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    You can not select a folder and have MC play all songs in it?

    I am using v1.4 of MC. Too bad you can not highlight a folder (AC/DC for example), select it, and have it play everything in that folder, including all songs in sub folders. Just think, you could play ALL SONGS by AC/DC just by selecting the parent folder.

    It is quite arkward to have to select the artist, THEN album, THEN a song just to get something playing. It would be much easyer (and safer while driving) to just have to select the artist OR album.
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    You can with MC v1.7 and onwards, if i remember correctly

    You're waaaay out of date with v1.4, we're on v1.8.5.2 now


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    Quote Originally Posted by -al-
    I am using v1.4 of MC. Too bad you can not highlight a folder (AC/DC for example), select it, and have it play everything in that folder, including all songs in sub folders. Just think, you could play ALL SONGS by AC/DC just by selecting the parent folder.

    It is quite arkward to have to select the artist, THEN album, THEN a song just to get something playing. It would be much easyer (and safer while driving) to just have to select the artist OR album.
    I thought you'd always been able to select a folder of songs!?!

    Edit: Oooops, sorry! Missed the bit about sub-folders! Yeah, that came later.

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    Doesn't "SELECT+" do this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StratusPh34r
    Doesn't "SELECT+" do this?
    Yeah, but Select+ wasn't in the early versions!

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