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    ffwd slow

    is there a way to speed up the ffwd function in me2 ? it does 10secs forward in 1 sec time now, find that kinkd of slow, i all have 70 min mixes on my machine.

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    anybody ?
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    Try changing the repetition speed for your keyboard within the control panel in windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jol
    Try changing the repetition speed for your keyboard within the control panel in windows.
    this will work, only just a little bit. i have a lot of hardstyle mixes and they last average about 90 minutes. you can imagine how long it takes ffwd let's say 30 minutes.

    it would be nice if there is a setting where you can change the amount of secconds for each step of ffwd.

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    I think that a progress bar would be far more usefull then fast forward/rewind buttons. It's much faster to skip right to the middle of a song.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fluffy2097
    I think that a progress bar would be far more usefull then fast forward/rewind buttons. It's much faster to skip right to the middle of a song.
    what if you dont have touchscreen?

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    what about a percentage option? so you could FFWD say 10% of the song? then it would work perfect for all length songs.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Szilagyi
    what if you dont have touchscreen?

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    I honestly hadn't thought of that, but if you have no touch screen there's no need to have fast forward / rewind buttons on the screen anyways. They would have to stay a keyboard shortcut of course.

    I like the 10 % idea, but when you end up with very long songs. 10% can be quite a long time.
    I propose that it would fast-forward 10 seconds at a time through one minute. Then speed up to fast-forwarding 30 seconds at a time and possibly even skipping a whole minute at a time. That way you have fine control of where you can fast forward too, and still let you scan through long songs quickly.

    I want a progress bar too that I can touch and drag about. I like progress bars.
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