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Thread: one-click mp3 to flash drive. Anyone interested

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    i just now saw this? What is your version written in? VB or what? I'd like to take a look at the code to see if we can do anything about the command line issues.
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    yep completely vb... and command line works fine... just not with RR.

    when using the run command it can't cope with the neede space between the .exe and the used command (ex. /cf)

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    ah ok, i'm tryin to build this program to function seemlessly with rr.. to appear as if its a built-in function. Your program is more stand-alone oriented. That being said you should definitely post it in the general software forum.
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    yep that's true. some of my friends liked it when i asked them to test it on their machines and asked if they could use it to easyally copy playing files to flash-drives off friends of them while beeing over for a drink. so i made it a stand-alone program. i'm now thinking of makin an extension plugin which does the same thing, the only problem is that there will be ANOTHER file which u need to use and to define in each skin :S but feel free to use any of my code

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    How does the confirm popup work in RR?

    I've copied the enclosed skins into my skin folder, copied the two ExecTBL.ini lines into my skin folder's ExecTBL.ini (which I understand to be the same as putting it into the main RR ExecTBL.ini file, just more skin specific) and put the following in the command line into a button per the post above:

    "RUNQ;C:\Program Files\MP3Copy\mp3copy.exe"

    Also, here's the .ini file located in C:\Program Files\MP3Copy:
    [mp3copy]
    SendMethod=FlashDrive
    WaitTimeTrack=3000
    CopyMethod=file
    DestinationSite=G:
    FTPSite=
    BTsite=
    SendConfirm=True
    NoConfigSend=False

    How does the plugin call for the confirmation skin to pop up in rr?
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    the plugin needs to be updated. basically the program is looking for rr.exe instead of roadrunner.exe (recently changed). I'll post an update later.
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    New version released. Check first post.
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    Awesome! Works great. Thanks!
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    program updated (not neccessary if your plugin is working though). Check post 1
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    Hi Sonicxtacy02...I have DL MP3 copy. I read the readme file(also the whole thread) and have a couple of questions.

    1. -Copy contents of Winamp files folder to C:\Program Files\Winamp
    Where are the contents of winamp files to be copied to winamp folder. Is it included in the .rar file?

    2. In the adobe file (Winamp/plugins folder), there are a lot of options. Template file, Not Playing file, Output file, Popup Format, speech format. Which ones need to be configured and any specific configuration?

    Thanks.

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