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Re: foo_openlyrics (not my release)

Reply #50
Hi

Is it possible to add sources to the avaialble ones?

Regards
szabi

Re: foo_openlyrics (not my release)

Reply #51
Hi

Is it possible to add sources to the avaialble ones?

Regards
szabi
https://github.com/jacquesh/foo_openlyrics/issues/new?assignees=&labels=&template=01-feature.md

Re: foo_openlyrics (not my release)

Reply #52
Still no support for dynamic radio stream metadata, but this feature has been earmarked by the developer for the next (1.4) release.
Turns out the 1.4 release did NOT contain this desirable feature, but at GitHub the Developer states it has not been abandoned:

"Just to update those watching & waiting for this feature: I know I said this would be done for v1.4 but I've moved it to v1.5 because 1.4 is a bugfix-only release that I wanted to get out soon (because it fixes a bug that could cause data loss for some lyrics) and supporting internet radio streams requires some significant changes to the way openlyrics manages things internally. On top of that I'm unlikely to have any time to work on openlyrics for the next little while so I didn't want to release a new version with higher-than-usual potential for bugs and then not be around to fix it if anything critical came up.

On the upside, I have made a start on supporting this and indeed the new APIs provided by the recent fb2k updates do make this much easier to do. So this will get done, you'll just need to wait for a slightly higher version number. Thank you all for your patience!"


Re: foo_openlyrics (not my release)

Reply #53
Hello,

openlyrics is really useful, thanks for sharing your work.

I have one question or rather request, seeing that the 1.3 update added something similar I thought I should bring this use case up:
I use the SYNCED LYRICS tag for all my songs, but for them to show up in iTunes and on my iPhone, I have to use the LYRICS field instead, and only unsynced lyrics are supported (why apple why) so I like to mass copy their SYNCED LYRICS field to LYRICS and remove all of their time stamps. I can already do the first part with masstagger, and it would be very convenient to add Auto-edit lyrics > Remove timestamps to the playlist context menu as well so that I won't have to play each song one by one and remove time stamps that way. Please let me know if there's already a way to do this that I'm unaware of?

Thanks for your time.

Re: foo_openlyrics (not my release)

Reply #54
Can anyone tell me what Custom Highlight Colour is supposed to do? I check it and nothing happens. The others (font, text colour,etc) work fine. Thanks

Re: foo_openlyrics (not my release)

Reply #55
Can anyone tell me what Custom Highlight Colour is supposed to do? I check it and nothing happens. The others (font, text colour,etc) work fine. Thanks

It is used so that in the file types that support it, the verse that is playing is illuminated.