Click on EVENTS.
Or click on
Set a event name.
Select the event type.
|Load Track From Category.|
When this appeared in the screen, there are no playlists!
Select on Options: the playlist.
On position you can choose to the Top or Bottom.
|Load M3U Playlist.Opens your explorer screen to select a M3U playlist.|
Select the position.
|Load M3U Playlist By Date Mask.|
Opens your folder lister to select a folder where the M3U list are with the date to play.
You have to set the argument field with the date mask!
M3U name is: 60s80min_2017-07-25.m3u
The date part in the file is 2017-07-25
Date mask is: Y-m-d in the argument field (used separator is - a dash)
Note, this/it must be according to the PHP date().
Set in the argument field:
The php date() is:
d Day of the month, 2 digits with leading zeros 01 to 31
D A textual representation of a day, three letters Mon through Sun
j Day of the month without leading zeros 1 to 31
m Numeric representation of a month, with leading zeros 01 through 12
n Numeric representation of a month, without leading zeros 1 through 12
Y A full numeric representation of a year, 4 digits Examples: 1999 or 2003
y A two digit representation of a year Examples: 99 or 03
Having a deeper understanding explained of programming in php!
Well this is not the intention.
Just a little bit of knowledge is enough, as showed in the list.
How the date mask works.
Also possible is the file name 60s80min (2017-07-25).m3u
The mask will be: (Y-m-d)
|Clear PlaylistIt just clears the playlist.|
To use in combination with other actions.
|Start Playing.Start play, even if a track is playing.|
|Pause.Pause the playing track.|
|Un-Pause.Un-pause the playing track.|
|Stop Playing.Stops the playing track.|
|Enable AutoDJ.Starts the rotation and filling the playlist.|
|Disable AutoDJ.Stops the rotation from filling the playlist.|
|Enable Assisted.Make auto start the next in the playlist.|
|Disable Assisted.Every next track has to start by hand.|
|Load Rotation.Load a rotation.|
|Set Sweeper Category.Set or change a sweeper category.|
|Enable Events Category.Switch on a event category.|
|Disable Events Category.Disable a event category.|
|Pause Events.Pause all event.|
|Mute Input.(Tool tip on button:)|
Switch the button off and can't be use.
Switch the button on and it can be use.
In the argument field:
fill in where and what to run by this application.
|Launch Internet Link.|
Set the path to the internet link.
|Run SQL Query.|
Opens your explorer screen to select a sql query file.
The path is selected.
Showing what qurey to run.
|Seconds To Wait.|
Set the seconds to wait in the argument field.
(just the number.)
|Select Plugin Action.The standard list:|
Select a available plugin.
← ← ← Note, this is the standard list.
When plugins are imported from the Disabled Plugins folder to the Plugins folder.
They are also seen in the list.
It's possible on a plugin you have to set a argument!
Even third party plugins are seen.
(Check on the plugin it's self which argument to use for the plugin.)
To resume the behavioral: (by Marius)
Let's say you set the smart timing event to run exactly at 10.00:00, with a 30 seconds offset value in RadioDJ options.
If the playing track will end between 09:59:30 and 10:00:30, the event will wait for the track to end, otherwise it will run as a normal event at the hour you've set, 10:00:00.
When the smart timing can be used, beside the event name will appear "(Smart Timing)". and the remaining time until the event will be the same as the remaining time of the playing track.
Set a new name.