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  • 9. Mai 2017 at 23:06 #28771

    Well, the password is definitely not ‚raspberry‘ for anything I try to use in the GUI, so… when you say „it’s still the same“ I’m not sure what you mean.
    I deactivated the PluginBuilder plugin from the Plugin Configuration section of the Settings/Reboot page, then saved, restarted it, and reactivated it, and I’m still having the same issue. There’s still nothing in the dropdown in the plugin list in PluginBuilder. It doesn’t show anything already created by me, or even after making a new plugin.
    I also tried reinstalling it in the Plugin Configuration settings by using the URL (http://shop.max2play.com/media/downloadable/currentversion/pluginbuilder.tar), and it still has the same issue.

    1. Mai 2017 at 19:18 #28641

    I completely agree. I might actually pay for live support if there was any documentation to begin with. At least there is documentation for creating a web server in raspbian/ubuntu, as well as documentation for these individual plugins, in most cases, but I got max2play in order for it to be a shortcut to what I was wanting to do, and I know it has the potential to work brilliantly. The plugin I’m wanting to build should be very easy as well, and I’ve also paid for the license, but other than giving me VNC access, I can’t see how it’s made any real difference, as I still can’t access the files within the OS.
    Guess I’ll just have to build what I want or find an alternative.

    8. April 2017 at 9:23 #28033

    I’m actually looking for something similar, just a way to fade in and out the music, but possibly simpler than that.
    I’m new to coding, and I’d mostly just like to know if there’s a way to tell the squeezebox server to fade in and out (assuming the other squeezelite players will have volume synced, which I have found the setting for). Then, I can figure out the coding for delay time between volume levels to turn it up and down.
    The only thing I’ve found so far is by digging through the javascript from the server’s web interface, I’ve found:

    SqueezeJS.Strings['volumeup'] = "Louder";
    
    SqueezeJS.Strings['volumedown'] = "Softer";

    Although I’m just not sure how to implement this as code, or how to basically „send“ commands to the Squeezebox server.
    I feel like this is probably a dumb question for any developer, but it’s over my head.

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