Old 19th March 2005, 16:30   #121
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Beta 8.1 (minor fixes)

* Extended info saves better now. Actually in the right order and with all info

* <Add new> tweaked again. But it does not save playlists automatically unless set to do so...or is that you mean?
They act like regular root playlists cause they are...

* Show all files are introduced to playlist tree-menu. Let you see all files no matter if filetypes are set or not.
Language file got one new menu...see language file.

* And yes I totally forgot to add genre to search. Should be there now though.
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Old 19th March 2005, 16:57   #122
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hi all,quick question can DL sort by track #
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Old 19th March 2005, 17:15   #123
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hi all,quick question can DL sort by track #
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Just click Track column header?
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Old 19th March 2005, 17:15   #124
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Old 19th March 2005, 17:30   #125
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* duplicates are handled real nice, now!
* move folder in tree view - great!
* Genre column works fine. Genre search as well!

Meta-tags in extended playlist info: Can we have year, too? After all (apart from comment) it's the only one missing from ID3v1 standard.
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Old 19th March 2005, 17:38   #126
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* duplicates are handled real nice, now!
* move folder in tree view - great!
* Genre column works fine. Genre search as well!

Meta-tags in extended playlist info: Can we have year, too? After all (apart from comment) it's the only one missing from ID3v1 standard.
Yup
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Old 19th March 2005, 19:10   #127
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thanks joonas that did the trick.i wonder why i couldn't figure that out.
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Old 19th March 2005, 21:34   #128
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i think "No, keep exsisting entry and do nothing" is unnecessary because people who don't want to operate double-click action will choose "None", and people who want some sort of reaction will choose other than "No, keep exsisting entry and do nothing".
I do think that option did made a difference:
The "No, keep exsisting entry and do nothing" is only for when a file is ALREADY in the list. When double-click action is set to 'none', double click will do absolutely nothing, file already in the list or not.
Also that option prevents file are being move to bottom al the time (what jonas didn't like).
But i'm not going to ask to put it in again, this option has been changed and changed and re-changed enough (hehe), and it's good as it is now

Jonas, what do you think of the other requests, i mean
the collapse/expand all folders, on rightclick root folder (Billyvnilly), the force shuffle of when enqueue after current, and the advanced playlist repair?
Any chance some of this make it in?

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Another idea for advanced playlist repair:
Autofix, fixes all entries of files that were found in another location of the DL tree, and then pops up a message like: '45 entries fixed, 12 remaining. Would you like to continue fix manualy?' The manual fix would then do the browse file/skip/remove thing.
Do you mean auto as on every start of Winamp? Or auto as 1-click-repair-all-playlists?
Latter would be very good.
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Only when clik repair

edit: (one list at the time)

Another thing here

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Old 19th March 2005, 23:02   #131
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Another thing here [/B]
Yes siebe told me...will look at it tomorrow or something..

A semi-release for those that want to try (8.2)...
Could warn you that it is probably quite buggy.

But super-root is implemented. Read the review at Lion12's homepage...and I hate bad reviews for something I actually can do, just been to lazy. So 1.1 should have a much better review!

Superroot will be possible to turn off later...the code supports it, just haven't gotten around to put it into Preferences. need sleep again. Damn body who can't go too many hours without rest!

Most of jojo's other requests are likely to be implemented too. None are very hard to do...I think

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I should also point out that the name of the super-root and the icon are just temporary. Any ideas? I have none
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Old 20th March 2005, 05:24   #132
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I do think that option did made a difference...
yes, "none" and "No, keep exsisting entry and do nothing" are not same meaning. but if you don't know the "double-clicked file" is already in the playlist editor and dl don't respond to this action, why you double clicked that file? (especially for "enqueue and play" and "enqueue after current")
same for double clicking duplicate entry intentionally, it's no reason to choose "No, keep exsisting entry and do nothing".
and yes, it's good as it is now.

ext info is working fine now
is it possible to make like this?
[%t][ - %a][ - %b][ - %y]
if some tags are missing, ignores between "[ ]".

i like the super-root, but the reason that search mode exist is lost isn't it?
as for the super-root name i can came up with are
*My Media
*My Library
*All Files
ordinary though...
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Old 20th March 2005, 08:31   #133
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i like the super-root, but the reason that search mode exist is lost isn't it?
as for the super-root name i can came up with are
*My Media
*My Library
*All Files
ordinary though... [/B]
Search mode can search for folders too...that's something Browse mode can't...

