Old 8th January 2009, 16:29   #1
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New Preset Organiser/Set Compiler

A little app im working on at the moment mainly because all my presets are all over the place and unorganised and it adds them in numerical order which you can resort pretty easily so it should be good to create sequential sets or to use if you want to see specific transitions

Extract to your winamp directory and run the app.
[] Double click a preset to add it to the pack/set
[] Double click a preset on the left to remove it
[] X2 duplicates current preset
[] ^ moves it up list (works good)
[] v moves it down the list (needs fixing but just about usable)
[] Select pack/set depending which folder you want it to be in
[] Type a name for the new folder
[] Click make

You do have to exit then run again at the moment in order to make a new one

The sets/packs are stored in presets/tmF-Organised/(packs/sets)/(your set)

Hope some of you find it usefull any more bugs let me know, ill try to sort them out
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Old 9th January 2009, 14:08   #2
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Ok ive actually tested it alot more (too tired yesterday) and it now does what its meant to and actually is usefull

Updates:
[] Moving presets and and down list does NOT name the copies wrongly anymore (ie sorts the new list AND list of files to be copied)
[] Moving presets up and down now resorts list automatically
[] Moving them down the list works
[] Duplicating resorts list automatically
[] Make now creates the folders in the RIGHT directories

Overwrite all the files when extracting to Winamp directory

Note:
1. Be carefull when duplicating a preset then moving it up or down, make sure you click it a couple of times, sometimes this crashes the app

2. Do NOT try to use the same pack/set name as one that already exists, i will add code to check this but at the moment it crashes the app

//EDIT
Added clear list button and tested it a little, should let you create one pack then start again without having to quit

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Old 9th January 2009, 14:26   #3
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Version with clear list button
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Old 9th January 2009, 15:02   #4
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Very handy! Gone are the days of organizing presets by hand

What language was it written in? It's very clean and responsive, I'm thinking it must be C++?

One quirk I've noticed, double clicking a preset in the Set/Pack list crashes the app. That's one way to remove it I guess

But great job

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Old 9th January 2009, 15:36   #5
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haha yeah hopefully, especially if youve got remixes in other folders and such

its actually vb6 :P but theres not much going on so its pretty small and works quick

QUIRK:.
[] Deleting last preset in list crashes app
Fix:.
Move it up one then remove it



hope it helps you out man, should be good to create organised lists for vj sets and stuff too

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Old 13th January 2009, 13:03   #6
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Ahhh good ole' vb6... barf.

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