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Re: Pixels of CD photos in playlist columns

Reply #25
I've uploaded an updated version which exposes %front_cover_bytes%. Note that all previously saved will be lost as I've changed the internals for how data is stored. All files will need scanning again. Also, the component now requires fb2k v1.6 or above.

https://github.com/marc2k3/foo_jscript_panel/wiki/Other-Components#foo_cover_info

edit: the breaking changes have nothing to do with exposing the file size in bytes - it was always stored internally that way. The breaking changes come from me no longer storing/checking the last modified timestamps of files. All selected files are now scanned regardless.

Re: Pixels of CD photos in playlist columns

Reply #26
Thanks for the update.

How should I scan the entire music library now?

And what about the index-data: is still named "95EA6D78-0081-4080-A599-64A148BABCE5"?


Re: Pixels of CD photos in playlist columns

Reply #28
@snotlicker

Thank you very much!

Re: Pixels of CD photos in playlist columns

Reply #29
Can't link the function to an icon?


Re: Pixels of CD photos in playlist columns

Reply #31
Thanks a lot for your time!
But I think this is not valid to scan the entire library, am I wrong?

Re: Pixels of CD photos in playlist columns

Reply #32
I am sorry to disturb you, but I just asked the question above because, from what I noticed, it is only possible to scan selected tracks in the playlist, and not the complete library, as with the previous version of the component, which I use again.

Anyway, I like a lot your component. Thanks again.

 
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