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Re: Waveform Minibar (mod)

Reply #275
$lower([%album artist%]|[%album%]|[$year(%date%)]|[$num(%discnumber%,1).][$num(%tracknumber%,2)]|%title%|[%length%]) - the standard rule in the mod, but how to make it appear when you listen to internet radio?

radio link - http://95.216.194.68/12_love_128

Re: Waveform Minibar (mod)

Reply #276
The component is a seekbar replacement. It is intentionally not doing anything with live streams since there is nothing sensible it could do.

Re: Waveform Minibar (mod)

Reply #277
The component is a seekbar replacement. It is intentionally not doing anything with live streams since there is nothing sensible it could do.
thanks

Re: Waveform Minibar (mod)

Reply #278
Great component! I'm going to use this instead of the old waveform seekbar that I had in my layout for years.

There's a minor problem: I've set the option "Track to prefer when showing waveform" to "Playing, selected when stopped". However, when I use "Stop after current" and the track stops, the waveform from the track just played still shows instead of the one from the selected track.

Re: Waveform Minibar (mod)

Reply #279
Thank you!

Unless you use the "cursor follows playback" option the selection will still remain in the stopped track. This is visible at least with Default UI and Columns UI. This doesn't look like a bug to me.

Re: Waveform Minibar (mod)

Reply #280
Is this component open-source?
I could not find any links to Github (or other public code repositories), so I would guess it's not. Any plans to make the code public ?

Whether you open-source it or not, thank you for sharing the binary component. I've just started using it, and find it an excellent tool. Appreciated !!

PS: FWIW, i've been a longtime lurker here (almost 10 years), but have only now created an account.

Re: Waveform Minibar (mod)

Reply #281
All my components are closed source, apart from the few based on GPL-licensed code. I don't have accounts on any git sites.

I haven't had good experience with open sourcing components so I decided long ago not to do that anymore. Sorry.


Re: Waveform Minibar (mod)

Reply #283
Well it's using Columns UI so look under File>Preferences>Display>Columns UI>Layout.

With normal CUI layouts, it should be easy as replacing the panel like for like using the right click menu (remove then add)

Things can be a lot more complicated if the parent node is Panel Stack Splitter. Removing/adding panels may break things unless you really know what you are doing.

Re: Waveform Minibar (mod)

Reply #284
Well it's using Columns UI so look under File>Preferences>Display>Columns UI>Layout.

With normal CUI layouts, it should be easy as replacing the panel like for like using the right click menu (remove then add)

Things can be a lot more complicated if the parent node is Panel Stack Splitter. Removing/adding panels may break things unless you really know what you are doing.

You're a legend, I risked it and removed the old one and added the one and I think everything is okay. It's been like 10 years since I've used foobar and I remember editing "themes" being a lot easier on the old foobar config I downloaded from someone back then.

 

Re: Waveform Minibar (mod)

Reply #285
I risked it and removed the old one

You can first backup the .fth file in fb2k's AppData folder. You can also use fb2k's menu function "View > Layout > Create scratchbox" and import the .fth file there to play around with changes to your layout.