@Ryanaran: Have you already been able to play music and can't do it anymore? Sometimes I experienced the same, usually a relog helps.
If a relog doesn't help: which OS du you use? Win or Mac? They have different setups and problems.
Maybe you did not use the correct folder to save your files?
For Mac OS look here: http://lotro-wiki.com/index.php/Mac_...ic_work-around
For Win you can find more information here: http://lotro-wiki.com/index.php/Music
Can't say anything about the /playlist command as i don't use it.
@frickinmuck: sorry, but some things you said are not true. LotRO and ABC Player don't care if its a .txt or an .abc file. They will play it. I still have some songs saved as .txt and they still sound nice
Concerning Songbook: you don't have to relog after making any changes in the music folder. The most important thing is to create a new library via songbook.hta. After that you just have to unload songbook and reload it again. Thats all.
I do it rather often playing music with some friends, getting new files or rearranging them for a special purpose. You can do it while playing music.
[Edit:] Ryanaran, dont type /play songtitle but /play filename ...
For example: your song's title is: Bards Song. File name is BardsSong.txt - you should type /play bardssong
If the file is saved in the correct folder, this should work.
Last edited by Mellana; Jun 25 2014 at 02:40 AM.
Alt-o-holic on two Worlds:
Usually playing on Gwaihir and enjoying Landroval.