Here's a new "out of the dust" version of TweakMonkey (I called it 1.0, but that's just a number...). Obviously the script is still a comunity script and is open for anyone to modify.
It's now available in an installer and will install 3 script files.
Here it is: http://home.scarlet.be/ruben.castelein/ ... key1.0.exe
NOTE: For an unknown reason, this script sometimes (and for some people) causes MediaMonkey "Access Violation" errors when MediaMonkey exits. This problem has been reported to the developers, and they hope to get it fixed for MM 3.0.
If you continue to have these errors, you might want to try changing some of TweakMonkey's settings, or use a previous version of this script (in text form in this thread).
Please .don't. post about these Access Violation errors (if they are related to installation of the TweakMonkey script) on the forums. It is already acknowledged and the developers are taking care of it.
- Better layout and coding
- Fast NowPlaying loading (clears now playing on shutdown and reloads it from the library (instead of from the hard drive) on startup, causing faster startup and much less disk usage)
- Resume playback state/position
- Load playlist on startup
- Clear playlist on startup is now done on exit
- Tree configuration works ok now
- Reset player position (for people who lost the internal player)
- Clear search, playlist and url histories
- Change location of database (+ move or copy the database file)
- Switch between MyMusic\MediaMonkey and program folder (use in shared environment) locations, for the MediaMonkey.ini configuration file
- Create zipped backup of the database (MediaMonkey's library, not the music files themselves) and configuration file, and get a history of backups to restore back from.
No code of other scripts has been used for these changes at all.
The idea to zip the backups (+ the used ActiveX component) came from Trixmoto's Backup script
, which is a more powerful solution to make backups of important MediaMonkey files (including scripts and more).