Author Topic: An option to change "Queue Next" to behave differently  (Read 1568 times)

Sigma

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Currently, "Queue Next" works like this: -

Let's say you have 3 tracks in the "Now Playing" list and track 2 is playing. If you pick a track from your library and choose "Queue Next" and be queued in the number 3 slot, however, if you pick another track and choose "Queue Next" it would by placed in the number 4 slot and so on. It's not literally being queued next.

So, I would like to see the option to always have the selected track literally be queued next, as I would absolutely switch to that and never switch back if I could.


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Do you have shuffle on? Queue Next behaves as you describe for me, but I don't have shuffle on. I use auto-dj which means tracks are already shuffled
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Let's say you have 3 tracks in the "Now Playing" list and track 2 is playing. If you pick a track from your library and choose "Queue Next" and be queued in the number 3 slot, however, if you pick another track and choose "Queue Next" it would by placed in the number 4 slot and so on. It's not literally being queued next.
I understand what your saying here but, it is literally being queued next.  As you've already asked MB to queue up one track next (slot #3) and it hasn't had the chance to play yet, MB slots your next selection into the next available 'to play' slot ie; slot #4
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Sigma

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If it was literally being queued next, then the song you're queueing would always be placed after the track that's currently playing, pushing everything else down a place.