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I am using foobar2000 music player. How can display the time elapsed of currently playing song?

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CLick on File -> Preferences.

Expand Display -> Default User Interface. Under status bar add %playback_time_remaining% to whichever position you want.

This is how mine looks:

Foobar

The status bar code:

%codec% | %bitrate% kbps | %samplerate% Hz | %channels% | %playback_time% / [-%playback_time_remaining% / %length%] 
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I tried to use %playback_time% in Display → Default User Interface → Playlist View → Custom columns: it displays '?' sign in playlist. %playback_time_remaining% and %played_length% are not working as well. Foobar 1.1.7. Ideas? –  dma_k Jul 12 '11 at 15:06
    
@dma_k if the length of the song is not available, both will not work. Try for few other songs –  Sathya Jul 12 '11 at 16:11
    
It turned out to be %_length% macro. Damn, it's difficult to find right solution in Google, as each reference lead to different solution, which depends on something I can't understand (FooBar version? module? moon phase?) –  dma_k Aug 8 '11 at 0:23
    
The dynamic values (as playback time) are not available in columns, nor in tray icon notification balloon. –  user97693 Sep 13 '11 at 15:33

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