Set objPlaylists = objPlayer.PlaylistCollection
Set objAll = objPlaylists.getByName("Dire Straits Playlist")
Set objList = objAll.Item(0)
For i = 0 to objList.Count - 1
Set objSong = objList.Item(i)
Modify the echo line to suit. Write it to a file even.
I do not know if you have tried opening the playlists in any text editor. They are in xml, however they do not have the standard notation on top. I am sure you could write a xslt that would output an xhtml from the playlist.
Ofcourse DCMonkey's solution would be better in the sense that you can obtain more information about the tracks if you need from the wmp library
I personally don't find a feature like this important enough to be included in the media player itself. Besides, there are plugins one can install to enable this functionality, as someone already pointed out.
One of the features that I missed when I switched from iTunes to WMP10 (I never liked WMP9) was the ability to share the library easily and seamlessly across the network. I did find a plugin that was able to do it, but it wasn't quite as nicely implemented
as the Rendezvous (now Bonjour) sharing that iTunes has. I still liked several other aspects of WMP10 enough that I gave up this feature and switched over.
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