folder called 'New'.When I jumble the playlists around and put them in different folders and then shut down foobar2000, delete the config file, open up foobar2000, it still shows the jumbled around playlists. As if it completely ignoring what it says in the config.
And equally important, it also doesn't put new data into the configuration file, no matter how much playlists I do put in folders the config stays like this:
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Have you checked the read/write permissions for the foobar program and application data folders?

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #176
System restore was the thing causing the problem, and I reverted back to a time where the playlists were perfectly fine.
and foo_jesus didn't work as foo_plorg won't load the configuration, for some reason it completely ignores it and places all the playlists in folder called 'New'.When I jumble the playlists around and put them in different folders and then shut down foobar2000, delete the config file, open up foobar2000, it still shows the jumbled around playlists. As if it completely ignoring what it says in the config.
And equally important, it also doesn't put new data into the configuration file, no matter how much playlists I do put in folders the config stays like this:
Code: [Select]
Ñ="²ÄõF€1–æ’¼ õ[ !'ÜBF$nâ Äýæ   Ñcõi%ßN»05–Üedó+   %node_name%$if(%is_folder%,' ('%count%']',) *ž§A¡² kmk    thAoBL¢xi„D5ñÈ   }
bª·âIŸ'#ö#U±È    îyÞ7 •M¿¦;J‘ÅÜ  =^ⶾwLK…
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Have you checked the read/write permissions for the foobar program and application data folders?
Yes, and all the permissions are correct. The strange thing is that is does edit and read the configuration file, but completely ignores the part about the folders and playlists within those folders. Or nodes, as it is called here.

And I have also checked: any manual change (that is, using notepad and typing information in myself) in the configuration file, no matter how subtle will cause foobar to display an error that the configuration file is corrupted. I don't know if this is related, however.
Also copy-pasting working configuration files does work, but it still doesn't load the information about the playlists and playlist folders.

Note that I have done system restores before with this component installed, and it caused no such problem.

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #177
bump. I'm giving it one more day, but otherwise I have to do this manually. What I'm afraid of however is that this will happen again.

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #178
A new version has been uploaded, please check the changelog for details.


foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #179
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Current version
1.8, released on 2010-10-21

Huh?
The very act of observing, influences what happens.

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #180
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Current version
1.9, released on 2011-04-15

What?

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #181
When you first made your announcement, we all downloaded 1.8 and not 1.9. Just a little confused is all.
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foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #183
Failed loading with 1.1.6. beta 5 on my side

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #184
Works fine here.

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Core (2011-04-15 12:17:56 UTC)
    foobar2000 core 1.1.6 beta 5

Windows 7 x64 SP1.
Windows 10 Pro x64 // foobar2000 1.3.10

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #185
1.9.1 doesn't load for me with foobar 1.1.5 on windows 7 x64.  I installed the C++ package you linked to a few posts up as well.

Error Message:

Failed to load DLL: foo_plorg.dll
Reason: This component is missing a required dependency, or was made for different version of foobar2000.

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #186
Sixth Street: Which runtime did you install?
Windows 10 Pro x64 // foobar2000 1.3.10

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #187
You need to install the 32bit runtime, even if you are on a 64bit windows, methinks - that's the way it worked for me.

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #188
You need to install the 32bit runtime, even if you are on a 64bit windows, methinks - that's the way it worked for me.


Yup that worked.  Needed the 32bit runtime.  Thanks to all for troubleshooting!

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #189
Would not load for me, either.  Running Foobar 1.1.5 on XP (32 bit) platform.  Please help...


Error Message:

Failed to load DLL: foo_plorg.dll
Reason: This component is missing a required dependency, or was made for different version of foobar2000.


Thanks much


foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #191
a request:
since I use drag'n'drop of music tracks really frequently, holding CTRL every time to target a playlist is nonsense. If someone finds that feature useful, could there at least be an option to reverse drag and drop behavior (Left mouse to drop a selection to playlist; Left mouse+CTRL to create a new playlist)?

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #192
a request:
since I use drag'n'drop of music tracks really frequently, holding CTRL every time to target a playlist is nonsense. If someone finds that feature useful, could there at least be an option to reverse drag and drop behavior (Left mouse to drop a selection to playlist; Left mouse+CTRL to create a new playlist)?


yes, this would be fine.

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #193
I've added the point to the todo list "Get rid of Ctrl key and merge it's behavior (adding the dropped content to a playlist) in normal operation"


 

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #195
I've added the point to the todo list "Get rid of Ctrl key and merge it's behavior (adding the dropped content to a playlist) in normal operation"

great! Don't know if it was mentioned before, but vertical padding of items/duration/size text needs a fix, it's 1 pixel higher than playlists.

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #196
Would not load for me, either.  Running Foobar 1.1.5 on XP (32 bit) platform.  Please help...


Error Message:

Failed to load DLL: foo_plorg.dll
Reason: This component is missing a required dependency, or was made for different version of foobar2000.


Thanks much

Same problem here with foo_plorg & foo_quicksearch. Worked fine prior to latest version.

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #197
Please read the thread before posting

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #198
The reason is that foobar2000 isn't a 64-bit program.
Doesn't matter if your Windows is x64, you will need the x86 runtime to be able to use the components with foobar2000.

Get the correct runtime from first post and it will work fine.
Windows 10 Pro x64 // foobar2000 1.3.10

foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)

Reply #199
Wrong edit (Version 2.0 not ready yet - Reverted to 1.9.1)
Please do not use version 2.0 if you downloaded it, revert to 1.9.1

 
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