I recently got an email from someone asking where they can find Forget Crossfade
since my site was no longer up. I took down my site a couple of months ago to rebuild and since I've been using Spotify for the last few years I completely forgot that people would still be looking for my scripts.
Thankyou stan9980 for putting it up somewhere so that people could still find it.
Edit: Unfortunately I just realised it's no longer up. I've put it up here for the time being:https://www.dropbox.com/sh/92jwywr2nb5r5r8/AABXDyT6986BtX2Tg-YhmHEea?dl=0
In the next couple of days I'm going to make sure Forget Crossfade gets back online properly on my site. Then I will hopefully make some changes and updates to it as soon as I get the chance.
In regard to some of the discussion, some of the feature requests I've seen while quickly reading through have covered this point:
ipkiss wrote:Is it possible to add a way to tell the script to treat an individual track as though the next song is always considered the next track on the album? So it never crossfades at the end of that track, no matter what song is played next?
And solved by Big Isch using the custom5 field in songs like this:
Big Isch wrote:
I just added following right after line 120:
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If (Instr( SDB.Player.CurrentSong.Custom5, "[crossfade]") > 0) Then
nextAlbum = "Fake next album name to mimic track in other album"
So I can mark individual tracks to also be crossfaded to consecutive track.
This is a very good request and solution.
Happy Easter everyone.