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Post New Requests Here / Re: PlayTime Extension
« on: September 19, 2011, 08:07 PM »
Will do.  Thanks again.


Post New Requests Here / Re: PlayTime Extension
« on: September 19, 2011, 02:53 PM »
Thanks very much for the response.  I rather thought that it might be a substantial ask.  And thanks for the suggestion re using the .m3u output feature of PlayTime to feed another burning program.  I will follow this up; the problem, as always, is finding something that will behave properly with her screen reading program.

Post New Requests Here / PlayTime Extension
« on: September 19, 2011, 01:25 AM »
Hello.  I have a blind friend who is very much into music and who uses PlayTime extensively to assemble tracks into CD-sized collections.  She just loves that "F1 - say total time" feature.  In the past she used Windows Media Player to the burn these collections to CD.  The latest versions of Media Player have, however, made it very difficult to use for blind people and I was wondering how much of a production it would be to add a "Burn Files to Disc" option to PlayTime.  We would very much appreciate any help.  Mike.

Thanks skwire.  It now works perfectly.  I will install it on my mate's computer this weekend and test it with his screen reader but I don't anticipate any problems.

Thanks again for a really useful piece of work.

Hi Skwire:

Thanks very much for the mod which works really well if you drag and drop an .m3u play list to PlayTime but not if you access the .m3u file via the "Open File" dialog.  Unfortunately my mate can't use the mouse.  Nearly there!


This is a really nice little utility.  Would it be possible to enhance it by enabling it to calculate the total media file time from a play list?  Specifically from an .m3u file?

I have a blind friend who presents an Internet radio program using WinAmp and it would be very helpful if he could calculate the total playing time of the files in his playlist.  His screen reader program will not read the total time field at the bottom of the Playlist Editor window.

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