Audio PR part 1.5 #3047
`[p]bankset maxbal` can be used to set the maximum bank balance Signed-off-by: Guy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Signed-off-by: guyre <email@example.com>
This is a partial review, I intend to look at and test more parts of this PR.
Shuffle docstring needs to be title case on Bumped and removed an s, added "this"
Use [p]local play
Please display Shuffle-bump settings (true/false) in the response to the user
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Remove extra pipe on top line after "remaining" if the footer will always be 2 lines. Also please remove the extra line return inbetween the two lines.
The removal of "\localtracks" from queueing local tracks with play commands (including bumpplay), which was made in the Lord of Audio PR, should be mentioned in release notes (please correct me if this was mentioned somewhere, I remember us talking about it previously, but I just want the users to be aware)
Example command: [p]bumpplay ENM\501 - Inside The Machine.mp3
Extra space before "Raises" in docstring in playlists.py under deleting a playlist
Was it Black that forced "0 to disable" to a 2nd line on the docstrings for audioset emptypause, audioset emptydisconnect, and audioset vote? I feel like that should be shown to users by default and not have them have to run help specifically on that command to know that. Also audioset maxlength has this descriptor for "0 to disable" and it was not touched... if you were trying to standardize this change.
The formatting for the track display for audioset status needs to be changed: see https://i.imgur.com/zwldslS.png
Why is there an
description=_("You must be in the voice channel pause or resume.") (Line 2615)
…an still use local tracks
[p]local play shows “x local folders” on the folder page, and shows “x local folders” on the track listing page as well. Was expecting “x local tracks” on the track listing embed. Local search returns the correct footer now, “x local tracks”
Using shuffle with no subcommand displays the help for shuffle and also toggles the setting, instead of just toggling it.