Disable Album Art In Moonshell 2?

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Apr 1, 2010
  1. rockstar99
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    How do I do it?
     
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    I believe it is in the GUI/Audio Settings...The jacket images option. I'm not totally sure (hate album art too, so I always took it out).
     
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    Nope nothing there
     
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    jacket image option is only available @ v2.10 . which disables album art on the music file.
     
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    Provided you are using 2.10. Go GUI/Audio Settings and change it to Filelist. Scroll down and you will see that jacket image option.
    Alternatively use something like mp3tag and take out all the album arts. [​IMG]
     
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    It looks like it is in the moonshl2.ini in the "FileList" section. (I downloaded an older version just now)
     
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    What is it but is it Car Supply Mode? [​IMG]
     
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    [FileList]
    ; The mode for the car accessory is made effective. 0= Normal, 1= For car.
    CarSupplyMode=0
    ; When the L/R button is pushed, simple help is displayed. 0= Hide, 1= Show.
    ShowOnlineHelp_LRButton=1
    ; An upper and lower screen is replaced. 0= Normal, 1= Swapped.
    SwapTopBottomDisplay=0
    ; Comes off the folder with B button. 0= Music stop, 1= Folder up.
    BButtonToFolderUp=0
    ; When the START button is pushed long, it deletes a file. The execution button is simplified. 0= L+R+A buttons, 1= X+A buttons.
    EasyDeleteKey=0
    ; The EXIF thumbnail image is iconized. 0= Unused, 1= Used.
    UseJpegExifThumbnail=1
    ; The screen saver is used. 0= Unused, 1= Used.
    EnabledScreenSaver=1
    ; The cover image is used. for jacket.bmp and MP3/M4A art-works. 0= Unused, 1= Used.
    ShowCoverImage=1 -> 0

    ; Power off timer. The power supply shuts down when there is no input during specified time. 0= Disabled.
    PowerOffTimerWhileNoInput=3600

    BTW I can't tell if you are just being stupid on April Fools Day. Especially because that sentence makes no sense to me.
     
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    I dont have teh last 3 options in my .ini
     
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    Which moonshell version are you using? That part of the moonshell2.ini I posted is from moonshell 2.09.
     
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    In moonshell 2.10, some options have moved from the .ini to the settings menu.

    What is the car supply-mode?
     
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    I'm still none the wiser [​IMG]
    I THINK what it does is change the way the buttons work since normal Moonshell use is:
    • R Double Tap+Hold: Seek Forward (1% )
      L Double Tap then Hold: Seek Backward (1% )
      R Triple Tap: Standby Mode
      R Double Tap: Next Track
    (there's no 'standard' Moonshell keys for 'Mute')
     

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