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Locking Current Visualisation


harshson
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4 minutes ago, harshson said:

Is there any option to select  or lock single visualization. I kind of old school who like a particular visual and it's kind of annoying when it changes every now and then when the track changes.

Yes, you need to tap that symbol in the upper right until it becomes the lock symbol.

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Personally I think it would be easier and more intuitive for users if that control was also duplicated within the Visualisation settings menu. And also the Full Screen/Faded Controls/Disable option. It would be a trivial task to add them, but a lot more logical for an inexperienced user looking for all the visualisation controls in one place. I had actually forgotten about the lock feature and was wondering why I couldn't get random visualisations to show - and if I forget/missed it, I'm sure a lot of regular users will to.

Andre

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On 12/10/2018 at 11:59 AM, djdarko said:

Yes, you need to tap that symbol in the upper right until it becomes the lock symbol.

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Thanks a lot djdarko
Wondering how did i miss that one .....I Guess I thought  it was related to playlist option to shuffle/repeat/Repeat once  settings.

 

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On 12/10/2018 at 2:32 PM, andrewilley said:

Personally I think it would be easier and more intuitive for users if that control was also duplicated within the Visualisation settings menu. And also the Full Screen/Faded Controls/Disable option. It would be a trivial task to add them, but a lot more logical for an inexperienced user looking for all the visualisation controls in one place. I had actually forgotten about the lock feature and was wondering why I couldn't get random visualisations to show - and if I forget/missed it, I'm sure a lot of regular users will to.

Andre

Exactly, that would be helpful.
Moreover its like something to learn, once you know ....you can completely ignore the short comings.But yeah totally agree on your statement "but a lot more logical for an inexperienced user looking for all the visualization controls in one place."

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