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New Named Playlist (foo_new_playlist)

Hi :) Zao

Thanks for the multiple useful tools.
But I don't know how to use "foo_new_playlist"

New Named Playlist (foo_new_playlist)
https://www.foobar2000.org/components/view/foo_new_playlist

It would be helpful if you could give me a concrete example

Thanks your help.
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Re: New Named Playlist (foo_new_playlist)

Reply #1
Using the built in "New playlist" option from the File menu adds a playlist named "New playlist" with numbers appended to prevent playlists with duplicate names.

The component adds a new command to the File menu and you can customise the name to be something else instead of "New playlist" in the advanced preferences.

 

Re: New Named Playlist (foo_new_playlist)

Reply #2
Hi :) Thanks marc2k3
Using the built in "New playlist" option from the File menu adds a playlist named "New playlist" with numbers appended to prevent playlists with duplicate names.

The component adds a new command to the File menu and you can customise the name to be something else instead of "New playlist" in the advanced preferences.
Yes, I could understand.
Using the built in "New playlist" option from the File menu adds a playlist named "New playlist" with numbers appended to prevent playlists with duplicate names.

The component adds a new command to the File menu and you can customise the name to be something else instead of "New playlist" in the advanced preferences.
I don't understand from here.
Menu > File > New named playlist 
what to do after clicking
How to use %always_counter% and %maybe_counter%?

Thanks.
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