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Jeff Allison
2004-03-03, 09:08
> > My question is - Was there a reason the Zap function was diabled?
> > Does using it cause problems?

> The Zap function was never part of the Default skin, and
> should still be part of the Fishbone skin. Delete and Zap
> are two distinctly different functions, both of which are
> fully functional. status_list.html in both of the above
> skins only uses the delete function. The [x] icon in both
> skins is intended to be a delete, while the use of zap in the
> Fishbone skin is ahown by [zap].

Could you tell this clueless n00b what it is that 'zap' does? Or point
me at the description. A button called 'zap' isn't really one I want to
learn about by trying.

Thanks!

- Jeff

> -kdf

kdf
2004-03-03, 10:32
Quoting Jeff Allison <Jeff.Allison (AT) amate (DOT) us>:

> > > My question is - Was there a reason the Zap function was diabled?
> > > Does using it cause problems?
>
> > The Zap function was never part of the Default skin, and
> > should still be part of the Fishbone skin. Delete and Zap
> > are two distinctly different functions, both of which are
> > fully functional. status_list.html in both of the above
> > skins only uses the delete function. The [x] icon in both
> > skins is intended to be a delete, while the use of zap in the
> > Fishbone skin is ahown by [zap].
>
> Could you tell this clueless n00b what it is that 'zap' does? Or point
> me at the description. A button called 'zap' isn't really one I want to
> learn about by trying.

While playing, this function can delete the current song from current playlist,
and copy it into a playlist called zapped.m3u. The intent for this is to create
a playlist of song that you might want to refer to later for fixes, or for a
"preferred songs" playlist.

-kdf