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Post by Skyhawker »

I'd like a way to send tracks as shortcuts to a folder. I like the current Send to functions, however this would be useful for things like copying a tracklist to my GTA SanAndreas UserTracks folder. It doesn't need the mp3s, just shortcuts to them, which saves a lot of space.

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Post by Lowlander »

Playlists are for that. I would advise you to create a playlist for GTA San Andreas and use send to/playlist to keep a list of songs you want.
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Post by Skyhawker »

yes but GTA wants the mp3s in it's special folder, OR shortcuts to the mp3s in it's special folder. a playlist file in there wont work. is it possible to write a script or something to do it?

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This script is now available here: [CORRECTED]
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Ooops! :oops:
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Post by zephyr »

Hi,

This is an old thread, but I thought I'd recycle it, as (I hope) it's ~90% of my shortcut creator requirement.

Is it possible to create shortcuts to the folder of a selected track, i.e. the "folder path" (directory)?

I'd like to make album shortcuts, with the right file structure this'd be a cool tool.

Hope that makes sense, cheers
Grateful noob
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