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Re: Feature Request

Posted: Wed Jul 14, 2010 3:54 pm
by Brett
Im always keen on ideas but im also super lazy! Not doing doing anything is much easier than actually doing something.
But hey you kind of won the last battle in this thread! :p

My main concerns regarding not doing something versus actually having to do something this time is that the titles line up above the UI elements they relate to? Doesnt that make sense??

PS. I swear I could sell sand to the Arab's, I can argue anything until I am right :)

EDIT: blah the more I look the more it makes sense.. I"ll likely move it :(

Re: Feature Request

Posted: Sun Jul 18, 2010 12:02 am
by Warkering

To begin, you will see that i'm a poor English speaker! :P

After that, I will say that this player is my favorite between all on the PC. Kick Itunes ass if we want a reactive player! 8-)
The two things I would want : The possibility to choose an Equalizer for each music.
If i'm not clear, it's like Itunes. You can choose one equalizer for each music. When Song1 play, it's this equalizer parameters. When it's Song2, it's this one. Etc.
And the second feature request is a better equalizer like a 7 bands or something and with Presets ( Rock, Techno, ... ).

If one day you implement this, I will be you're worshipper! :mrgreen:

Thank you for listening.

EDIT : Sorry, another thing : the possibility to control Tuniac with the system tray menu. A right click and we can pause, stop, next track, quit, show... ;)

Re: Feature Request

Posted: Sun Jul 18, 2010 1:44 am
by Brett
The tray already has quit, play, playlists etc etc. They atleast work under Windows 7.
I gave up supporting XP a month or so ago so it's possible that does not work under Windows XP. That was because of the file association for Vista/7 meant it was just easier to drop XP support.

Re: Feature Request

Posted: Sun Jul 18, 2010 7:47 am
by Warkering
Ok, i'm on XP so...! :P
That's okay, anyway, I dont need to close Tuniac when I play a game or something, he take little memory so this is ok.
Thank you for the quick response! :)

Re: Feature Request

Posted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 12:08 pm
by Brett
Replace your TuniacApp.exe with this one, it likely will fix your systray menu.

Re: Feature Request

Posted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 2:21 pm
by Warkering
Wow! Thank you, it now work perfectly! ;)