I have recently acquired a set of KEF LS50w speakers. i figured out how to use the UPNP/DLNA mediarenderer output to use them. It can also control the volume and mute the speakers. I found out that it is relatively easy to switch them on with few python commands through the TCP/IP protocol. I would like to do the following: - Have a special button in foobar2000 which would turn on my speakers to wifi - Have another button which would turn off my speakers Both would be doing the same but sending different tcp/ip messages.
Would there be a way to program a new module/ special button for this purpose?
The python script is the following: from socket import *
host = '192.168.0.5' port = 50001
with socket(AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM) as s: s.connect((host, port)) MESSAGE = bytes([0x53, 0x30, 0x81, 0x12, 0x82]) #WIFI #MESSAGE = bytes([0x53,0x30,0x81,0x9b,0x0b]) #TURN off s.sendall(MESSAGE)
Last post by kode54 -
Going to make a wide leap here, and ask if maybe they were adding Monkey.fb2k-component to a playlist somehow, instead of, you know, just opening it with Explorer and letting the file type association take over.
is there any chance that you can add a custom default option in the context menu besides "Send to current playlist", "Add to...", etc?
Added there standard foobar2000 context menu (in 3.4 beta 5). You may configure foo_run for your purpose. Actions from that menu cannot be set to be performed by double click, but you can configure keyboard shortcut via foobar2000 preferences.
:ooo thank you so, SO MUCH!! I finally made it work with the beta! AND! from the "Search on Site" menu, just like I wanted! ~with the help of the shortcut, haha;D~
I appreciate so much that you took your time to do this.... I know that you probably are busy doing other things:(... so, thank you.... it really means a lot...
Last post by swtwentyman -
Spoke too soon. It seems that different albums (or perhaps track data) are more susceptible than others. I'll take another look at it sometime -- probably something simple -- but for now I'll just enjoy it best O can.
(Il Barbiere di Siviglia with Vittorio Gui/Alva/de los Angeles is doing it a lot -- three or four times not halfway through the first disc; it's mostly short tracks. Other albums I've had on I've had no problems with. Might that help with a possible diagnosis?)
(Files the first time were 320kbps MP3; now they're 128kbps Opus. May have had some FLAC in there early on; if I did I noticed no diffemcd.)