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Save custom eq presets #2995

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Save custom eq presets #2995

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@ohel ohel commented Oct 16, 2018

Implements #2389 (saving and loading of custom EQ presets) and makes the UI a bit more user friendly. Should be backwards compatible with old config files (converts them when loading).

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ohel commented Oct 16, 2018

There seems to be some kind of failure in one of the CI jobs, but it looks like some sort of generic Docker error. Edit: now that I looked at it a second time, it's just curl failing to get code coverage results. Any way to retry?

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frestr commented Oct 16, 2018

Yeah, it happens sometimes. I did a rerun for you.

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Thanks for the PR, looks good to me.

The only thing (in addition to my other comment) would be to maybe not allow the empty string as a preset name (the save button can be greyed out if no input is provided).

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@frestr frestr merged commit 0e2eaa1 into quodlibet:master Oct 19, 2018
@ohel ohel deleted the save_custom_eq_presets branch October 19, 2018 06:29
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