Doing my promised XP test...
I am happy to say that all the issues reported before were 9x (or slow pc) related and not appearing on XP.
Thank you very much. That is great to hear.
Is there anything you can do about untagged files leaving a blank line?
(see attachment in previous post)
(on second thought, this might be a good thing, since it will allow me to easily see which files have missing tags, so I can fix them)
As I mentioned to apfel, how about an option where you could specify what would go there? "<missing>", "<tag me please>", etc. =]
I am in love with the minibar! (you still need to make sure it can't leave the desktop, though)
Do you mean you would like it constrained within the desktop boundaries set by 1) screen edge or 2) app bars?
This is a really nice player and there are only a few reasons left for me to ever use Winamp again:
- Even though last.fm support is not something I use, it _is_ on my short list.
- Tag editing...hmmmm...I've struggled with deciding to add this or not. My reasons are twofold, 1) I'm loathe to modify user files (I'd really hate to screw that up, you know?) and 2) there are much more capable tag editors out there than I could ever hope to write. That being said, it wouldn't be difficult to add simple tagging capabilities. Would one file at a time (and just the basic fields) be okay with you? Or were you hoping for multiple files at a time (definitely doable).
- Media library. Again, something I've been shying away from doing in the hopes of keeping Trout a small, simple player. What did you have in mind?
- Remove dead and duplicates. Yes, I'll add these.
- Nasties to recycle bin. Yes, will do.
- Explorer shell integration. I actually have this (mostly) working. It works fine if you select only one file (or one folder) and choose the context menu entry. The interesting thing is that my code does
handle multiple files/folders when dropped onto the playlist and/or the application shortcut. However, when called from the context menu, the list is out of order and seems to come in randomly. I need to do some more research into this to learn how to handle it.
Credits on their way.
Thank you. =]