I’ve put up another version of YAPL. It’s getting much better now, and only needs a few more features before I consider it finished.
YAPL is primarily a playlist creator. One of the most annoying aspects of using the Fuze is that firstly, if you want to create truly versatile playlists that can access both drives on the fuze, you need to use MTP mode which generally is a pain to use and requires most users to have some interaction with Windows Media Player. Secondly, the method of creating such a playlist in MSC mode is quite involved and may scare casual computer users off.
MSC mode treats your Fuze as a new drive on your PC, and getting new music on is simply a case of dropping the files in from Windows explorer. It’s better than MTP mode.
So I wrote YAPL, which gets the playlist creating job done with minimum fuss in MSC Mode. Give it a try, and let me know how you get on.
New for this release is drag and drop support internally - you can re-arrange playlists by dragging items around the list, and you can add to it by dragging files from the main file list to the playlist. This took some doing, but seems to work. I’ve also added Fuze auto-detection. It works for me, but I have no idea if it will work for you - so I need feedback on that too. It should just work, but you never know with these things.
Feedback will be nice - let me know what else this thing needs to do.
Message Edited by Dunny on 08-24-2009 02:32 PM