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topic: AjaxAmp  in the forum: Skins
dmiller #1
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The problem is probably the MIME-type. BrowseAmp sends files whose MIME-types are not specified in mime.ini as application/binary. Firefox is (and browsers other than IE are in general) more strict about such things--it may be rejecting it.
I understand what you're saying, but I don't understand why it's a problem for you and not me. I'm using FF 1.5.0.4 on Win2K. You would think I would have had the same problem?

Clearly this is a BrowseAmp problem--there should be a reasonable set of built-in MIME-types, and you shouldn't have to enable processing of a file to make it work.
Yeah, there seems to be a few of these warts in BA. I think Henry said he was willing to give the source to someone. Would others be interested in contributing fixes and/or enhancements if we setup a sourceforge project? I'd love to see some of my wishlist items implemented.

This is a really slick skin. It's clean and responsive, with a nice design.
Thanks!!

The only problem that I've had is that it doesn't like really large (e.g. 2000+ items) playlists--Firefox's "stop this script" warning pops up, and pressing "Stop" doesn't stop it from popping up again! Since you're using innerHTML to update the playlist, I suppose that the issue must be MochiKit.Sortable.
Yeah, I noticed that too. It was a problem I didn't really think was worth going after since my playlists are not usually that long. If you can come up with a fix I'd be happy to update the skin.

~ Daniel
topic: AjaxAmp  in the forum: Skins
dmiller #2
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What browser are you using? I've only tested it on Firefox 1.5. I know it doesn't work on some older versions of IE (not sure about v6 or 7).

Was the JS parsing hint meant to say you got it working then? Why does that matter? I saw that mime.ini config option but it looked like a global setting (i.e. outside of the skin directory), and I didn't want to require any non-standard configuration outside of the files distributed with the skin.
topic: AjaxAmp  in the forum: Skins
dmiller #3
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Are you sure that you have validated your e-mail when you've registered at the forum?
Ahh, thanks for the tip. I'm pretty sure I clicked on the account activation link in the email, but I just revalidated my account using the user id/validation key and its working now.

The skin is attached.

~ Daniel
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topic: Rich control requests  in the forum: Features request
dmiller #4
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- playlist move commands (moveup/movedn) should accept an optional "offset"
  parameter that causes the the song to be moved by an offset (the default
  offset should be 1 for backward compatability). Examples:

    ?moveup=<#playlist_songid>&offset=3    (move track up 3 spaces)
    ?movedn=<#playlist_songid>&offset=12   (move track down 12 spaces)

- playlist move commands should not rename the current track, instead they
  should move it (is this a bug or an incompatibility with Winamp 2.91?)

- playlist "insert" command should accept an optional "after" parameter that
  would cause the specified track(s) to be inserted after the given songid. If
  not specified, the insert command would use the normal behavior of inserting
  the file or directory after the current track. Example:

    ?insert=<#browser_enc_directoryname>&after=<#playlist_songid>
    (insert the directory after the given playlist songid)
topic: AjaxAmp  in the forum: Skins
dmiller #5
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Ajax Amp - A full-featured skin that uses AJAX for rich, smooth operation. Features include drag-n-drop playlist sorting, volume slider, etc. A readme.txt is included with all the details.

See attached...hrmm...nevermind. Can someone tell me how to attach a file or give me the address of a site to which I might upload this skin?

~ Daniel

P.S. I tried sending this to [email protected] but it bounced (the problem had something to do with email forwarding not being able to find the destination address).
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