Album Art Downloader XUI Reply #25 – 2007-09-14 08:11:28 Quote from: david_dl on 2007-09-13 01:19:32A few changes to the headers sent in the initial request seem to make all the difference:Yes, that does fix the search you mentioned, and doesn't appear to break others. Here's an updated itunes.boo script with them in.Quote from: phunkydizco on 2007-09-13 19:17:15Performance of the new version is really great. Good work.What do you think about a context menu item for windows explorer? I organize my library with windows explorer and use the following structure: Artist/(Year) Album. It would be great to start aad with the right parameters by clicking on the album folder.Thanks! It took some doing, but I'm pleased with the results. If I've understood you right, what you want to be able to do is right click on a folder and choose "Browse for Album Art..." or similar, and have AAD launch with the file browser window searching that folder? AAD has a command line parameter you can use for that, /fileBrowser "path". Here's a little .reg file that will add that command line to the context menu for folders for you: AlbumArtDownloaderBrowseFolder.regOf course, if you've installed AAD somewhere other than "C:\Program Files\AlbumArtDownloader", or you want the command called something other than "Browse for Album Art...", then edit the file before merging it.Quote from: masterrossi on 2007-09-13 19:25:22I have the album art in the folders of my albums. How can I search those for artwork with the foobar browser and how can I save them in those folders?If you run the foobar browser it will search your foobar library for artist and albums. For each one it finds, it will try to find art for it. By default, it will look for "Folder.jpg" in the same folder as the album. If that's not where you are storing your art, then click the Options link in the Foobar Browser window, and change it to the right filename. The search is done relative to the media file that the artist/album information was read from.To save art in the album folder from the Foobar Browser, just double click on the album in the Foobar Browser results list, or select several and click "Get Artwork for Selection...". Each art search window launched from the foobar browser will be set to save the art into the place where the Foobar Browser was searching for art for that album. So, if it was looking for Folder.jpg in the album folder, that's where the search window will save it by default when you click the Save button.I hope this answers your question.