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PlayList is yet another great app.  Any way these three options could be considered?...-TT1 (January 29, 2012, 09:55 AM)
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Here you go:

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v1.2.6 - 2012-01-30
    + Added a "Cancel Scan" button to the toolbar.  (Thanks, Wayne)
    + Pressing the Escape key will now cancel a scan as well.
    + Added checkbox setting to toggle recursive scanning of folders.  (Thanks, Wayne)
    + Under the "Extra" menu, you can now configure which audio and video extensions that PlayTime will scan.  (Thanks, Wayne)
    * Moved the "Clear list" button to the toolbar.

Thanks for adding the additional options.  It makes the app even more useful.

For some reason the mp3 and wav files are not being seen in the folder I specified, but if I add those extensions to the front of the list then they are.  I didn't check to see if other extensions are affected.  Perhaps the list is too long?

Hmmm...I just tested it and it works for me no matter where the extension is in the list.  I'll change that code up to use a different method that may work better for you.

Delete your config.ini first and then give this build a try, please: PlayTime v1.2.6.2

Still doesn't work .. doesn't see ANY of the audio files.  Started it without an ini file.  WinXP-sp1 (in case that matters).  Also, I just noticed that the Cancel button, doesn't.


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