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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: Columns UI
Last post by sPeziFisH -
Thx musicmusic

I know that day would come, spending time on my style :D

After some problems I started over at zero and realised, that any whitespace-character in $set_global() and $set_style() in front of the value makes the function invalid:
ok:
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$set_global(variable name,variable value)
ok (white space after 'variable value'):
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$set_global(variable name,variable value  )
ok (new line after comma):
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$set_global(variable name,
variable value)
not ok (white space before 'variable value')
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$set_global(variable name, variable value)
I used some space between , (comma) and $rgb() to make the parts better visible ('kay, not really neccessary), but more then that at $set_style() where the definitions are longer due to $if()- and $strcmp()-statements.
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General - (fb2k) / Re: Playlists synchronizing on remote location?
Last post by anamorphic -
Either sync the folder containing the playlists or possibly sync a portable install of foobar as whole.
FYI to folks, I tried the latter once with Microsoft OneDrive. It was a disaster. Instead of replacing updated files with newest versions (ie, "syncing") it decided it was smarter idea to rename everything, appending the computer name as duplicates or something. Add a third source and triple the files.

So, fair warning on that fantastic Windows feature. ::) >:(

(Daeron's advice is solid though)

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Support - (fb2k) / Re: NO benefits from using ASIO ?
Last post by Teddy_the_barber -
Well, that just goes to show that with ROG it is different. Thanks for your input, Case.
PS I think the way your drivers work is a lot more preferable, than we see in the rest of Asus models. It looks like the old drivers' behavior was created for WinXP. Now that Windows since Vista has a lot more sophisticated mixer and additional exclusive output modes, the extra resampler baked into the driver doesn't make any sense.
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