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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: foo_httpcontrol
Last post by regor -
I'm working on updating the ajquery template to make it Spider Monkey compatible, by adding new buttons to call the 9 menu entries.

It's meant to be used along Playlist Tools (although it will work for anyone). The current implementation allows to configure on the fly the 9 menus, associating them to either any menu entry of Playlist Tools, to some pre-defined examples or an external script.
The menus show which 'tool' is associated to with SMP numbered entry, as a workaround for the current SMP limitation of entries being just named 1-9 without any more info... All that part works great, and I have managed to edit the ajquery template and add the 9 associated buttons.

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Only limitation right now is I have no idea about how to retrieve the menu names via http control, to label the buttons tooltips with them (instead of using 1-9). Have checked all the documentation, and there is no command or macro which allows to retrieve arbitrary data from the server. Does someone have any idea about how to do it?

(My idea was to save the menu names via SMP as json on the profile folder, the template should be able to retrieve that json file and read it, but I'm open to any other solution)

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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: Biography Discussion
Last post by paregistrase -
It seems you only need the WebView2 runtimes then?? My mistake. I assume this installs fine for you in WINE?

https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/webview2/#download-section

It's nearly 100MB which is a hefty requirement for fancy dialog boxes. Note @TheQwertiest hasn't even started work on it yet (edit: judging by github activity - no idea what he's doing offline :P)

Of course not.

And not avaible to install direct 12 and i can play direct12 games.

Because wine work is to translate windows api calls to linux world.

That why I show you that there are already implementations of WebView2 in wine to make online game instaler to work and you don't need to install WebView2 windows runtime to make it work.

Nobody espect that you can install some windows component in wine and it will work at that.

The new implementation will work of not, but it will depends of wine implementation not the instalation of a windows component.

This is what i'm surprised for your response. Nothing in wine works in that way and never will be.

Wine is not an emulator ;)



Sorry double post
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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: Biography Discussion
Last post by paregistrase -
It seems you only need the WebView2 runtimes then?? My mistake. I assume this installs fine for you in WINE?

https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/webview2/#download-section

It's nearly 100MB which is a hefty requirement for fancy dialog boxes. Note @TheQwertiest hasn't even started work on it yet (edit: judging by github activity - no idea what he's doing offline :P)

Of course not.

And not avaible to install direct 12 and i can paly direct12 games.

Because wine work is to translate windows api calls to linux world.

That whay I show you that there are already implementations of WebView2 in wine to make online game instaler to work and you don't need to install WebView2 windows runtime to make it work.

Nobody espect that you can install some windows component in wine and it will work at that.

The new implementation will work of not, but it will depends of wine implementation not the instalation of a windows component.

This is what i'm surprised for your response. Nothing in wine works in that way and never will be.

Wine is not an emulator ;)
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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: Biography Discussion
Last post by paregistrase -
Edge Chromium is available as a native Linux app. A windows application running in WINE cannot interface with that in anyway. Someone would have to be insane enough to try and get the windows version running in WINE. That's very unlikely....

Maybe I don't understand correctly but we are talking about WebView2 right?

So, what's the connection with a edge browser instaled in the system?

Some kind of WebView2 is already in wine to make work some game instalers and of course you don't need edge chromium instaled, only a implementation in wine to translate this calls to linux calls.

Maybe i miss something
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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: Biography Discussion
Last post by snotlicker -
Edge Chromium is available as a native Linux app. A windows application running in WINE cannot interface with that in anyway. Someone would have to be insane enough to try and get the windows version running in WINE. That's very unlikely....
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CD Hardware/Software / Re: EAC, Plextor Premium II & CUE Sheet
Last post by Cynic -
Secure mode is:
1. more likely to be fooled by consistent errors than Burst T&C and AccurateRip are
2. significantly slower
3. more stressful on the hardware

I should add that by "secure mode" in the above quote I actually mean "secure mode without C2 pointers and with a caching drive", which is how the majority of people configure their EAC.

OP has a Plextor Premium 2, one of the drives that apparently can be somewhat trusted with reporting errors and support defeating cache with FUA.
So the OP can probably enable secure mode with C2 pointers and the -usefua switch and obtain very similar performance to burst mode, a luxury most other drives don't offer, with the caveat that without AR confirmation, another burst/secure pass (or T&C from the start) is still advised.
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General Audio / Re: NPDT Process
Last post by DVDdoug -
I'm not going to bother reading/watching it...

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He remains tight-lipped about his process so he can make money off of it, and even has a Patreon
A patent has to be published so you can't keep it a secret. 

I'm always super-skeptical about any secret audio processes because almost everything that can be done with DSP has been done and is well understood.   Any "new idea" probably isn't really new and probably not that hard to do.   Some things like AutoTune had to wait for processing power to come-around.     As processing power increases we'll probably get better un-mixing and at some point artificial singers.

Celemony does seems to have a secret algorithm for Capstan and they probably have a patent but they aren't making claims of a "new discovery" or "new theory" and in-time other people will figure-out how to duplicate it (and the price will come down).

Aphex made money from the "secret" Aural Exciter but there weren't computers in every studio and in every home that could easily analyze what it was doing.   Now exciter effects are easy to find.
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