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Azimuth #76
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My #CurrentTrackDirectory is pointing to "c:", and I think it should be "\\kids:". Maybe this is why it does not work for me anymore? It did work before.

I am using "<img src="AlbumArtSmall.jpg?src=<#CurrentTrackDirectory>">".
This post was edited on 2003-05-31, 13:38 by Unknown user.
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Henry (Administrator) #77
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This thread is about cover art: http://browseamp.saxtus.gr/board/index.php...=allmusic&st=15
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This thread is about cover art
Thanks, Henry!

FYI... My cover art does not even work on the machine running BA2 anymore! I just uninstalled and reinstalled BA2, but, there was no change.  :angry:
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Works fine here!
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Azimuth #80
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Good! I'm glad it works for someone!
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Azimuth #81
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Works fine here!
Can you post the generated source of that iframe? Mine is weird, for example...

<img src="AlbumArtSmall.jpg?src=c:\music\Foo Fighters\There Is Nothing Left to Lose">

Is this correct?
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Henry (Administrator) #82
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Here is mine. Note that I added some size information to the img tag to fit the img to the iframe.
<head>
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="11;URL=?refresh">
<link href="ttbase.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
</head>
<body link="#000000" vlink="#000000" alink="#000000" leftmargin="0" topmargin="0" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0">

<img src="front.jpg?src=F:\MP3\Linkin Park - Meteora" width="136" height="106">

</body>
This post was edited on 2003-06-01, 07:01 by Unknown user.
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Azimuth #83
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Okay, the stars must have aligned... My album art works again!  :huh:
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Update! Added base skin's playlist functionality (search, select all, invert, etc). I didn't think I'd use it, but, I needed to!
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Azimuth #85
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Aaron said...
I'm not sure how they got there but in the Annie Lennox folder I have 5 JPGs in this format:
AlbumArt_{9843F6D5-3B60-4B09-816D-9362A85A5400}_Large.jpg
AlbumArt_{9843F6D5-3B60-4B09-816D-9362A85A5400}_Small.jpg
AlbumArtSmall.jpg

There are two _Large & _Small, one for each album... but only one AlbumArtSmall.jpg?
I just upgraded to Windows MediaPlayer 9 and also have these types of filenames! They are in my music folder root, and seem to be for music I have not filed in the Media Player method, though.
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Hi guys, ni work!

  There seems to be an issue with quote characters (") in song names breaking with the printvalue calls (here as extracted from my current playlist):

<script language="JavaScript" type="text/JavaScript">
   printValue("Antonin Dvorák - Symphony No 9 "From the New World" - Molto vivace");
</script>

As a result, nothing shows up in the list.

Can this be fixed?

Thanks!
FP
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Henry (Administrator) #87
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"s are a pain in the ass. Because JavaScript uses either " or ' to define strings.
If you write them inside a string the whole thing doesn't work at all 'cause JS misinterprets the string => errormessage + no output.

You'd better use ' in your song names or change the JavaScript call to:
printValue('Antonin Dvorák - Symphony No 9 "From the New World" - Molto vivace');
Just not the same as content and definition.  ;)
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Maybe a clue for my album art problem...

It broke again! I noticed that the properties of one of the images was...
http://kids:8088/albumartsmall.jpg?src=c:\music\Collective Soul\Dosage
When I entered this into IE, I got a blank page, but, right clicking and selecting properties shows that this is a 43 byte GIF image (clearpixel.gif)!
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Henry (Administrator) #89
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Ok, two things are required to see album art:
1) The file must be somewhere in/below root directory. To prevent abuse. Without that you could also write http://kids:8088/autoexec.bat?src=c: :thumbdown:
2) The file must exist in the given dir

If these two things are not accomplished you get the clearpixel.gif as a placeholder to keep up the page design.
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Those two conditions are met and it still does not work! :blink: Today, at least...

Any tips at all on things to check or keep an eye out for?  :huh:
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