I love using MusicBee to play my music, however I almost never use anything on the context menu for the taskbar icon.
Play, Stop, Next, Volume, etc. are all handled by media keys on my keyboard. Which is great! No complaints there...
The one thing that'd turn me around completely though, is if it had 'Stop after current' on it.
I would love
to be able to tell MB to stop after the current song without having to open the main window, right click the progress-bar-section-bit, select 'Stop After Current' from there, and re-minimise to system tray (
which admittedly may not be the quickest/easiest way, but is the quickest/easiest way I know, short of finding a global shortcut without any conflicts and remembering it
which I've just uncovered a shorter alternative to while writing this up, which is to create a local shortcut for it, and use that shortcut while the context menu is open. Which works
great, but alas doesn't give me a prompt or feedback, so I'll need to retrain myself the hard way).
Using the main window to do it can get especially painful with two screens, as I can never quite remember which screen it was last open on.
Having 'Stop After Current' just... Be right there in the context menu, would be a vast and much appreciated QoL improvement (for myself and probably others I'd imagine?).
Also as an FYI (also only really noticed during the testing for this writeup), the context menu always appears on my main monitor, regardless of which system tray I triggered it from.
Admittedly I do use DisplayFusion to emulate a system tray on my other monitor (since Microsoft couldn't possibly imagine a need for such an absurd concept as seeing at-a-glance information on the monitor(s) that don't typically have fullscreen applications on them 🙄 ), so I don't necessarily expect that to work flawlessly, and plenty of other applications don't... But many do
, so it's possible at least, and would be a nice to have if/when I can start Stopping After Current with it.