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General - (fb2k) / Re: Unplayed Albums
Last post by mjm716 -
Is there a method to display any album that has none of it's tracks played?

Reviving an old question...

I can get the albums displayed in a playlist column or facets (re: Shakey above) but is there currently a way to do this which is autoplaylist compatible?

I tried
Library > album list > filter by %last_played_enhanced% MISSING

but results are still track based and not album grouped.
3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: foo_youtube
Last post by MojoBass -
I am having major issues with adding tags to larger (>1000 tracks) playlists of youtube links, even with 'very clean' foobar config (fb 1.6.7, foo_yt 3.7.2 only, portable): Usually fb crashes without report, in rare occations when a report is generated, it points to foo_youtube and input_entry::g_open_for_info_write (see attached). Any suggestion on how to solve this issue?
Development - (fb2k) / Re: Request: Dark theme -- yeah, I know, AGAIN.
Last post by Case -
I don't understand the sudden fashion with dark themes. This is what computing in the DOS days looked like. Black text on white is much friendlier on the eyes.

At least Mp3tag did the dark theme switch properly. You can't imagine how much I hate VMWare Workstation that added dark theme support. It uses a custom drawn window even in normal mode and simulates Windows 7's rounded window borders without any shadows. The window is invisible when the background has similar colors.

I really wish Microsoft made the OS theme switch affect all programs. It's absolute insanity for every software having to artifically create support for this fad.
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