Playlist changer bind
This set of aliases allows the player to switch between several .m3u playlists of ogg vorbis files or even individual ogg vorbis files.
alias list1 "playlist <Path>; alias nlist list2; alias plist list10" alias list2 "playlist <Path>; alias nlist list3; alias plist list1" alias list3 "playlist <Path>; alias nlist list4; alias plist list2" alias list4 "playlist <Path>; alias nlist list5; alias plist list3" alias list5 "playlist <Path>; alias nlist list6; alias plist list4" alias list6 "playmusic <Path>; alias nlist list7; alias plist list5" alias list7 "playmusic <Path>; alias nlist list8; alias plist list6" alias list8 "playmusic <Path>; alias nlist list9; alias plist list7" alias list9 "playmusic <Path>; alias nlist list10; alias plist list8" alias list10 "playmusic <Path>; alias nlist list1; alias plist list9" alias stop "StopMusic" alias nlist "list1" alias plist "list10"
Bind these commands to the keys of your choice:
|stop||Stops the music. Does not allow for pause/play functionality. This function needs to be added by the devs at this point.|
|nlist||Moves to the next playlist or item.|
|plist||Moves to the previous playlist or item.|
|list(1-10)||Replace <Path> with the path of the .m3u or .ogg file. Use the template for the first five lists for a .m3u playlist, and the template for the latter five for individual .ogg files.|
Notes and Tips
- If you want to set a song that is part of Vendetta Online's soundtrack, simply put the name of the song ("serco_battle.ogg" for example) in the place of <Path>. You do not need to put in the full path to the Vendetta folder/bundle if the file can be found there already.
- Considering the above, if you move all your .m3u and .ogg files into the Vendetta directory/bundle, you will only need to use the name of the file for <Path>
- It is suggested that you keep the stop, nlist, and plist buttons bound near to each other for ease of use.
Originally by Miharu, who has also refurbished it for efficiency.