Skip to main content
Topic: Foobar usage on a tactile PC - Tap vs. double-tap (Read 136 times) previous topic - next topic
0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Foobar usage on a tactile PC - Tap vs. double-tap

Hi,

I'm considering using foobar on a tactile Windows PC, and I have a "tactile noob" question :

Is there a way to play a song by simply tapping on it once in a given playlist component (Playlist View, EsPlaylist, etc.), instead of having to double-tap on it to emulate a double-click ?

I don't know if that kind of setting must be handled by foobar, by Windows, or by some 3rd-party component.

Thanks !

Re: Foobar usage on a tactile PC - Tap vs. double-tap

Reply #1
ELplaylist (note EL, not ES) can configure click actions and assign to various items (play, pause, next track, edit,.....).

Re: Foobar usage on a tactile PC - Tap vs. double-tap

Reply #2
Thank you. I'll have to check it out, definitely. I guess you're talking about this one ? https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,62133.0.html
Also, it looks like a CUI component. Can it run under DUI ?
Otherwise, maybe Windows 10 tactile actions can handle / let user define single clicks, double clicks, gestures and so ? I don't know much about it yet, so any doc would be welcome.

 

Re: Foobar usage on a tactile PC - Tap vs. double-tap

Reply #3
No, sorry it's columns ui only. I should have mentioned that.

 
SimplePortal 1.0.0 RC1 © 2008-2020