This was originally created by Br3tt aka Falstaff.
The behaviour of clickable ratings depend on the presence of
foo_playcount. When installed,
Playback Statistics will be used. Without it,
RATING tags are written
to your files.
There were changes during the
3.1.x series of components but
2.0 Beta 18
dropped its internal
Playback Statistics and the previous behaviour of using
foo_playcount has been restored. Component version
3.2.0 or later is required to
be compatible with this update.
- Full drag/drop including to exeternal panels.
- Customisable group headers with optional front cover display.
- Smooth Scrolling.
- Arrange columns using drag/drop, create custom columns with title formatting and full $rgb support.
- Playlist specific tags like
%queue_index%etc are fully supported.
- Optional playlist info header.
- Use album art or a custom image as background wallpaper.
- Use the middle click mouse button or tab key to open the built in
Playlist Manager. This has advanced features such as the ability to sort playlists by name and apply playlist locks.
- Check the right click menu and
Panel settingsfor all options.
- Change colours and fonts in foobar2000
- Alternatively, you can configure independent custom colours from the right click menu.
- Right click on the columns toolbar to toggle columns on/off. Use the main
Panel settingsto customise them.
- Ctrl+T to toggle the columns toolbar.
- Ctrl+I to toggle the playlist info panel.
- Ctrl+C, Ctrl+X, Ctrl+V to copy/cut/paste using the
Windows Clipboard. Clipboard contents can now be pasted in
- Use F2 key to rename active playlist in playlist manager panel.
- Use F5 key to refresh covers.
Loving tracks on Last.fm with foo_lastfm_playcount_sync#
It's now possible to love/unlove tracks on Last.fm directly from clicking on the hearts in the
MOOD column. This feature can be enabled
in the Properties window. Hold Shift+Win before right clicking. The option is named
Love tracks with foo_lastfm_playcount_sync.
- You must have foo_lastfm_playcount_sync installed, configured and authenticated with your Last.fm account.
- You must have imported your
Last.fmloved tracks via the main
Librarymenu because it works as a toggle for the current value.
- You must enable the
MOODcolumn and configure it in the settings to display
%lfm_loved%. Ensure this is displaying your imported loved tracks as expected before clicking anything!
Now when you click the heart, it loves/unloves tracks directly on Last.fm. Only a succesful response from the server
will make the icon update. Check the foobar2000
Console for messages if not working as expected.