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Reply #25
Stop after album 2.4

ADD: (mainmenu) | Playback | Control | Previous playlist after album
ADD: (mainmenu) | Playback | Control | Next playlist after album
ADD: Advanced Preferences | Playback | Stop after album | Previous playlist & play
ADD: Advanced Preferences | Playback | Stop after album | Next playlist & play

Playing the highlighted track of the previous/next playlist (first track, if no track highlighted).

FIX: bugs fixed, code simplifing/pruning

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Reply #26
Stop after album 2.5

FIX: "Next/Previous playlist & play" now works with "playback follows cursor" disabled

Tip: "stop after current" button in CUI-toolbar
CUI-Button-Toolbar | Button options | Add | Playback/Stop after current
Indicates whether "stop after current" is enabled or not



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Reply #27
Nice work dude!  Perhaps you could include a "skip to next playlist on last in playlist" option? Since you already have stop after last track and next playlist after album, I would guess it's just a matter of combining those two? Just in case I make a playlist with multiple albums (that does happen sometimes...). 

Also, it doesn't seem to detect when a new version is out with the updater? Dunno how that works exactly, but just a heads up.

Hmm, is there a discussion thread for this component? I suppose this post should go there...


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Reply #29
Stop after album 2.6

FIX: only once commands in advanced preferences



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Reply #30
Stop after album 2.7

ADD: Menu | Playback | Control | Next playlist after playlist end (ON/OFF)

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Reply #31
Stop after album 2.8

ADD: Menu | Playback | Control | Next playlist after playlist end (1st track) (ON/OFF)
ADD: Menu | Playback | Control | Repeat playlist (ON/OFF)

thanks to kode54 for hint.



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Reply #32
Stop after album 2.9

CHG: (mainmenu command) Previous playlist (focused track) -> Previous playlist (1st track)
CHG: (mainmenu command) Stop after albums (1-10) -> Stop after albums once (1-10)
CHG: (mainmenu command) Stop after tracks (1-20) -> Stop after tracks once (1-20)
ADD: (mainmenu command) Timebomb | Timebomb# min, Abort
ADD: (mainmenu command) Alarm | 0.5h - 5h, Alarm# min, Abort

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Reply #33
Stop after album 3.0


CHG: skipalbum, repeatalbum, etc. improvements



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Reply #34
Thank you so much for this.

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Reply #35
Stop after album 3.1


ADD: shorter alarm times (5s-0.5h)



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Reply #36
Stop after album 3.2

ADD: Gap tracks submenu: 5s - 1h,  track length



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Reply #37
Stop after album 3.3


ADD: Gap album submenu: 5s - 1h, track length
FIX: few bugs



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Reply #38
Stop after album 3.4


RMV: Next playlist after album (focused track)
RMV: Next playlist (focused track)
CHG: Repeat playlist -> Repeat playlist once
CHG: minor issues

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Reply #39
foobar 1.1.11 -> fading -> automatic track change(10000-0) -> gap track - track length is turn on -> track don't change
(visibly seekbar stop in few second before end of track)

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Reply #40
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track length is turn on
This feature means that you have to wait the whole length of the last track before the next track starts.
example: last track length: 5min23sec -> gap is 5min23sec. Keep in mind that there can be very long gaps, be cautious.

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track don't change
Can't reproduce. next track starts after length of last track

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(visibly seekbar stop in few second before end of track)
This only happens here, if i choose "automatic track change - Fade out:10000" and "stop after current" is active.

EDIT: Ok, i think i know now what the problem might be:
There is no fade-in in "gap track" mode. This is easy to explain: there is no automatic track change. It works like this: "stop after current" is set, at end of track a timer is activated, and then next track is started. (so no "automatic track change")

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Reply #41
my problem is loud track after gap.
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There is no fade-in in "gap track" mode.

question is can i turn-on fade-in after track gap?

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Reply #42
I can't find a way.
Maybe i'am wrong, but there is no option to fade-in on starting track (only "pause and stop" etc.)

EDIT:
I used for starting track after gap:
virtual void playback_control::start ( t_track_command p_command = track_command_play,bool p_paused = false)
-> no fade-in

alternative would be:
void playback_control::play_start (t_track_command p_command = track_command_play,bool p_paused = false)
fade-in?

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Reply #43
Stop after album 3.5


FIX: stop after album for untagged tracknumber/totaltracks


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Reply #44
Stop after album 3.6


ADD: Postgap, Add a pause after the track in seconds (x.xx) defined by tag %postgap%.


Download: see first post

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Reply #45
Would it be possible to select a song in a playlist and do some sort of "stop after this track"?

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Reply #46
This is a feature of fbuser's wonderful Playlist attributes. The option is called "Stop after focused track".


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Reply #48
hi, just try 3.6, at first, good idea finally to see that "Repeat (track)" has now priority over stopAA (actually how it logically should be), but when turn "Repeat (track)" off while has stopAA active it just go to the next album after the previous last album track. bummer..

switching back to 3.4

 
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