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    Queue button?

    Hey I dont know if you could fit another button on the screen, but how about a queue button. I have friends in my car that always want to queue up the next song on a playlist and it just seems like a good idea. Maybe replace the gamma button? In my library there seems to be a queue-like feature in there but I cant figure out how to get it working right.

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    You meaning a whole button just to say what the next song to play on the current loaded playlist in the media player?

    I don't think that would be used much and there isn't enough buttons to go around...

    they can simply touch the song after the current one is over, listen in track order, listen in non-track order, or listen in random mode...

    One nice feature people don't know about is you can touch the top title where the song scrolls and it is a quick link search into my library...

    you can change your music without ever going back to the media player...

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    Yea thats what i figured but i thought it wouldnt hurt to bring it up because i saw a queue option in the favorites of the "my library" menu.. Just an idea

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    I've sorta hoped for this feature too; just being able to build a quick playlist on the fly, doesn't seem like there's a very simple way to do it. But I haven't tried very hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zerodb View Post
    I've sorta hoped for this feature too; just being able to build a quick playlist on the fly, doesn't seem like there's a very simple way to do it. But I haven't tried very hard.
    you can be in any screen, say navigation, web browser, or the media player... if you click the top title where the header scrolls it will take you straight to the library, and run a search based on the playing artist...

    you can easily click library again and get access to the full library... you then just browse through your albums hitting "+" a few times and hit the checkbox and it starts playing...

    that simple... if you want to quickly listen to one album highlight it and hit the play on the left... if say in navigation you want to add an album, click the top header, hit library again, go into your albums, hit "+", then the checkbox for ok, you will then be right back in navigation...

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    veetid has it right. That is exactly how I do it. Hitting the top header is a blessing, as I run my CF in NAVI mode 100% of the time.
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