Re: foo_skip: skip tracks that match a specified search query Reply #525 – 2019-07-30 06:30:59 Quote from: thisbanisnotsettoexpire on 2019-07-29 23:31:19Given that (as I understand) there are inherent limitations preventing using SKIP tag from foo_external_tags, I have no further relevant requests. However, I'll use explicitly saved metadata in form of m-TAGS files instead of foo_youtube's metadata cache: SKIP tag in m-TAGS file is also recognized by foo_skip, but, additionally, m-TAGS files are explicitly named and placed, they are recognized by Media Library and Waveform Minibar (mod) doesn't recognize them as remote tracks therefore saving waveforms permanently (like I want).Sounds like a good solution. I may get a new API for External Tags so it could do its thing without being a decoder. If that happens it shouldn't interfere with any advanced trickery done in other inputs.Quote from: thisbanisnotsettoexpire on 2019-07-29 23:31:19Should two or more intervals work? Like 0:00:04-0:00:15;0:00:19-0:00:25. It doesn't work for me, and I have a track where I'd like to use it.This has been requested but so far not implemented. I have liked the simplicity of just dealing with simple 'skip from' and 'skip to' timestamps.Quote from: thisbanisnotsettoexpire on 2019-07-29 23:31:19I think I have a bug report (for foo_skip v1.10.3), [...] 0:00:05-0:00:10 stops playing after 5 seconds and jumps to next playlist entry.It seems two timestamps isn't simple enough not to get bugged. I'll take a look and rethink adding support for more skip positions.