What I'm looking for is an option to have the above operations be applied to a predefined playlist.
Because during playing the current track, you start another track. Skip doesn't necessary mean skip to the next or the previous track.
Personally, I don't like the way, how play count is handled by the official playback statistics component. So I never intended to be consistent to it. It's rather consistent to the behaviour of the "Remove played tracks" option, which was earlier implemented.
Quote from: fbuser on 11 October, 2009, 08:06:34 AMBecause during playing the current track, you start another track. Skip doesn't necessary mean skip to the next or the previous track.hm, when I press skip (and I mean "next track"), I want to skip that track, but when I double click some other track (usually different album/artist/playlist) I didn't meant to intentionality "skip" that track. Now I would have to press stop and than double-click so that the track isn't counted as skipped - it just doesn't seems right to me
Would it be possible to assing option "Reset >stop affter current<" on per playlist basis?
I think you have a different understanding of skip than me. But there is no need to discuss it here, because I get no information from the SDK, when the user press "next track". I get only the information, when a track was stopped, because another track is started.
Yes! It's possible with 1.0!
And it's indeed useful (at least more than several other features you've implemented imho!)
I just downloaded (upgraded to) the latest version. Seems that you've already implemented the ability to choose different DSP settings. However, I can't make it work (but then again, I didn't think it was possible due to SDK anyway).
Are all plugin settings saved entirely in foobar's config file so that for example all playlist restrictions set by foo_playlist_attributes are removed from them when I delete the plugin and I tell foobar when it runs next time that the settings shall not be kept?