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    [Announce] LMS Playlist Editor

    Features

    • Web-based editing of local playlists
    • Access / search the LMS music library, quickly add/remove/move tracks to/from/in the playlist using drag & drop
    • Custom search combining various criteria
    • Filters for drag & drop operations
    • Implemented as a LMS plugin

    Installation
    This plugin depends on the extGUI4LMS plugin, which can be installed using Logitech Media Server's Extension Downloader. You should find it in the LMS standard web interface (Settings/Plugins/Other 3rd party plugins).
    Then, on the same page (LMS standard web interface/Settings/Plugins), add
    Code:
    https://www.nexus0.net/pub/sw/lmsplaylisteditor/repo.xml
    to the list of Additional Repositories and activate the plugin (Note: if adding the plugin repository to LMS doesn't work, make sure your LMS installation is SSL-enabled).
    You'll find an entry in the Extras menu, which is just a link (yourlmsserver:9000/plugins/LMSplaylistEditor/html/index.html), so you can bookmark it - it doesn't have to be launched from the regular web interface.

    More information on the homepage.

  2. #2
    Want to try this but am running into problems installing the extGUI4LMS plugin (which I will detail on that thread) but there could be an additional issue with this as I don't know how to check if my LMS installation is SSL-enabled and if it isn't, how do I enable it so it is? Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SangSomBucket View Post
    there could be an additional issue with this as I don't know how to check if my LMS installation is SSL-enabled and if it isn't, how do I enable it so it is?
    What platform / OS is LMS installed on?

  4. #4
    Apologies - should have included that information in my previous post.
    LMS is on a ReadyNAS running 6.9.1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SangSomBucket View Post
    LMS is on a ReadyNAS running 6.9.1.
    In this case, you'll have to install the perl modules Net::SSLeay and IO:Socket:SSL
    Supposedly, this is how to do it.

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