Author Topic: Persistent Queue  (Read 1722 times)

jenningsthecat

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Persistent Queue
« on: December 31, 2015, 11:16:37 »
Is there ANY way to stop songs from being dropped out of the queue after they have played? I often want to go back and play a song or songs again. Also, I may want to create a playlist, but I only know that after I've listened to a song lineup and decided that I like it. In short, I never want a song to disappear from the queue unless I specifically remove it.

Thanks!

olskool

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Re: Persistent Queue
« Reply #1 on: September 01, 2016, 06:53:06 »
First of all thanks for a great music manager in Linux!!! it's one of the few things missing in Linux that was keeping me from dumping that other OS.

I too would like to have a "Persistent Queue." As jenningsthecat said after a "jam session" you never know what you might wanna do with that play list... save replay or what. please add that feature.

publicradio

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Re: Persistent Queue
« Reply #2 on: March 27, 2018, 19:41:04 »
I have wanted this functionality as well. However, there is a context menu entry in the main browser called 'play only selected'. I have bound this to a hotkey, ctrl+p. So when I filter down to what I want, I hist control+P and I can now navigate through songs from the browser.

If I skip down to something else, then go back one song, it will go to the previous song in the browser list, not the previous song actually played. This is how I achieve a 'persistent' queue -- although it uses the playlist instead.