Old 1st May 2011, 10:12   #1
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Is there a reverse queue?

Hello, thanks for stopping by.
I like to listen to my music on random quite a lot and I just recently found out out the queue command, really handy when I want to start my random play list a certain way. Any way, I was wondering if there is anyway to queue items in reverse so that instead of those items being the next to play their set to be the last to play?

And since I'm on the topic (although this might be a feature request) is it possible to remove queued items from the list once they been played automatically so they aren't played twice?

Thanks for your help.
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Old 2nd May 2011, 10:16   #2
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are you talking about the 'q' key feature? if so then the answer is basically no on all points. if using random and you want an explicit order then you need to set the order on all tracks as it was only ever designed to control the next track(s) to play after the currently playing one. additionally it is meant to remove the tracks from the queue once playback of them starts unless you've got other plug-ins installed which are messing around with the handling.

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