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|0006237||MediaMonkey (current)||Properties/Auto-Tools||public||2010-01-08 22:55||2010-11-04 22:56|
|Target Version||4.0||Fixed in Version||4.0|
|Summary||0006237: Properties: Add new 'Start Time' and 'Stop Time' fields|
|Description||Based on some requests like this |
it seems it would make sense to add new 'Start Time' and 'Stop Time' fields (like iTunes has).
A) directly to Track Properties
B) File -> Manage Filters -> <filter> -> Configure -> Options -> Player Options
A) is preferable
It would be useful, because sometimes users want to skip several seconds for podcasts or audiobooks starting with some kind of advertising or a long signatures.
Also many songs have some preludes that are wanted to be skipped.
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|Fixed in build||1321|
|related to||0006242||closed||Ludek||MediaMonkey (current)||Scripting: Add new 'StartTime' and 'StopTime' GET/LET properties to ISDBSongData|
|has duplicate||0004921||closed||petr||MediaMonkey (current)||Store Start-time / Stop-time for tracks|
|related to||0003492||feedback||petr||MediaMonkey (current)||Bookmarking and podcasts improvements|
|child of||0005924||new||Ludek||MediaMonkey 5||Framework: CUEPoint Support|
Implemented in build 1301.
Added new editable 'Start Time' and 'Stop Time' fields to
Properties -> Details
||It should be also added to iPod syncing plug-in, so that the fields are used on iPods/iPhone.|
Of course, I forgot, thanks!
Fixed in build 1301.
Last edited: 2010-10-25 13:09
verified 1318. However, I think it needs to be reopened. Start and stop fields do not recognize decimals with a period (eg 0:30.5)
Currently it only recognizes with a comma (eg 0:30,5)
I think both should be recognized or maybe be controlled by the localization (AFAIK in english speaking countries the period is always used).
Add'l info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decimal_mark#Countries_using_Arabic_numerals_with_decimal_point
Fixed in build 1319.
It accepts both form now.
Tested in build 1319, but I still see some problems.
1. Enter 30,5 (or 30.5) into "Start time", hit OK. Reopen track properties. Start time now reads "0:00,005"
2. Enter 0:30,5 (or 0:30.5) into Start time, hit OK. Reopen track properties. Start time now reads "0:30,005"
||Fixed in build 1321.|