*shrug* It's been a request for as long as I can remember to have a superroot...don't say you guys changed your mind now!
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Search mode can search for folders too...that's something Browse mode can't...

*shrug* It's been a request for as long as I can remember to have a superroot...don't say you guys changed your mind now!
oh sorry, i was blind
i like super-root and i'm not against it.
just my personal *crappy* opinion.
sorry again
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Do you intend to remove the search mode when the superroot is fully working? i mean:
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Search mode can search for folders too...that's something Browse mode can't...
Also in search mode the icons in the treeview are an easy indicator to see if the file is a playlist or not.
If you could find a workaround that first one i could live without the second, but i'm not sure other people can...

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Read the review at Lion12's homepage...
Where can i find that?
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Old 20th March 2005, 09:51   #136
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oh sorry, i was blind
i like super-root and i'm not against it.
just my personal *crappy* opinion.
sorry again
Hehe, no don't be sorry. I am grumpy this week. If I was a girl I'd know what time of the month this would be Now I dunno

@jojo: no I have no plans to remove Search mode. But super-root has been a request for a long time but I have made it optional because I for one won't use it. I prefer Search mode for those searches.

Also it wasn't lion12, sorry for that
I meant Dick65, and I guess it isn't his personal homepage but some German Winamp page..

Read review here though

[edit]
Beta 9
* %y metatag works for year now
* Super-root can be removed in preferences
* Expand/collapse tree-menu implemented
* A preferences language file update.
* Menu language file update

The Alt+G business is something we overlooked in 1.0 I think. As far I can see in the code there's no Alt+G at all but rather Ctrl+G works differently depending on what (tree or list) is focused. It's really bad I think, but I guess the two were too similar to have two different shortcuts...

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Super-root is very nice

Some issues though (you didn't see that one coming )
Issues not necessarily related to the super-root, btw...
- When reading all tags in a folder, the status at the bottom doesn't say "To stop tag-reading, press 'escape'".

- When you switch the tree from the right to the left (in prefs), and the contents of the treelist take more space than the content of the listview, the listview is not properly refreshed (see attached screenshot).

- Jojo was not only referring to the Alt+G issue when he linked to here. It seems that for him when switching from search to browse mode in the selected folder not only the files in that folder are displayed in the listview, but also files not belonging there from some playlist root. I can't reproduce it...
You still have that problem, jojo?

- Maybe idea to also add play/enqueue features to super-root right-click menu?

I'd love to test the extended m3u also, is something I've wanted as well
(maybe if I have time for it later today)


The option 'Perform action on all items in listview' is NOT only for the Enqueue button, is it? Since that's the way it looks like now in prefs...


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as of now, I like mrym's suggestion best: "My Library"
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Some issues though (you didn't see that one coming )
Issues not necessarily related to the super-root, btw...
- When reading all tags in a folder, the status at the bottom doesn't say "To stop tag-reading, press 'escape'".
Fixed.
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- When you switch the tree from the right to the left (in prefs), and the contents of the treelist take more space than the content of the listview, the listview is not properly refreshed (see attached screenshot).
fixed.
- Jojo was not only referring to the Alt+G issue when he linked to here. It seems that for him when switching from search to browse mode in the selected folder not only the files in that folder are displayed in the listview, but also files not belonging there from some playlist root. I can't reproduce it...
You still have that problem, jojo?
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Not touched. Is this an issue?
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- Maybe idea to also add play/enqueue features to super-root right-click menu?
fixed.

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The option 'Perform action on all items in listview' is NOT only for the Enqueue button, is it? Since that's the way it looks like now in prefs...
True. (Note-to-self...)

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as of now, I like mrym's suggestion best: "My Library" [/B]
Fixed.

Beta 9.1 uploaded.
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Super-root is great. May I come forward with a proposal - perhaps that's a silly thought and not easy to implement, but maybe it's something to discuss:

First it would be nice to have some (funny word) 'subordinate-super-roots': Meaning you can choose some root folders and create a super root below them. This would be useful to have one super root with music files roots and one super root with videos for example.

Another mad dream: 'Joined-Roots'. Think Siebe mentioned this some time ago if I got him right. You can choose some root folders and they are merged together. subfolders named exaclty like the other one in the same tree level will be merged. So the user can't see that the files are physically stored in different folders. This could solve the following problem: You have categorized your music like class->genre->artist->album->title and your archive is spread over several hard disks or you want to add files from cd/memorystick and still want to maintain your structure.
Crazy!??

