Yes the pulldown was what I was referring to, if the playlist doesn't have any tracks it would be nice if it wasn't included in the list. I have over 100 playlists so if I can make the list any smaller that would be great.raybeau528 wrote:nyn, 1. when you requested to not include the parent playlist are you referring to not listing it in the pulldown?
If so, I can look into it. Probably wouldn't be too difficult.
Thanks.raybeau528 wrote: 2. not expanding the playlist - yeah, that isn't very elegant or user friendly. That was kind of what motivated me to
create this in the first place. So that I could quickly invoke a set of playlists without scanning through the list.
At best, I think I could unexpand up to the first level. With this implementation, as you saw, I had to create a
playlist and then set focus to it but as I'm writing this I'm thinking I could probably unexpand it all. It's on the list!
If possible I would like some way to autosave the now playing list at some given time. Because I test alot of scripts and use many on a daily basis, sometimes my MM will crash or after it closes I get one of those access violation errors which means my mediamonkey.m3u doesn't save. And since I add tracks to the now playing from lots of different playlists, I lose the order/tracks which I was listening to. If I could have it save automatically at the click of a button or on some kind of schedule, hopefully my losses could be minimized. I am currently using Belial's Autosave Playlist script but it will only save if there are changes to the number of tracks and the access violation errors will sometimes overwrite this as well, so I was hoping a playlist within MM would be better for me.raybeau528 wrote: 3. It should be relatively easy to create a playlist and send the tracks from the now playing to it. Tell me a little
more and I could help you with that.