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nwn
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« on: October 20, 2003, 09:41:19 am »

http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?showtopic=14328&

but it seems and we don't know exactly what is working
is it possible to have more infos on the fake window and infos you send to and how interaction work with winamp v2 api prog ..
is it only the fwww title that you display .. ?

do you send command infos from foobar (stop .. etc.)

which command are included in the direction from winamp/api to ffobar..
i saw that for ex ... open file not working when using remote control winamp compatible ..
is playlist and volume implemented?

thanks for giving us infos..
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R1CH
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« Reply #1 on: October 26, 2003, 01:13:54 am »

Wow, quite a thread there. I've not documented which functions are implemented or not as I didn't really think there would be anyone using it outside of very basic song reporting stats.

To my knowledge, all the play/pause/stop/next/previous etc commands work, it will respond to queries asking for is playing/paused, is shuffle on/off, is random on/off and you can set shuffle/random from API. There is also a bit of code that I never tested that allows one to send a IDC_PLAY (I think) command which plays a file directly, bypassing foobar playlist.

I think I'll tidy it up a little and implement as much functionality as I can and then release the code so others can continue if there is anything missing,
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hn273
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« Reply #2 on: October 27, 2003, 03:34:36 pm »

Quote from: R1CH

[...]

To my knowledge, all the play/pause/stop/next/previous etc commands work, it will respond to queries asking for is playing/paused, is shuffle on/off, is random on/off and you can set shuffle/random from API.

[...]

I think I'll tidy it up a little and implement as much functionality as I can and then release the code so others can continue if there is anything missing,


Hi,

I've written an external remotecontrol with optional php-class for winamp2.

I'm very interested in using it also for foobar2000, which is possible with your dll.

Have tested it and the basic functions are working. Cheesy

But there are also functions which are not working now, mainly all my queries of current states for volume, panning, repeat and shuffle aren't answered.

Maybe it is possible that we can adapt both tools that they work pretty well together?

It would be really nice if you could implement a return for a query like 'send message 777' (which isn't known by winamp) that tells my tool that it is connected to your foobar_winamp_emulator,  Cool

Here's the link to my tool: http://www.nogajski.de/w2sp/

a list with supported message id's is here:
http://www.nogajski.de/w2sp/binary.php#link4
(there are more id's that I use internally for quering informations, if you are interested I can send you)


Many greetings,
Horst
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Anonymous
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« Reply #3 on: October 28, 2003, 02:44:07 am »

Hi Rich ..

i' m please to annonounce you that we implemeted your plugin on a coming new soft for Foobar ..
which name is LYRIX .. first developped for Winamp, Lobo his conceptor and developper had accept to implement an independant exe progr supporting your plugin to communicate with foobar ..

there is a forum with an english spoken sub_forum
http://forum.lesparoles.net/
http://lyrix.best.cd/ (no refreshed site .. )

I'm publishing on Nwn here and HA and Durtt on french forums and others ..  here is my email durant_terry@hotmail.com

thanks for that .. we will be to have more discussion with you soon..
don't hesitate to come on our forum also ..

here is what we get ..
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