Honestly, I think adding that whole menu thing was a poor decision as it now forces a menu entry that when clicked, always adds foo_dsp_xgeq to the Active DSP list, which messes with my current settings. I had to go back to a previous version where there was no menu added.
adding some enabled checkbox (like the built-in eq has) which adds/removes from the list of active DSPs?
What would you want it to do if the eq is not in the list of active DSPs? Display an error message that you need to activate the eq yourself?Also, I don't understand why you had to go back. Nothing/nobody forces you to click View - Graphic Equalizer. You can still use the DSP manager in the preferences or the vst plugin's submenu.edit: I could also think of adding a dialog "The eq is not in the list of active DSPs, do you want to add it? [Yes] [No]". But isn't that annoying?Or adding some enabled checkbox (like the built-in eq has) which adds/removes from the list of active DSPs?
Where can I find (.xqeg) presets this is too much configuration for me.
Is is possible to make your EQ a default UI component?Or a Column UI one?
Quote from: khaos974 on 04 July, 2012, 03:28:58 AMIs is possible to make your EQ a default UI component?Or a Column UI one?In order to make sure that player uses this plugin instead of buit-in equalizer just goto preferences click DSP Manager and add "Graphic Equalizer' into Active DSP list and remove "Equalizer' from it if it's there
Works fine for me.You may have chosen not to install a necessary dependency at installation. Try running the foobar installer again and choose the "Full" option.Make sure Graphic Equalizer has been added to (and configured at) the Active DSP list which is located at Preferences > Playback > DSP Manager.
Hello,I'd like to know if there was a way to include the Graphic Eq into the GUI, or even better to replace the built in Eq with it, and if that's possible, how to do it ?I'd like to insert it into a Tab...Thanks