Originally Posted by kristykistic
You are quite correct. This use to work - I'll have to look into it and see what I changed. (This is horrificly (sp?) confusing source code.)
Thank you for pointing this out - most of the time people don't bother to tell me and I find it on my own.
Actually this is still working for me. It's the page up and page down keys (not the ones on the numpad.) I was confusing myself using the wrong keys.
Do these not work for you?
With some more investigation, I've found that these keys do in fact seem to be working, but with some stipulations...
First, while testing a bit and file-jumping back and forth using both the pageUP/PageDN keys (non-numpad) as well as discovering that apparently when playing in list-play mode, the usual play single key (num Left) acts as a "reset current song" while the usual stop single key (num Right) seems to also skip to the next track. I also managed to crash the program while doing this excessive file-skipping, which wasn't quite as fun a discovery.
The only thing in the log that looked like anything other than normal parsing, extracting, etc was this line:
(EXCEPTION_EXECUTE_HANDLER (TERMINATED - Not trying to continue)): (Code: -1073741819) at 1D1C1B30 - eErr_EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION
The other thing I noticed was that what had originally caused me to think the buttons weren't working as they are is apparently the randomize function.
While it WILL randomize a list, thus far I've had no luck in actually getting it to play the list in the order generated, and some of the keys don't seem to function at all (page up/down simply navigate the list but don't change the song), playing the list doesn't seem to work at all, using the play single key only ever seems to start at what WOULD be the first track were the list not randomized and the stop single key causes the player to run down the tracks sequentially but play nothing.
Sorry if this is a little confusing. Some of it's kinda hard to put into clear wording. It would appear however that most problems I've run into seem to be tied to the random function, not the playing functions themselves.
Oh, and I think somewhere the counter is a little confused. Where it displays at the bottom something like "15 files took 17.93 minutes", I think that should be miliseconds. It happens almost instantly, so there's no way in the world minutes is accurate there, and I would sincerely doubt it could possibly even be full seconds.
And if my verbosity ever starts to sound as though I'm crying and bitching, it isn't. I'm just trying to provide as much feedback as possible. Everything else considered, I'm having fun playing with it and it's already made playing the games more fun since I can pretty easily change my tunes while playing now.