No, it's not possible to change the font or style of just the active tab. The playlist tabs uses a standard Windows tab control and so appearance customisation is limited. The control does have a mode where the tabs are custom-drawn, but that mode is quite limited and results in all tabs being the same width. So, implementing that would most likely mean writing a custom control (which many other elements of the UI already are),
Whaddaya know, that fixed it. I had tried to designate a subfolder with the album name as the destination, and somehow messed up the file names. Thanks for the help!
Howdy, I'm familiar with Library > Playback Stats > Show Recently Played and also familiar with adding a playlist based on this per this posting: https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,78558.msg686484.html#msg686484
HOWEVER after using it for a bit it doesn't suit my needs as anytime I view the recently played playlist then shutdown the computer, it becomes the active playlist unless I click back on my "entire collection" playlist.
I would like to add a pane just like any other pane that would just show like last 25 played...so more or less dock the Library > Playback Stats > Show Recently Played popup so that info is always visible.
Only explanation I can think of is that your converter is set up in such a way that all tracks use the same name. When you are in the CD ripping dialog you can pick an existing preset at the bottom right corner. You should use settings that ensure unique names. And paths if you rip more than one CD at a time.Thanks for the reply. I'll take a look at the destinations and see if there isn't something I messed up.
1.4 beta 2 has corrected the mistake and no SSE instructions are required anymore.Although it seems that built-in visualizations Spectrum, Oscilloscope and Spectrogram still require SSE (2?). On emulated pentium 2 and 3 fb2k 1.4 beta 3 crashes on playback start when any of this visualisations are enabled.
Is it too low? How much volts should it be?If you do not intend to replace your active speakers, you could maybe check their specs?
People often use separate heater transformers, so that they can switch on tube heating before they energize the rest of the circuitry. In the old days, when the rectifiers were also tubes, that happened automatically, because the rectifier tubes had to heat up before they passed current. But these days there will be silicon rectifiers, which need no heating to pass current.
So maybe there's another transformer hidden somewhere, for the tube filaments.
Interesting further thoughts. It does indeed have a choke power supply. But it seems that the hum is coming from that area rather than the larger round toroidal transformer. Alternatively, I suppose that it could be coming from something under the PCB (which is mounted upside-down), but then I would have to remove this also which might be difficult. If you hear hooves think horses, and so I had assumed that it was the EI transformer that was the culprit.