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 on: August 02, 2017, 03:15:13 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by PeterSt
Hi there Alan,

The 70cm as well as the 100cm are 200 euros (ex shipping and VAT if you'd be liable to that).
150cm is 225 euros.
You can also look in the first post if you want.

I will send you an email soon.
Thank you !

 on: August 02, 2017, 02:23:42 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by Zorro
Hi Peter,

I would like to place an order for one 0.7m cable. Could you also advise as to how much is the 1m cable? Thanks


 on: August 02, 2017, 07:41:37 am 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by hifial
Peter, I am interested in a 1 meter Lush USB cable. Could you please let me know what I need to do.

Thank you, Al.

 on: August 02, 2017, 01:07:22 am 
Started by charliemb - Last post by charliemb

 on: August 01, 2017, 06:45:45 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by Reiko2016
I too am coming from CA and would like the .7 length please Wink


 on: August 01, 2017, 09:03:47 am 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by Gatoa
Please can you send me a Lush USB cable: 1,5m?

Kind regards

 on: July 30, 2017, 11:23:43 am 
Started by charliemb - Last post by PeterSt

The majority of functions required for this - and so you can do all what's desired - only emerged way beyond the 2.01 you used.
Today it should be fairly complete because I don't recall having changed anything regarding this in the due 2.08. Maybe 2.07 also not any more.

We must also be carful about "nomenclature" by now, because the short keys changed.
AutoHotKeys (Remote Commands) Listing.
... And as it turns out, I don't even know them by heard any more because I always use the XXOSK.exe and use the remote + tap the shortcuts in there. Anyway :

What you can see in the link is that Alt-c has been deprecated and its major reason was that tracks could mix up with full albums. So this is explicitly dealt with in one of the  releasnote pages to the later versions. So if you have problems regarding that, it is justified (but I don't recall it to be a big deal, only confusing).

Anyway, what you are looking for is Alt-z, which puts to (the by you set) "Demo" Gallery. Change the relevant field from what you currently use for Show or IOW Alt-w.
The specialy of Show is that it can be dynamically changed (while using the remote). No "Show" is the same ... (or whatver reason you have yourself).
Alt-h copies to Nice Stuff and that is now always the whole Album.

Also notice Ctrl-Alt-h and Ctrl-Alt-z.
Or Ctrl-Alt-r - also crucial.

I hope this helps you a little ...

 on: July 30, 2017, 09:42:45 am 
Started by charliemb - Last post by PeterSt
Aha, so all is fine with that Copy To field.
But the story with it is very different :

This field is for using RAM Disks and where the *base* settings file is stored. This is the one and only PresetLoader.XXSI file and is unrelated to what ends up in \XXData\ as backup and where you can restore from.

Side note and watch out : Which always ends up in there, also for a new XXHighEnd version in another dedicated folder (for the .exe etc.). SO this is a matter of knowing from of which date you started using the new XXHighEnd version, so you'd know which to (not) restore from (if ever necessary).

So these "base" settings are one file only and when working from RAM, which would be Drive A: or whatever but usually not C:, this tells where to copy that PresetLoader.XXSI file to when XXHighEnd is shut down. Now the settings are preserved in non-volatile memory (and also in RAM via the normal route which writes the .XXSI file in there).

This is not all, because the same field is also used when the RAM-OS Disk is used, which boots the OS from RAM and in which situation you'll see C: again for the boot disk, but which is really RAM. In that case the reference should always be (in your example) :
where the X: drive is mounted when you order to save the Settings to permanent storage, and where your Disk and OS Volume now resides on drive X:. So same mechanism but very different application.

And Charlie, your application is "nothing" unless you use the normal RAM Disk. Then the proper filling of the field is obligatory. And it looks fine as it is.


 on: July 29, 2017, 03:02:18 pm 
Started by charliemb - Last post by charliemb
1. How do I move all contents of my Nice Stuff gallery to the Show gallery?

Charlie, only with trickery I would not even be able to accomplish myself.
So say it can't.

The need for this arises because I'm interested in individual tracks, not whole albums, and my understanding is that individual tracks are handled in the Show gallery.

Re deleting duplicates...
Just delete it. Notice that under RightClick on the Library Item, there's a "More Gallery functions" option near the bottom in the context menu, and there reside the functions you seek for.

I believe I tried that and it didn't work, as tested in the past by clearing and reloading and when I reloaded, duplicates appeared regardless.  Now maybe that was a cache issue or something like I needed to exit and restart xxHE.  I will have to reconfirm.

The situation for 2 is that if I like a track I hit Alt-c.  But it turns out I do that multiple times over the course of years because I can't remember whether or not I've hit alt-c before.  So I end up with unwanted duplicates.

No, that is not how it works (or indeed you'll get mad). So I am afraid you already "manipulated" outside of XXHighEnd's functions, like copying Gallery folders or renaming them etc. etc. via Explorer.
Say that it is another subject how to get this right again. This too will be quite impossible, depending on the damaga done. Anyway ...

I never copied Gallery folders, nor renamed them, nor moved them.  However, because rightClick functions were not working, I did try to use explorer to delete some.  But that didn't work because apparently, a duplicate Gallery metadata item is also placed in the "real" folder and from that it appears that the Gallery "repairs" itself.  [Frankly I don't like the idea that the real folder is littered with these Gallery files.  I'd prefer you create a folder and within that litter all you want, preferably a hidden folder.  Even more preferred would be,  don't touch the real folders at all, or at least have an option for that.]

The real / original folders and data and their locations on the disk have always been the same and have never changed.  Yet,  the filenames of the metadata files in the Galleries for these duplicates are indeed a little bit different.   That's a cliue.  Perhaps different versions of xxHE used different naming schemes?

 on: July 29, 2017, 02:30:30 pm 
Started by charliemb - Last post by charliemb
I conclude then, that really I should be keeping my settings in separate folders for each version.  That way the daily stuff gets put in the right place.

c:\xxHighend\2.07 indeed does exist.  That's where the .exe is.  Maybe that's where I should put the settings after all.

Regarding the blip at the initial rendering of the progress bar,  I tested 2.01 and it is in there too.


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