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English pages => Questions => Topic started by: Ribot on October 02, 2019, 17:33:00

Title: Display of the activation of 'Suspend playback' (entire playlist) at a skin
Post by: Ribot on October 02, 2019, 17:33:00
In your player-version 4.60/2146 you have inplemented the functionality 'automatically jump to next track' 'and suspend the playback' (under Preference/Player/Automatic/Playbackmode).
In the older versions one has to use the plugin 'Playlist autostop' of Korney San to get a similar functionality. (It's a 'Stop after current track' but for the entire playlist). If it's activated the provider acPlayerStop flashes. This can be used to visualize the activation at a skin: Bind the visibility of a TextDisplay with the flashing of the provider acPlayerStop, the skin shows a flashing text when the plugin is active.(The same happens when the normal 'Stop after current track' is activated.)
The new functionality is pretty much more elegant. Furthermore it shows the active track to be played. Which is a feature I missed in the plugin). My problem is: I could not find out, how I can visualize the state of the activation, e.g. the acPlayerStop doesn't flash. But: If I use a hotkey to 'Suspend playback at beginning of track' - the single event equivalent to this functionality -,  the acPlayerStop provider starts flashing.   
So I want to ask:
Is there a possibility to visualize the state of the activation of this functionality, respectively is there a provider which one can use or is there a possibility to show the state of the switches of the 'Playback mode' at a skin?

Thanks so much for helping
Title: Re: Display of the activation of 'Suspend playback' (entire playlist) at a skin
Post by: Artem on October 03, 2019, 11:27:11
The "Automatically jump to next track" option was in previous versions too. Its not new. We just extend it via "suspend playback" option
I afraid it impossible for now, but I will try to add this ability in next update of player.
Title: Re: Display of the activation of 'Suspend playback' (entire playlist) at a skin
Post by: Ribot on October 03, 2019, 13:28:43
Thank you so much Artem for your quick answer.
It's great that you will implement it... I will wait for the next updates.