Plugin is no longer developed, so you're recommended to not use it.
Dreadlau wrote:Are you having trouble to make it work with mm4 too?
btw: here is the errors I get after installing using the standard procedure:
gege wrote:I just noticed the "no longer developed" warning in first post, and I must say I'm really sad. MonkeyFlow is great and I still use it in MM3 almost every day. My great collection of album art appears stunning in MonkeyFlow's fullscreen mode.
Although MM4 has its own native Art Browser, it just can't compare (at least in current stage of development) to MonkeyFlow, which is beautiful, highly customizable and provides smooth animations, even in fullscreen, provided you have a decent video card.
I hope either:
1) I manage to make it work with MM4
2) MM4 native art browser evolves enough to get on par with MonkeyFlow's capabilities
Does [your MediaMonkey program path]\Scripts\Auto\MonkeyFlow.exe exist? If not, you could try to copy MonkeyFlow.exe there.
(The code line producing the error in the script is:
SDB.Objects("MonkeyFlowProcess") = WShell.Exec("""" & SDB.ApplicationPath & "Scripts\Auto\MonkeyFlow.exe"" --embedded" & commandLineOptions)
Aff wrote:Is Windows UAC turned on? If so, you can try to either turn it off or set permissions of "C:\Program Files (x86)\MediaMonkey" (incl. subfolders) to Full control for Users. Or first try to start MediaMonkey with "Run as administrator".
Aff wrote:Is it the same after a reboot of your PC?
Aff wrote:What happens if you run MonkeFlow.exe directly from windows explorer?
Aff wrote:When you open explorer with "C:\Program Files (x86)\MediaMonkey", is there a button "Compatibility files"?
Dreadlau wrote:Seems that customizing the colors in the MF appearance dialog makes mediamonkey freeze.
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