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Idea: Delete multiple radios at once
#1
Hi,

It would be truely helpful to be able to delete radio stations from the default bundle, but not one by one, but instead by broadcaster/region/style/... too, or even a selected list, just to quicken the cleaning of it.

Greg
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#2
(03-08-2021, 09:29 AM)gregvds Wrote: Hi,

It would be truely helpful to be able to delete radio stations from the default bundle, but not one by one, but instead by broadcaster/region/style/... too, or even a selected list, just to quicken the cleaning of it.

Greg

Have a look at the script www/command/stationmanager.py in the develop branch of the moOde github repo. As it is now it doesn't support the in-player editing you envision but its export/import capabilities could easily support the kind of parameter specificity you want. Something similar to the existing --type option.

Regards,
Kent
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#3
Hi Kent,

Thanks, I'll go and check the code. python is always a pleasure :-).

In the meantime, I did try and propose a pull request to integrate HiFiBerry DAC2 HD on Moode:develop. I hope I did it right. I created also an issue that I did try to link to the pull request.

I hope I did all this the right way.

Greg
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#4
(03-08-2021, 09:29 AM)gregvds Wrote: Hi,

It would be truely helpful to be able to delete radio stations from the default bundle, but not one by one, but instead by broadcaster/region/style/... too, or even a selected list, just to quicken the cleaning of it.

Greg

I used to spend ages 'cleaning' by deleting, but now I simply mark the only 4 stations that I want to see as 'favourites'. Then in the Radio Manager I set the group method to 'Favourites first' and then hide all of the moOde default stations.

Voila, a clean, uncluttered display in a matter of seconds. And much quicker than deleting.

Regards,
Gary
Pi-4B[1GB] with Allo DigiOne SPDIF

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