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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: foo_skip: skip tracks that match a specified search query
Last post by DClaville -
You can remove a skip query from the history by right clicking on the drop down arrow at the end of the text field. There's also an option to wipe all entries at once.

@Sergey77 - sorry, I had missed your issue report. I'll fix that for the next release.
Ah ON the arrow how smart thank you for the help I had been clicking pretty much everywhere else lol
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General - (fb2k) / Re: [Suggestions / Wishlists] for future updates
Last post by regor -
Please put an exact version of fobar on the upper bar. Now it says ex. foobar2000 v2.1.4. It is sometimes impotant to be able to quickly distinguish id it is 32 bit or 64 bit or portable. I often run two instances (normal 64 and portable 32) and play/check different versions of the same tracks. Without being able to distinguish FB versions at a glance it is easy to confuse which track is which etc.
Just put 64 bit or 32 bit or portable behind foobar2000 v2.1.4. on the main upper bar. It shoulkd be visible when the tracks are playing and when not (now it only says foobar2000 while playing).

You can edit whats displayed there your self in preferences - Default User interface - Windows Title bar

So if there is a syntax code for showing version number or player info or something it might be possible ?
But that only applies during playback, otherwise is not editable.
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General - (fb2k) / Re: [Suggestions / Wishlists] for future updates
Last post by DClaville -
Please put an exact version of fobar on the upper bar. Now it says ex. foobar2000 v2.1.4. It is sometimes impotant to be able to quickly distinguish id it is 32 bit or 64 bit or portable. I often run two instances (normal 64 and portable 32) and play/check different versions of the same tracks. Without being able to distinguish FB versions at a glance it is easy to confuse which track is which etc.
Just put 64 bit or 32 bit or portable behind foobar2000 v2.1.4. on the main upper bar. It shoulkd be visible when the tracks are playing and when not (now it only says foobar2000 while playing).

You can edit whats displayed there your self in preferences - Default User interface - Windows Title bar

So if there is a syntax code for showing version number or player info or something it might be possible ?
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General - (fb2k) / Re: [Suggestions / Wishlists] for future updates
Last post by wojak -
Please put an exact version of fobar on the upper bar. Now it says ex. foobar2000 v2.1.4. It is sometimes impotant to be able to quickly distinguish id it is 32 bit or 64 bit or portable. I often run two instances (normal 64 and portable 32) and play/check different versions of the same tracks. Without being able to distinguish FB versions at a glance it is easy to confuse which track is which etc.
Just put 64 bit or 32 bit or portable behind foobar2000 v2.1.4. on the main upper bar. It shoulkd be visible when the tracks are playing and when not (now it only says foobar2000 while playing).
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General - (fb2k) / Re: Foobar track comparison question
Last post by fooball -
Thank you once again. May you please link me a good article with the steps how to set up EAC? I have already installed it, I followed this artcile: https://flemmingss.com/perfect-cd-ripping-to-flac-with-exact-audio-copy/, but when I got stuck at "Calibrate AccurateRip" section. I couldn't manage to appear that pop up or find it anywhere else.

From https://captainrookie.com/how-to-setup-exact-audio-copy-for-flac-ripping/ ;
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If you have an older version of EAC or dBpoweramp installed, it’s likely AccurateRip was already configured and this may not appear.
...but I only compress to MP3 using LAME.  An alternative is to rip to WAV and then convert to FLAC afterwards.