rovingcowboy wrote:but it seems to add a second even when it is disabled.
This is strange, it's not suppose to. Are you sure it my script? Try uninstall it, restart MM and see if it still the case.
allready did before i posted i wanted to make sure of it first.
yes its your script.
but like i said it might be done to allow the other scripts that switch things or
do things when the song starts to have room
also. if you did not do it then maybe they added it in to mediamonkey
with one of the updates ages ago and i just seen it?
it is only noticeable if you have the same msagent program i use for the announcer, the second shows up by way of making the annoucer double kick to the next song. so instead of skipping one song it skips two songs. with out the script in the annoucer is back to normal one skip. with the extra skip it makes the announcer say the first song it skipped too then play the second one it skipped too. that tells me there was a second added between the songs when your script is disabled.
other wise my announcer would not have thought the song ended and skipped to the next one.
no biggy for me i'll just go back to listen to the dj fight with the song on who is to have priority over the speakers. Um? maybe i'll set that priority up on the announcer that might work?
anyway back to your script it is working i tested it with the announcer of mine disabled nice if not using the announcer
but i'll take it back out cause i want the announcer. not because of your script.
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