mmm, after ending the song now the setting (stop after end of track) is back to default (thanks!), but still it works only if the current playing fine (flac/mp3/etc) isn't looped; if song it's looped it disregard it. Is it possible to fix this too? or make it to "superseed" track loop"? Thanks.
I wasn't sure about that at first, but then I realised it could also be useful even if auto-advance is already off, to just stop looping. So here's an update... www.un4seen.com/stuff/xmplay.exe
The update also adds AIFF support, and has the "add to queue" default action option put back in. Barring any bugs, I think it will pretty much be the 3.5 final version.
How about a way to indicate a string you want to exclude from the search criteria ? For instance : "Armstrong --Fitzgerald" For all tracks by Louis without the collaborations with Ella.
Yep, not a bad idea. Along those lines, in the update above, the "phrase/any/all" options have been replaced by a more flexible inline "+/-" system. Note that when a search term is found without either +/-, the search will be declared successful and ended, ie. XMPlay won't go on to check any following search terms even if they do include +/-. For example, a search string of "+a -b c d" would mean that "a" must be present, "b" must be absent, and either "c" or "d" must be present.
I've got a standard playlist of internet radio stations, and mostly use that. Every once in a while, I drop a downloaded mp3 on XMPlay to hear it. The standard playlist is then automatically over-written with that one mp3.
You can avoid the playlist clearing by holding the shift key when dropping the file, or dropping it on the playlist panel. Another option is to "undo" it (ctrl+Z), eg. after listening to the file.