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I would like to have a Dynamic Text Widget retrieve the current track info when it is selected from my Overlay... I can do it from my main template but I can't figure out how to do it from my "music selector " template. I would like when I select "Listen" for the Dynamic Text widget to change to that Artist and track info. I thought it might work with a GVar and created one called Artist and another called Track but I can't get it to work.
tia,
Ron
You would use a Media Text widget for that, unless I'm misunderstanding what you mean.
I have multiple CQC Audio Players but on my main template I have space for one window containing the Artist and track info. This is selected from the 4 buttons on the window frame.
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What I would like to also be able to do is....

When I have my music selector Template loaded and if I select listen... hae the window on the main template update to show what I have now selected.
[Image: MusicSelectorwithV.jpg]

and have it change to this if #2 was Chosen...
[Image: MusicSelectorwithV2.jpg]

you see how I have selected to have #2 Artist, track and "Now Playing 2" shown... (this was done by pushing the #2 button but I would like it to have it selected When I push the "Join" button in image #2 without having to push the #2 button).
Tia,
Ron
It would mainly just require the ability to have a SetPlayer() command on the media widgets so that you could change which player it's looking at. That's not very hard to do so I'll try to get that done here soon. It's enough of a bang for the buck and easy that it's worth going ahead and doing.
Dean Roddey Wrote:It would mainly just require the ability to have a SetPlayer() command on the media widgets so that you could change which player it's looking at. That's not very hard to do so I'll try to get that done here soon. It's enough of a bang for the buck and easy that it's worth going ahead and doing.
Thanks Dean:-)