relative path in playlists 2019-06-09 22:54:27 the messages here below are from an old thread... but still seem relevant.I have two questions:1) is there an easy way (or any way) to save a playlist with relative path (with forward slashes)?2) the suggestion here below of using this line of code:$replace(%path%,Z:\music,../..,\,/)$crlf()does not work if the path is of a network server (such as my Nas). In this case when I use the path (//Nas_Server/Multimedia/) in the code such as:$replace(%path%,//Nas_Server/Multimedia/,../..,\,/)$crlf()The code does not work anymore...Thanks for your suggestions.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Quote from: dobo on 2013-03-23 18:05:15I use foobar to manage my music and create playlists for use on different machines and hardware players. When i save playlists in m3u format which is what my hardware player supports (mede8er600x3d) foobar 2000 saves them with the drive letter which does not work in mede8er.Here is an example, both playlists play in foobar 2000This works in mede8er../../mp3/Electronic/Nightmares on Wax/Mind Elevation CD1 (2002)/12. Mirrorball.mp3../../mp3/Electronic/Anubian Lights/Let Not The Flame Die Out (1998)/04. One Eye To The Sky.mp3This does not work in mede8er and is what i get when foobar saves a playlist.Z:\music\mp3\Electronic\Nightmares on Wax\Mind Elevation CD1 (2002)\12. Mirrorball.mp3Z:\music\mp3\Electronic\Anubian Lights\Let Not The Flame Die Out (1998)\04. One Eye To The Sky.mp3How do i get foobar to save my playlists as in the first example?For information my playlists are all stored in the following pathZ:\music\playlists\M3UQuote from: marc2003 on 2013-03-23 18:44:01install foo_utils > http://foosion.foobar2000.org/components/?id=utilsfile>preferences>tools>text tools. leave the header and footer blank. in the body put...Code: [Select]$replace(%path%,Z:\music,../..,\,/)$crlf()now add all tracks to playlist, hit ctrl-a to highlight all files. now right click and select legacy commands (unsorted)>save text. when the save text dialog pops make sure you select all files from the save as type drop down box. you can now save where you like.