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First it would be nice to have some (funny word) 'subordinate-super-roots': Meaning you can choose some root folders and create a super root below them. This would be useful to have one super root with music files roots and one super root with videos for example.

Another mad dream: 'Joined-Roots'. Think Siebe mentioned this some time ago if I got him right. You can choose some root folders and they are merged together. subfolders named exaclty like the other one in the same tree level will be merged. So the user can't see that the files are physically stored in different folders. This could solve the following problem: You have categorized your music like class->genre->artist->album->title and your archive is spread over several hard disks or you want to add files from cd/memorystick and still want to maintain your structure.
Crazy!?? [/B]
What I don't like with all these super-roots is that they destroy the illusion of a dynamic library since we are no longer talking about a mirror of your harddrive but instead an abstraction more along the line of ML...

I don't know what anyone else thinks...this is more or less a joint project so if the general idea is that Lion12 is correct I guess I will look into it. But I thought I present my view first
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@lion
do not be offended
i don't like your idea, it's totally messing up explorer folder structure.
you just make root playlist like "my music.m3u", "my video.m3u", "genre.m3u" or whatever for your purpose.

@joonas
sort order of super-root is odd.
whenever i try to sort by path, it returns discretely.

super-root icon is much better now.
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What I don't like with all these super-roots is that they destroy the illusion of a dynamic library since we are no longer talking about a mirror of your harddrive but instead an abstraction more along the line of ML...
joonas replied while i was typing. agree with you.[/edit]
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sort order of super-root is odd.
whenever i try to sort by path, it returns discretely.
Odd how? I can sort by path..
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I got the same problem. I can sort on path, but as soon as I leave 'My Library' and come back later (i.e. select a root and re-select My Library again), it's a weird order again (while the arrow on the path column header is still displayed).

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Btw, I can't remember having asked for 'joint-roots'.

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Odd how? I can sort by path..
sorry, how to reproduce
1.select super-root and sort by path,
then move to another folder.
2.go back to super-root. sort order is messing up again.
[edit] hehe, siebe replied while i was typing. [/edit]
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sorry, how to reproduce
1.select super-root and sort by path,
then move to another folder.
2.go back to super-root. sort order is messing up again.
[edit] hehe, siebe replied while i was typing. [/edit]
Hopefully 9.2 (available now! ) sorts okay...
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What I don't like with all these super-roots is that they destroy the illusion of a dynamic library since we are no longer talking about a mirror of your harddrive but instead an abstraction more along the line of ML...
Your position is accepted - it puts inconsistency.
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@lion
do not be offended
i don't like your idea, it's totally messing up explorer folder structure.
you just make root playlist like "my music.m3u", "my video.m3u", "genre.m3u" or whatever for your purpose.
Good point. Thank you mrym. I think I can deal with nested playlists and maybe some things with albumlist.
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Btw, I can't remember having asked for 'joint-roots'.
Sorry, mixed that up then.

I agree with your point of views. Delusional idea discarded.

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if you add a root the previously/current selected folder is expanded in the process....

weird, i have two root folders: my music and a download folder. each have subfolders. but only the top (my music) folder displays bug

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yup, fixed.
but "press escape to abort tag reading" doesn't display again...

as for the ext info loading, send to playlist editor from the list view is really fast to load, but the send from the tree view (root playlist, playlist node) is too slow to load (it seems dl send to playlist editor file-path only).
is it possible to make same behavior as from the list view?

and any chance to implement this feature?
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- when the super-root is selected, in the right-click file in listview menu 'Delete' and 'Remove from playlist' are missing... on purpose?

- "Show all files" in playlist context menu, maybe also as option in Preferences?

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Select one file in listview and hit play or enqueue button gets winamp crashed. Rightclick works though. Reproduceable, anyone? Edit:doubleclick works, too. Edit2: but "perform action on all items in listview" doesn't work.

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Yep...
"Perform action on all items in listview" doesn't matter...

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Select one file in listview and hit play or enqueue button gets winamp crashed. Rightclick works though. Reproduceable, anyone? Edit:doubleclick works, too. Edit2: but "perform action on all items in listview" doesn't work.
Yes it is reproducable. Will fix it for next beta.

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- when the super-root is selected, in the right-click file in listview menu 'Delete' and 'Remove from playlist' are missing... on purpose?
Delete will make it. Remove from playlist probably not...

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- "Show all files" in playlist context menu, maybe also as option in Preferences?
Yep.

