Does this read the bookmarks from inside the sql-lite db that MS Edge uses?
So I like to listen to lots of dj mixes and book mark many of them, but I also like to book mark particular tracks within a mix because these are sometimes exclusive white labels that only the DJ has.
Eg when this came out, this a Danny Darko Squid Game remix.
Miss Monique - YearMix 2021 4K [Progressive House /Melodic Techno DJ Mix] - YouTube
Now some kind souls also put up the track listings in the comments so we can see what the tracks are, in order to track down the original whole track from various websites like youtube or some of the more dedictated websites.
So these are tracks and you can see Danny Darko has done a couple of variations of the track, namely a melodic techno mix
Squid Game (Red Light Green Light) - Danny Darko [Melodic Techno Remix] - YouTube
and a slight different less melodic techno mix
Squid Game (Red Light Green Light) (Techno Edit) - YouTube
There’s a huge “black market” if you can call it that, where DJ’s get given tracks that are suited to their style, and these are white labels generally, so they dont always get made public officially for downloading. However I do check back every month or two to have a fresh search, but also sometimes to see if a name has been up for a track, because otherwise they get listed as ID -ID.
This link to a mix which went up a couple days ago has a number of tracks listed as ID - ID to demonstrate what I mean
GUY J b2b GUY MANTZUR at Loveland Festival 2022 - YouTube
and then people will reply in the comments to say what they think it is.
Anyway, my point is, does Dex check back on the webpage for changes and can it also check back on changes made to a comment posted by someone, like the track list being updated?
If not, does it have anything to remind me to check certain webpages, after say a month?
DJ Festivals is such big business now, the creativity is awesome and so are the locations. This one is on my bucket list. Fatboy Slim DJ Set From Snowbombing 2022, Austria - YouTube but I listen to mixes when coding, it helps put me in the zone when coding.
I have hundreds if not thousands of tracks book marked and keeping them organized or attempting to keep them organised is a nightmare, so anything that can make it a little easier, I’m always on the look out for.
Your screen shots are a bit small so its hard to zoom in and see any detail, and it took me a little while to figure out what it actually did.
But it looks interesting so far.