First off, the reason I did not post this in any of the code banks is because I wrote this in a Macro-Language (But its not only Macro orientated) called AutoIt.
Update as of 11/26/11
- Reduced memory usage
- Shortcuts can now be used. (CTRL+1 for Next Song. CTRL+2 for Previous Song)
- Slicker GUI
- Fixed a bug with first run of program
To first explain, this does not actually create a playlist on YouTube.com. It's just one to make a stand-alone playlist on your PC that you can listen to on YouTube. I wanted to quickly share my "Current" song listings with friends, so I thought this up.
What it does is:
You create a playlist name, and then load that playlist. From there you can add/remove songs and then play the play list.
In the play section you can play, skip or go back on the list.
There are instructions to how to share your playlist with others, its not complicated. You just have to share your .INI.
Here are some screen shots.
Here is the source:
Removed source, it was too long to fit in post. Can send if requested. ~1200 lines of code.
And here is the full version, with the .exe and Help file:
(File scanned with: Virus Total, came up with 1 problem. This is my first time using this website, so I dunno what it means exactly. I've just seen people do it before and figured I should do it to confirm its legit.)
If someone else has any scanning utilities then that would be great.
As a side note, some Firewalls/Anti-Malware detect the .exe as a Trojan. This is due to it needing to connect to YouTube through the program itself, not the usual browser. To read up on this you can visit the AutoIt forums, located at: http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/
And for actual definition of why the AutoIt language has been deemed a virus, read this post from one of the MVP/Developer's
Let me know what you guys think!
Any comments or suggestions or bug reports please, don't hesitate to post!