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if you add a root the selected folder is expanded in the process....

weird, i have two root folders: my music and a download folder. each have subfolders. but only the top (my music) folder displays bug
Not reproducable here...but surely somehow. If you can figure out anything let me know...

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"press escape to abort tag reading" doesn't display again...
Only when you have Automatically read tags right? Cause it shows up if you select Read tags in this folder...

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as for the ext info loading, send to playlist editor from the list view is really fast to load, but the send from the tree view (root playlist, playlist node) is too slow to load (it seems dl send to playlist editor file-path only).
is it possible to make same behavior as from the list view?
This I am not following...what exactly do you mean?

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is it possible to make like this?
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if some tags are missing, ignores between "[ ]".
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Likely this will make it yes. But probably late in the release...
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i can reproduce two unique problems, the difference of the two is that the first isnt automatic.


1. make sure top root(folder) is completely collapsed
2. rightclick treeview add folder
3. select top root, for me, its always fully expanded, it should just stay collapsed all the way.

if i repeat using the second root(folder) it never occurs.

AND
if the top root only shows the subfolders directly under it (no sub-subfolders visible) and i add a root(folder) it automatically goes to top root and expands all folders of top root. not reproducable with 2nd root(folder)
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i can reproduce two unique problems, the difference of the two is that the first isnt automatic.


1. make sure top root(folder) is completely collapsed
2. rightclick treeview add folder
3. select top root, for me, its always fully expanded, it should just stay collapsed all the way.

if i repeat using the second root(folder) it never occurs.

AND
if the top root only shows the subfolders directly under it (no sub-subfolders visible) and i add a root(folder) it automatically goes to top root and expands all folders of top root. not reproducable with 2nd root(folder)
Weird, it happened once for me. But far from every time...
Have to look at that later...
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- Jojo was not only referring to the Alt+G issue when he linked to here. It seems that for him when switching from search to browse mode in the selected folder not only the files in that folder are displayed in the listview, but also files not belonging there from some playlist root. I can't reproduce it...
You still have that problem, jojo?
Yes, it does all kind of weird things, i'm still trying to firure it out myself but there sure is a bug.

edit: now removed that root playlist, and still acts weird.
it seems as like the files from previous 'goto' action are showed in the list, but in the tree always the correct folder is selected.
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Old 21st March 2005, 04:53   #157
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Only when you have Automatically read tags right? Cause it shows up if you select Read tags in this folder...
oh sorry, i have mixed up v1.1 with v1.0.
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This I am not following...what exactly do you mean?
see the attachment. does this make any sense?

as for the cache of playlist roots, i think these cache files should be belong to cache folder.
and why you put mp.3 for cache file extension? it's confusing.

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i can confirm problem.
everytime i hit the Ctrl+G from the search mode, tree view displays correctly but list view displays previous state.
it's hard to express cause of my english ability...

1. for example i have three root( A, B, C) each roots contains 10files (a01-10.mp3, b01-10.mp3, c01-10.mp3).

2. select root A, then swich to the search mode.

3. select b**.mp3 in the list view, then hit Ctrl+G, the tree view select root B but the list view displays root A's files.

4. select root B, then swich to the search mode.

5. select c**.mp3 in the list view, then hit Ctrl+G, the tree view select root C but the list view displays root B's files.

endless...
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Old 21st March 2005, 07:09   #158
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[B]oh sorry, i have mixed up v1.1 with v1.0.see the attachment. does this make any sense?

as for the cache of playlist roots, i think these cache files should be belong to cache folder.
and why you put mp.3 for cache file extension? it's confusing.
I have no idea what you're talking about...all cache files are put in the dl\Cache folder and all cache files have .tmp extension.
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@jojo
i can confirm problem.
everytime i hit the Ctrl+G from the search mode, tree view displays correctly but list view displays previous state.
it's hard to express cause of my english ability...

1. for example i have three root( A, B, C) each roots contains 10files (a01-10.mp3, b01-10.mp3, c01-10.mp3).

2. select root A, then swich to the search mode.

3. select b**.mp3 in the list view, then hit Ctrl+G, the tree view select root B but the list view displays root A's files.

4. select root B, then swich to the search mode.

5. select c**.mp3 in the list view, then hit Ctrl+G, the tree view select root C but the list view displays root B's files.

endless... [/B]
I must be doing something wrong here too...because the listview displays correctly for me...
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Old 21st March 2005, 07:53   #160
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I have no idea what you're talking about...all cache files are put in the dl\Cache folder and all cache files have .tmp extension.
here is the evidence. see attachment.
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