Last post by anamorphic -
Right you are. In which case, it is probably a hard-coded feature of auto-playlists. Your original request is a good one despite these attempted work-arounds.
Another way to save from accidental deletion, right-click a playlist and choose Restore menu. If it is too late, there is always foo_jesus to make auto backups of the playlist folder to a ZIP file. (Be sure to add - playlists* - to default folders for backup).
sorry if it's been asked already but is anything planned regarding Discogs Tracks Feature? What I'd love to have for instance is fetching genres / styles individually based on tracks.
Currently tracks aren't available via the API and track pages are pretty useless (they don't have genre/style info for example). However they will likely be added too foo_discogs if Discogs fully develops the feature.
This used to bother me too, especially when only using the EQ for one reason. You can make keyboard or toolbar shortcuts to switch DSP presets quickly, if you have not already done so.
Do you change the output device when switching between speakers and headphones? If so, there is this Dynamic DSP component that might help to apply the EQ automatically. (I have not used it though so no clue how to setup)
Side note: with regards to auto DSP, there is also Playlist Atrributes which can apply them per-playlist. Very handy.
Last post by MinorKey -
Thank you, anamorphic. I'll try your suggestions. The playlist attributes component would have suited my needs, but unfortunately looks like it can't make auto playlists unremovable.
If you are using DUI, the Facets component has presets for search filters on the toobar - you can make as many custom presets as you like. (Something I think the default Album List should have adopted a long time ago).
There is also Quick Search (DUI/CUI) which has search history and favorites.
With both of these you would still have to send the results to a new auto-playlist (one click), but at least a way to save the search strings.