Guitar Tab Finder

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Re: Guitar Tab Finder

by Peke » Wed Oct 21, 2009 4:41 pm

Welcome to Mediamonkey forum brown111723 I've assigned Original forum post to your username so that you can update it accordingly to you Guitar Tabs extension changes.

Re: Guitar Tab Finder

by brown111723 » Wed Oct 21, 2009 3:44 pm

done! thanks for the tip rovingcowboy

Re: Guitar Tab Finder

by rovingcowboy » Wed Oct 21, 2009 8:46 am

don't forget to put your scripts announcement in the all scripts thread many people that dont view the site everyday have told that thread to send them info on new posts to it. so they will be glad to see a new script in that thread even more so since the last three were chit chat posts that had to be removed from the thread for scripts announcements. so go annouce your script in there. follow the example in the first post of the thread on how to announce the script. :)

Guitar Tab Finder

by brown111723 » Wed Oct 21, 2009 4:35 am

Hi all

Ive been able to create a Guitar Tab finder for Mediamonkey. Its not exactly pretty and Im sure theres a better/more efficient way of doing it (im no programmer) but it works.
Basically this will grab Guitar Tabs from and display links to all available, upon clicking a link, will display that tab, as in screenshot.
This uses .asp so will require the IIS web server running on your PC.

To setup:

1. Download RightClickForWeb script and and the following entry in C:\Program Files\MediaMonkey\Scripts\Auto\RightClickForWeb.ini

Group=Guitar Tabs
Caption=Guitar Tab

2. Save the below file to C:\Inetpub\wwwroot (must have IIS running)

3. Download and install

Thats about it. If someone knows a better way or could script without needing IIS would be excellent!