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  1. I'm not sure if this is even possible but maybe someone can advise me: When I'm listening to a playlist it would be great if there was a way to advance to next album in the current playlist. Ideally I would like the option to use the >>> key to go to next album rather than to next playlist. Why? Well, my playlists consist of many complete albums (as opposed to a random collection of unrelated tracks) and it would be convenient to occasionally skip to the next album in the currently selected playlist. (Actually I would never want to skip to the next playlist on the fly.) I have tried to research this but my search terms were too generic to provide targeted results. I understand that the more typical content of playlists is unrelated individual tracks and therefore there would be no purpose to the functionality I'm seeking however for some users it would be a valuable feature. Is there some way to configure this option? Thanks for any input Andy
  2. Kpp

    Fwd & Rwd Options

    Please add options for how the forward and rewind functions behave. For example, the ability to set how far ahead or backward in a playing track it jumps when a button is pressed (1 sec, 10 sec, 30 sec, 1 min, 5 min, 10 min, 30 min).
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