- I have selected artist in filter or facet or just multiple playlist items that have same artist - in this case "Search for same > Artist" should be available
It can extend it functionality in playlist view, but mainly I think as new function in all media library views.
I've changed my windows color settings for "window item" to grey:i.e. playlist dropdown toolbar got it but db_search has it's own white color set and only icon bg gets setting from my windows color settingsI edited foo_dbsearch_api_demo.dll but don't know to which control should I change WS_EX_TOOLWINDOW or how to change it style so that it accept window colorAny tips?
%%mood%% IS "%moodend%"
Go to the "Database Search" preferences page (in the "Media Library" section). Choose the "Format Presets" tab. Click the "Add..." button to add a new preset. Set the name to "Next Mood" or whatever you like. Set the format to the following code:Code: [Select]%%mood%% IS "%moodend%"Click OK, then click the checkbox of the new preset. Finally set the parameters in the "Search for same" section to "Search in [Media Library] using the [Query] mode." This will give you a "Search for Same/Next Mood" command in the context menu which should do what you want.Regarding your second question: I faintly remember that some old version of foo_dbsearch supported a query syntax with the > and < operators (and some other funky features). However this syntax is not supported in the current version.
To test if a field value sorts before or after a given text, use the '<' (less-than sign) or '>' (greater-than sign) operator. The sorting order is lexicographically, that is it compares two texts character by character, with the exception of numeric fields which are compared as natural numbers.Source: http://foosion.foobar2000.org/help/0.9/foo...odes_word_based
Sorry, you are right regarding the less than and greater than operators. I guess I need to use my own plugin more often. I am not sure though why they do not produce the expected results. I would have to dig out the source code.
Is it possible to make the "Track focus in playlist" also work for playlists other than the active playlist? (so that it switches to another playlist if the song is present on any of the playlists that are loaded in foobar)