Jump to content

Stop at start/end of the list/queue/selection


Recommended Posts


I've just purchased the program and it's great, but what realy annoys me is that - I pick f.ex. from library one artist and select "play all", first song of the list starts to play and when I click previous it jumps to some songs I never selected which are taken from whole library.

I would realy appriciate if I can choose somewhere in settings, that when there's queue or I selected 'play all' - I will only loop through files of the queue or my selection - think this is standart player behavior and I would realy like that option. I don't like making playlists or something - I usally select Artist and play whole discography or just one album. And I would like all gestures and buttons let me move only i my selected range ...

For example if I have several albums from one Artist <<< >>> would jump from album to album and << >> from song to song ...

The selection would cycle if there's repeat all option, and do nothing on start/end of the songs if it isn't.

I hope you understand what I mean and such possibility would realy make your program 100% for me.



P.S.: I hope I didn't miss something in settings what is already there ...

Link to comment
Share on other sites


when you select Play All, the first song from given list is played (Folder, album, artist, etc), pressing << will move to last song of previous list (i.e. previous folder, album, artist, etc.).


Thats exactly what I don't like - because I would like to move only within my selection. Like when I select in my computer some folders and let them play - no other media files are available in music list movement. if it was possible to add some check box of such possibilty in settigns, I would be realy glad. But no big dig deal - as I said your program is great.

Other thing is that >> makes 'next song' and >>> 'next artist' ... how do I list through albums of selected artist? I'm quite lost in possibilities of the program ...

Thanx again

Link to comment
Share on other sites


This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

  • Create New...