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Contextmenue-Item: Add to current Playlist
Fellnase
post Oct 31 2012, 17:54
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Hello!

I'm new in this forum, so I hope this is the right subforum for my problem.

Iím using Foobar2000 V1.1.15. I have a problem when I want to select several tracks to play when I using Library -> Album List. Because Iím visual handicapped I canít use the mouse to select several tracks while holding pressed the CTRL-key. So I have todo this by keyboard commands.

So I navigate through the tree view until I have reached a track I want to add to a playlist. Then I press Shfit+Enter to add the track to the current playlist. When I do this the track is added twice into the playlist view.

When I now move to another track and press Shift+Enter again, The new selected track is put into the playlist, but the first selected track is removed.

Do I something wrong or is this behaviour of Foobar2000 wrong?

Thanks
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Daeron
post Oct 31 2012, 18:30
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By default, the items(s) you highlight in a library viewer (such as Album list) will be reflected in a playlist called 'Library viewer selection' (which you will automatically switch to and mark as current). Whenever something else is highlighted, the previous contents will be overwritten with the new track(s). You can turn this behavior off by going to Preferences/Media Library and unchecking the two boxes at the bottom.

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Fellnase
post Oct 31 2012, 21:47
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Thanks a lot. This solved my problem.
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