How can I force the plugin to save it`s state from script/batchfile?MVV wrote:2. Maybe I'll do it. Perhaps with file number instead of date because date will be same as file date. In this case it will be easier to load last user state (with max number). BTW, I think thay you may use external script to copy existing list file after closing TC (or before saving) - simple batch will do this task w/o changing in plugin.
3. I mean to parse the *.m3u just like "Temporary Panel" and "Temporary Drive" plugins already do. (better TempPanel like) and to export *.m3u without Excel, 3-4 commands etc. Just another one internal command "mkplaylist" or dummy file like Hacker said. If your plugin could do it, TempPanel or Tempdrive may be safely deleted. They implement the same functionality.
4. How about to implement
and move log[0|1] functionality etc. there?FsExecuteFile is called to execute a file on the plugin's file system, or show its property sheet. It is also called to show a plugin configuration dialog when the user right clicks on the plugin root and chooses 'properties'. The plugin is then called with RemoteName="" and Verb="properties" (requires TC>=5.51).