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Joined: 2018-01-08
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Hi,

Is there a way to create playlists? Right now, I can only play one album at a time. Am I missing something?

Also, when I click on an artist's folder with several albums, the window on the right does not populate with songs. I have to click on each individual album for a a list of songs to populate.

-Mashtarla


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Liqube Audio
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Hi,

you can ALT-click a folder (or right click and select 'Scan subfolders') to show files for all subfolders. Playlists are planned for one of the next minor updates.


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Splendid! Thank you for your hard work. You've got quite a gem in the works here! I must have tried over 25 different players since 1995. This one is a keeper :)


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Liqube Audio
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mashtarla wrote:
Splendid! Thank you for your hard work. You've got quite a gem in the works here! I must have tried over 25 different players since 1995. This one is a keeper :)

Thanks :D



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