Things were going pretty well - but I just ran into an issue - I can't seem to find away to force a teaser or tts event to set an entry in the nowplaying.txt file.
Is there any way I can do this?
I'm using playlist names to fire events in OBS.
When the TTS file type is triggered - or the Teaser Filetype is trigger - the color the tracks as they should. However, the contents of the NowPlaying.txt is replaced with empty contents - this only happens with these 2 file type generated playlists.
All my other playlists using music etc add the custom title name.
That doesn't make any sense.
If you have the option to create a custom title for a file type and the user uses it - then it should function as expected.
Is there any way to get these features to write a custom title to the file?
Titles for such items were not sent before the custom file types and custom titles were introduced. In the next version we'll make it send titles for those items, I agree this limitations now doesn't make a lot of sense.