Thank you *very* much for commenting on these wishes so fast!
And thank you for the corrections you made. I'm sure this will be less necessary in the future because wishes will be posted here on this topic first (and receive comments if necessary) before they will be added to the wishlist topic.
Psyxonova told me I could send him the things that should be added to the wishlist, but of course you, Rusty, Psyxonova or Onkel_enno can do it directly (and you guys certainly have better experience in scripting).
About some comments you made:
::SDBUIDropDown: property Editable
That's right; it works the same way as c# does.
::ISDBApplication: New event: OnTrackRipped(filepath to last ripped track, and it's SongData object)
The intention of this event was that when a track has been ripped from a cd, the created wav file (if set in the options, or if SaveLastRippedTrack is set to True) could be copied through a script to another location (while MM is using it to convert the format) if people want to keep some of their ripped tracks as backup in wav format. The idea came from http://www.mediamonkey.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7221
Will the new event support this? Anyway, it's just a wish. If it's not interesting enough well... then it isn't.
New event: OnTrackChange(PreviousTrack (SongData), NewTrack (SongData))
Sorry for the confusion. I was thinking of an event that fires when the player changes from one song to another. (it doesn't fire if the same song starts over again). Maybe this behaviour can be simulated by the onPlay event (remember what the previous track was and compare it with the new one)
::ISDBSongData: UpdateDB should also update the file path in the library
You are so right
::ISDBTree: PreviousNode & PreviousSiblingNode
These already work great in MM. I mistakenly added them because I made a error-catching interface for them and forgot that the methods themself already existed. The ParentNode property will make the error-catching workaround unneccesary
Maybe the wishes that are useless should be deleted from the wishlist for clarity.