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Old 29th November 2009
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I want to add files directly to the BS.Player queue directly from Windows context menu when I right-mouse click on a media file. I know I have to change the settings of the media file types in Windows, but I do not know exactly what is the BS.Player specific command I need to "add to queue".

When installing the BS.Player came from and all set right, but later, when I have installed other programs, it has been misconfigured, and I need to reconfigure it manually.


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The command line to Play files is: c:\program files\webteh\bsplayer\bsplayer.exe %1


What attribute I put in the command line to "add to queue"?.
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I didn't test now, but I think it was and probably is:
C:\program files\webteh\bsplayer\bsplayer.exe "%L" -ADD
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No, didn't work exactly, it play directly the media file, but I want to add to queue to play later.
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Will check further.
What version/build are you presently using?

By the way: do you use the options
Enqueue as default action respectively Enable Windows explorer context menu as available under
(rightclick >) Options > Preferences > General > File types ?
(bottom-right corner of the window)
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I have using the latest version, 2.50 build 1017.

Ok, but I don't want that Enqueue be the default action, Play is the default action and I want to remain it, I want to appear in the explorer context menu (rightclick) this option (add to queue), I will usually dobe click on the file to play, but other times will select several files to add to the queue, without have to open the player manually, and play them later.
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...I don't want that Enqueue be the default action, Play is the default action and I want to remain it, I want to appear in the explorer context menu (rightclick) this option (add to queue) ...
So, what about the option I also mentioned Enable Windows explorer context menu ? Did you select that ?
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Confirm the correct instruction indeed is C:\program files\webteh\bsplayer\bsplayer.exe "%L" -ADD

(Dutch WinXP SP3)

(P.S.: Please note that the instruction for play is
C:\Program Files\Webteh\BSPlayer\bsplayer.exe "%L"
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C:\Program Files\Webteh\BSPlayer\bsplayer.exe "%1")
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Ok, now it works, problem solved. :D

Before did not works it because, despite being well the command line: "%L" -ADD, I neither had set the option "Use DDE" nor DDE fields filled.


Thank you very much to all who have helped me.
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