Just replaced an old Win 10 32 bit with new Win 10 64 bit. My music library is now D: drive rather C: on the old machine. I can play from my library but the path for the playlists created on the old machine still show C: drive. How do I point the load playlist command to the D: address?
I had been looking for such settings in the Advanced preferences (and maybe they should be included actually, because I would never have thought of modifying a separate text file, lol).
FYI I had to set defaultMetaMax=6000 , because my longest string appeared to be just a little over 5000 chars.
I am currently using SMP, and looking for a method to implement box-shadow effect like in CSS.
Is there any way to do it in albumart.js without using an external shadow image?
Should be fixed in beta8.
Audio Playback quality rule test show something like image on attachment, seems happened on local filesFixed in beta8. Now it falls back to file name if title is unknown. Note though that now it does not analyze local files when starting video playback (what I suppose was the use case from your screenshot), so there likely will be no items at all.
foobar 1.4.3 crashes on youtube videos.I was not able to reproduce the crash. It might be related to customized criteria, so it would be great if you could provide steps to reproduce or send crash dump.
Youtube Source 3.0 beta 7, Windows XP sp3
reported on fy.3dyd.com w/o foobar dump files
I noticed that with the latest beta, support for /user/live links is broken.Fixed in beta8.
I think there is a regression relative to the 2.X versions. If you leave a youtube track paused and you try to play it again after some hours, cpu spikes and foobar2000 becomes barely recoverable . In past versions it would popup the console with read error (as the steam becomes expired), and you could resolve it easily by just replaying the track from the beginning.Hmm, are you talking about live streams? Because in case of regular videos 2.x was downloading them regardless of pause state, so there should have been no read error.
Does foobar2000 with foo_youtube suppose to lock installed LAV Filters dll when it already set as managed?It prefers newer version (or one from the system if they are equal). This behavior comes from times when there was _preconf package and does not seem to be a good approach nowadays. I'll change it in next update.
edit: Okay, I didn't see on status, it show system, alt. So does it prefer LAV on system by default?