Davo wrote:Great script Uwe.
Davo wrote:Is it possible in the Options - Setup that the playlist box brings up my playlists so that i just select the one i want rather than typing in the name.
Davo wrote:Also does the input have to be confined to playlists, could it work for a Library filter?
Big_Berny wrote:AFAIK it should be possible to get the playlists into the script by SQL-query...
Davo wrote:I have many playlists & without the selection box I have to remember the exact name of the playlist & hope that i type it correctly.
Davo wrote:Regarding "Input confined to playlists" What i am looking for here is to be able to select a Library filter or a Genre filter as the source of the tracks rather than just Playlists. For example i already have separate Library filters for Classical, Jazz , Rock and other classifications which i could use as the input to your script. I'm not sure of the programming implications for your script but i believe it would be possible because Triximoto already has these options in his "AutoAlbumDJ script" which also uses the "AutoDJ" function in MM.
Davo wrote:As a general observation there's quite a few "Auto DJ" type scripts around at the moment. Each with it's own special features. For example i really like the way you you have done your weightings but i also like the way Triximoto handles album shuffling. It would be good if the development of the AutoDJ function could be coordinated (Scripters & MM Devs) so that the best of the features could be integrated into a single application within MM. I'm interested in your thoughts on this.
ipkiss wrote:I love this script
ipkiss wrote:but is there a way to not have it refresh its own playlist at MM startup?
ipkiss wrote:I have the playlist set to 250 and unfortunately this means MM takes quite some time to startup if Radio DJ is used.
uwuerfel wrote:It doesn't do this. At least not at startup of MM.
Maybe you are confusing something.
In the option sheet the entry "Max. Songs" is only used when you are clicking on the tree node.
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