Last post by Anselm - @anamorphic: I mean exact files... duplicates are handled by similarity and library work @Rollin: yes, I know that feature, but I'd like to have the control which file is removed and check it, so I'd prefer some highlighting, I use it for putting up some selection playlists where order doesnt matter...
Last post by anamorphic -
Hey, you need to format the columns with $date for each one you want changed - so $date(%last_played%) etc. Right-click the column name > Columns > More... (or similar option) to change.
Last post by ThaCrip -
Windows 10 1803 here (build 17134.167 ; which is newest build) on v1.3.19 and all is fine with Opus/AAC/FLAC playback etc. I clean installed Win10 1803 a while ago now.
p.s. I got a 'ASUS P8H61-M LX Plus' motherboard with a i3-2120 CPU etc (I got that motherboard/CPU/RAM in May 2012). while they have Windows 10 specific drivers for things like audio driver etc on ASUS website, I am using whatever comes with Windows 10 by default and whatever it finds from Windows Updates. the only thing I manually download from a driver perspective is I am using official NVIDIA drivers v391.35(from March 2018) for my GPU (1050 Ti 4GB) though and a driver for my PCI-E card which gives me two more SATA ports and a IDE port but I am currently only using one of the SATA ports for a DVD burner.
I'm trying to change the default date display format in the latest foobar2000 version 1.3.19 which now displays YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS everywhere in the playlist, but I'd like to trim it to just YYYY-MM-DD. May be simple but can't find a solution anywhere?