coder316 wrote:get the playlist, including META data (mainly artist and song name), when each song starts/stops playing and in real time send all of that to another app running in the background.
check this out.
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how can i run .NET apps without .NET installed?
or in other words, how can i use mscorjit.dll, mscorwks.dll, mscorwks.dll and some other dlls, depends on (my app) what components my app is using (ex: if is a win forms app then System.Windows.Forms.dll is required, but not only) from BCL?
like i said here i have 2x120G SATA drives, 7200: 40G (+50 unsorted) of Music and "some" movies.
Angus wrote:I have a very organised system; for music for instance, I have this sort of organisation scheme:
\Music\<Artist Name>\<Artist Name> + "Tracks"\
and if there are a few pictures of the aritst I have this:
\Music\<Artist Name>\<Artist Name> + "Pictures"\
Every track is properly named and has the correct information; that was the part that took hours to do.
SlackmasterK wrote:Very nice. About time someone topped me. Is this on your home rig as well? But, I still win in the quantity of 120's
Hey Microsoft!, keep in mind that we, Windows users, want something from your OSs, so when you make a new OS think about features that we want in it, don't put in it some crap.
- A New Window Option (like in IE)
- New Design (MMC, My Computer, Explorer (remove that stupid search box from it, and add something really useful))
- New Components in OS (.NET, Virtual PC, P2P Client (like eMule), )
how about lala.com, i have an account but i'm from Europe (now they not have a service for europe). Here albums = 1$ and about 0.5 for shipping.
EDIT: guys try audiofind.ru, if you IP is variable then you lucky.